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25 Từ Vựng Chủ Đề "Education"

23/10/2021 22:36:05

Chào các bạn, chủ đề EDUCATION là chủ đề phổ biến trong các bài thi IELTS Speaking. Để giúp các bạn chuẩn bị tốt cho bài thi, IELTS THẦY MẠNH (GM EDU) đã tổng hợp và biên soạn 25 từ vựng hay cho chủ đề này để giới thiệu đến các bạn. Ngoài ra, chúng tôi cũng trích dẫn một số ví dụ cụ thể trong bài thi, giúp các bạn tham khảo.

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TỪ VỰNG HAY CHO CHỦ ĐỀ EDUCATION.

  • to attend classes: to go to classes (đi học)
  • bachelor’s degree: an undergraduate course which usually lasts 3-4 years (bằng cử nhân)
  • boarding school: a school where pupils live during term time (trường nội trú)
  • distance learning: a way of studying where tuition is carried out over the Internet or by post (học từ xa)
  • face-to-face classes: as opposed to distance learning the traditional way of studying in a classroom with colleagues and a teacher (học trực tiếp với giáo viên/ giảng viên)
  • to fall behind with your studies: to progress less quickly than others (học chậm hơn bạn cùng lớp/ khóa)
  • to give feedback: to offer guidance on a student’s work (phản hồi)
  • a graduation ceremony: an event where a successful student receives his or her academic degree (lễ tốt nghiệp)
  • higher education: education, usually in a college or university, that is followed after high school or secondary school (học cao đẳng/ đại học)
  • an intensive course: a course that offers lots of training in order to reach a goal in as short a time as possible (khóa học tập trung/ học nhiều)
  • to keep up with your studies: to not fall behind (đuổi kịp chương trình)
  • to learn something by heart: to memorize it (học thuộc lòng)
  • a mature student: a student who is older than average and who has usually returned to education after a period at work (sinh viên đã trưởng thành – chỉ người từng đi làm trước khi trở lại học đại học)
  • master’s degree: a period of study which often follows the completion of a bachelor’s degree or is undertaken by someone regarded as capable of a higher-level academic course (bằng cao học/ thạc sĩ)
  • to meet a deadline: to finish a job or task in the time allowed or agreed (hoàn thành đúng hạn)
  • to play truant: to stay away from classes without permission (cúp học/ trốn học)
  • private language school: an independent school run as a business concern (trường tư)
  • public schools: exclusive independent schools in the UK (trường công)
  • a single-sex school: a school where only boys or girls attend (as opposed to a mixed-sex school) (trường chỉ có nam sinh hoặc nữ sinh học riêng biệt)
  • to sit an exam: to take an exam (dự thi)
  • state school: a school paid for by public funds and available to the general public (trường công lập)
  • subject specialist: a teacher who has a great deal of knowledge about the subject they teach (giáo viên chuyên ngành)
  • to take a year out: to spend a year working or travelling before starting university (nghỉ 1 năm)
  • tuition fees: the money paid for a course of study (học phí)/ school fees/ school tuition
  • to work your way through university: to have a paid job whilst studying to support yourself financially (làm việc bán thời gian để tự trang trải trong quá trình học)

Sample test

Part 1-style questions

Examiner: Are you studying English at a school?
Candidate: Yes … I’m taking an intensive course at a local private language school … I attend classes three times a week …

Examiner: Would you say you are a good student?
Candidate: I’m OK I think … I’m pretty good at meeting deadlines and I’m keeping up with my studies… plus I find it quite easy to learn things by heart which is useful when learning a language  …

Examiner: When you were younger did you enjoy your time at school?

Candidate: Yes … I liked school … it was an ordinary state school … nothing special … a single-sex school … which I’m not sure I liked … but the teachers were great … I had lots of friends and I never played truant like some pupils there.

Part 2- style task

Describe a time during your education that you really enjoyed. You should say:

  • when this period was
  • where you were
  • what you were studying at the time

and say why you were so happy.

Candidate:  I’d like to tell you about my time at university … I was a mature student … I didn’t go to university until I was 25 … and it was my first time away from my parents so it was very exciting … I was doing a Bachelor’s Degree and it was a bit of a challenge … some people take a year out, but I’d been away from education for 8 years. In addition, I had to work my way through university; therefore, I was very busy. and sitting exams at the end of each year was a new experience for me as well. However, I really enjoyed higher education  learning about a subject I loved … history … and the social life was great as well … I don’t think I’ve ever had so many friends … I had my graduation ceremony last year in the local cathedral and I know my parents were really proud … so yes … that was a really happy time … I’m thinking of doing a Master’s Degree soon … though that might be through distance learning as I have a full-time job now …

Part 3-style questions

Examiner: What qualities do you think a good teacher has?
Candidate: They should be patient … they should be subject specialists and be able to explain the subject clearly … they should give feedback quickly … for example, not hang on to essay for ages like some of my teachers …

Examiner: What are the advantages of studying on a distance learning course?
Candidate: It’s a more flexible way of studying especially if you have a job … tuition fees are usually cheaper … but you have to be very motivated … and I would imagine more people fall behind with their studies compared to  face-to-face classes …

Examiner: Do all children get equal opportunities in education?
Candidate: In my country I think it is quite equal but in the UK I’ve heard that most people who go to the top universities have studied at public schools … you have to be very rich to study in a school like that  … they’re usually boarding schools as well so the fees are enormous …

 

Questions to practice

Part 1: general questions

  1. Where (did/do) you study high school?
  2. Can you remember how many subjects you (had/have) to study then?
  3. Which subject (were/are) you good at? Or bad at?
  4. Which subject (did/do) you like best? Why?
  5. What foreign language (did/do) you study as a second language at school?
  6. (Did/do) you have any difficulties studying this language? So what?
  7. What do you think (was/is) the most difficult skill to practice? Why?
  8. Did/do you always communicate in English when you (were/are) in high school?
  9. (Was/is) your high school a big or small one?
  10. Which type of school (was/is) it, a boarding school or half-boarding school? a private school or a state school?
  11. What (did/do) you like best about your high school?
  12. What (did/do) you dislike about it?
  13. Is it common for Vietnamese students/ employees to take a gap year from school or work?
  14. What would you do provided that you had a year off from school/ work now?
  15. What are benefits that a gap year may bring to students/ employees?
  16. Does it have any drawbacks? So what?

Part 2:  Describe a good teacher that you used to study with.

You should say:

  • Who he/she was
  • How he/she looked like
  • Why you think he/she was a good teacher
  • and say if you are still in touch with him/her

Part 3: Discussion questions

  1. What qualities do you think a good teacher should have?
  2. Do all children get equal opportunities in education in Vietnam?
  3. What are the advantages of studying on a distance learning course?

 

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