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GRE写作训练方法思路

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提高写作能力也非一日可成。而许多考生虽然投入了不少时间精力进行复习却无法获得有效的能力和得分提升。下面小编就和大家分享GRE写作训练方法思路,来欣赏一下吧。

GRE写作训练方法思路

明确GRE作文要求套路

GRE写作有两篇议论性文章的写作要求,而每篇文章的写作时间只有30分钟,这就决定了其难度并不低,考生必须在极短时间内完成从审题、构思到写好文章的整个过程。而具体文章应该分几段,每段写什么内容;大作文应该怎么布局,内容和语言何者为重。这些都是考生必须掌握的基本要素。换句话说,就是掌握作文怎么写的问题。大家首先要具有明确的思路和流程步骤,拿到题目花几分钟理解,几分钟列提纲,文章大致分成几个段落,这些都需要做到充分熟练,拿到题目就能立即开动,如果太过随心所欲,考试时间很可能会捉襟见肘,最后得分自然不会太理想。

重点写好首尾段并注意检查

希望大家能够留下哪怕是两分钟的时间来检查。首先要检查拼写,虽然GRE作文没有托福语言要求那么严格,但也不意味着有十来个拼写错误也能得满分。还要看看语法,有没有代词指代不清,主谓不一致,单复数问题,时态错误,或者第三人称单数没加s等情况。还有语言风格,尽管有时候符合语法,但有没有不严密的地方,或者过于口语化的地方,看看能不能用更加书面化的词汇加以替换。两分钟扫描是最理想的。明显的错误可以改过来,不明显的错误阅卷人也未必能看出来。另外,要注意行文时文章是否有足够的转承连接词,以显示文章的连贯性。要格外注意开头段、结尾段和每一段的第一句话,切实做到“金玉其外”----在这些最敏感的地方,把最高的水平展现给阅卷人。当然,如果真的没实力,那么宁可不出彩,也不要出错。

参考高分范文学习精华写法

考生在写作来备考要大量学习参考高分满分范文。请注意,就算你的作文心理预期得分只有4分,你在范文选择上也必须看最好的文章。因为范文本来就是用来借鉴的,一定要保质保量。此外,学习范文比起单纯的学习一些抽象的写作理论来要更为实际具体,通过分析范文中的亮点,考生的写作能力和语言积累能够得到迅速地提高。

积累实际写作经验提升熟练度

写作需要自己动手,看再多的范文也不如自己亲手写一篇。很多时候考生面临的不是没有思路,而是有了思路却无法圆转自如地通过写作表达出来。自己亲手写文章,能够帮助考生发现很多原本不知道的问题。打字速度、拼写错误、遣词造句,这些因为基础而常常受到忽视的写作细节,往往只有通过动笔练习才能发现。而比起上了考场才发现各种疏漏,通过考前的练习就找到问题并加以解决才是上策,也是备考需要做好的工作。

GRE写作高分范文:批判性思维

GRE写作范文:

Too much time, money, and energy are spent developing new and more elaborate technology. Society should instead focus on maximizing the use of existing technology for the immediate benefit of its citizens.

I must say that I reject this statement. While it is true that we need to support society as much as possible with current technology, that does not in any way mean that we should stop progressing simply because our current technology cannot handle all the problems we have brought to it. Does that mean that we should simply accept the status quo and make do? No, I don’t think so. To do so would be tantamount to adopting a fatalistic approach; I think most people would reject that.

Technology has helped, and it has hurt. Without it, we would never have our standard of living, nor quality of nutrition, expectation of a long and productive life span, and the unshakable belief that our lives can be made even better. But it has also brought us universal pollution, weapons so powerful as to be capable of rendering us extinct, and the consequent fear for our survival as species and as a planet. Technology is indeed a double-edged sword. And yet, I still have to argue in its favor, because without it, we have no hope.

Some might argue that we would be better off without technology. They might say that a return to a less technologically driven approach to life would have the benefits of reducing stress and allowing us to live simpler, happier lives, like those of our forebears. Such an idea is seductive, so much so that much of art and all of nostalgia are devoted to it. But upon closer inspection, one realizes that such a move would only return us to a life of different kinds of stress, one of false simplicity, one fraught with danger. It would be a life

without antibiotics where a minor cut could prove deadly. It would be a life where childbirth is the main killer of women, and where an emergency is dealt with in terms of hours and days instead of minutes and hours; a life where there are no phones or cars or planes or central heating, no proven drug therapies to treat mental illness, no computers. Would this world really make people happy?

What we already have, we have. And since the only way to move is forward, instead of allowing ourselves to be paralyzed by fear and worry, we need to learn how to clean up the pollution we have caused, and how to deal with a world that feeds on weapons and mass destruction. Doing these things means having to move away from technology into a more difficult realm, that of diplomacy and compromise: to move from the bully stance of “I am bigger and better and I have more toys and so I win” to a place where everyone wins.

Technology is the thing that will allow people to do that. But, advanced as it is, it is still in its infancy. We have to allow it to grow up and mature in order to reap the real rewards that it can bring. And there are even greater rewards ahead of us than what the world has already experienced. When technology is pushed to the outer edge, that is where serendipitous discoveries can occur. This has been seen throughout technological advancement, but the easiest example is probably the space program which made us think, really hard, about how to do things in a different environment. It gave us telecommunications, new fabrics and international cooperation. Paramedical devices, so that people can be treated even as they are being transported to the hosptal, are a direct development of that technology. None of this would have happened in the time frame that it did if we had not pushed for technological advancement. If we had decided to

第二段:

(概述科技的两面性)Technology has helped, and it has hurt. (具体讨论科技的贡献)Without it, we would never have our standard of living, nor quality of nutrition, expectation of a long and productive life span, and the unshakable belief that our lives can be made even better. (具体讨论科技的危害)But it has also brought us universal pollution, weapons so powerful as to be capable of rendering us extinct, and the consequent fear for our survival as species and as a planet. Technology is indeed a double-edged sword. (表明已考虑到科技的危害,但是依然坚持自己立场)And yet, I still have to argue in its favor, because without it, we have no hope.

第三段:

(提出反方的立场)Some might argue that we would be better off without technology. They might say that a return to a less technologically driven approach to life would have the benefits of reducing stress and allowing us to live simpler, happier lives, like those of our forebears. Such an idea is seductive, so much so that much of art and all of nostalgia are devoted to it. (通过具体论据反驳反方的观点)But upon closer inspection, one realizes that such a move would only return us to a life of different kinds of stress, one of false simplicity, one fraught with danger. It would be a life without antibiotics where a minor cut could prove deadly. It would be a life where childbirth is the main killer of women, and where an emergency is dealt with in terms of hours and days instead of minutes and hours; a life where there are no phones or cars or planes or central heating, no proven drug therapies to treat mental illness, no computers. Would this world really make people happy?

第四段:

(在第三段驳论的基础上进一步立论)What we already have, we have. And since the only way to move is forward, instead of allowing ourselves to be paralyzed by fear and worry, we need to learn how to clean up the pollution we have caused, and how to deal with a world that feeds on weapons and mass destruction. Doing these things means having to move away from technology into a more difficult realm, that of diplomacy and compromise: to move from the bully stance of “I am bigger and better and I have more toys and so I win” to a place where everyone wins.

第五段:

Technology is the thing that will allow people to do that. (指出支持观点存在的一点不足)But, advanced as it is, it is still in its infancy. (解决方案)We have to allow it to grow up and mature in order to reap the real rewards that it can bring. And there are even greater rewards ahead of us than what the world has already experienced. When technology is pushed to the outer edge, that is where serendipitous discoveries can occur. This has been seen throughout technological advancement, but the easiest example is probably the space program which made us think, really hard, about how to do things in a different environment. It gave us telecommunications, new fabrics and international cooperation. Paramedical devices, so that people can be treated even as they are being transported to the hospital, are a direct development of that technology. None of this would have happened in the time frame that it did if we had not pushed for technological advancement. If we had decided to “focus on maximizing the use of existing technology” instead of foolishly reaching for the stars, we would not have made those discoveries which now are the bedrock of the 21st century.

gre满分作文重点:Critical Thinking.当然,提高critical thinking能力的同时,也很有必要包装语言。

GRE写作高分范文:名人观点

GRE写作范文:

When famous people give their opinions, many people listen. Should we pay attention to those remarks?

When Tom Cruise once appeared in a TV program, he was too excited so he jumped up and down the couch. Later “jump the couch” was adopted in the American dictionary for slang. This is a bit exaggerating, but it definitely reflects the fact that when famous people give their opinions, many people listen. But, should we pay attention to these remarks or actions?

Firstly, famous people are “famous”, for they have one or few aspects that exceed common people. Like Albert Einstein once said, “I think and think for months, for years, ninety-nine times the conclusion false, but the hundredth time I am right.” As a brilliant scientist, he speaks of the right attitudes towards science and inspires countless people to fight for the truth. Hollywood actors or actresses, they may talk about their dressing styles or skin cares on magazine. These are all advice that we might as well take, for real life is not just serious academic things but also the satisfaction of living.

But the point is that, celebrities are not perfect role models for the public. Once I heard a story about Einstein, saying that he nearly got into the water when he once harassed a young lady and got refused when they were in a boat in a park. Is Einstein evil somehow? No! He’s just being human. Then is it wrong to harass ladies? Yes. But all humans make mistakes. Celebrities are experts in certain areas but not all. In some other fields, they should even learn from us.

Generally, there are two extremes when talking about celebrities: the public are either too critical or too superstitious. Objectively, both of the attitudes are unnecessary. As a Chinese saying which generalizes this situation the best goes: to take in the good, while to get rid of the bad.


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