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Chúng ta đã biết lợi ích của việc học IELTS Writing Task 2 từ những bài mẫu band cao đúng không nào. Hôm nay Langgo sẽ lại tiếp tục sưu tầm cho chúng ta những bài viêt mẫu cực chất để ta có thể học được ideas, từ vựng và cách triển khai ý tưởng nhé!

Bài 1: Topic

  • Parents often give children everything they ask for and do what they like.
  • Is it good for children?
  • What are the consequences when they grow up?

Band 8 Sample

Parental approaches to raising children surely play a key role in a child’s development. Many parents often over-indulge their children, and I feel that this method would significantly hinder their individual growth and later adult life.

It is human nature to love their offspring, however over-indulgence is a poor choice of rearing. Children need to learn through reward and punishment, which means that they should be punished for what they do wrong and rewarded when they achieve something. Punishments like withdrawal of privileges or even those of physical nature could sometimes be needed to educate children. However, if they are allowed to do whatever they want, they will not understand the difference between right and wrong and become ignorant, thoughtless individuals.

Providing youngsters with whatever they desire would teach them nothing but to have no regard for what they already have. For example, they will pester their parents to buy them a new toy if they are bored with the one they have. This is extremely dangerous because it could be the basis of their character when they grow up.

When there is no limit to the indulgence parents show towards their kids, these children will become needy and dependent, and therefore are unable to live on their own. In some cultures like Vietnam, parents pick up their kids from school even during high school, buy their clothes and cook for them at home. Children do not have to do anything, which is mainly why many of them cannot stay away from their parents and live independently even when they are in their twenties.

In conclusion, I firmly believe that indulgence should be limited. Otherwise, it may poorly shape children’s personalities and restrict their ability to lead an independent life later on.

Vocabulary highlights:

  1. Play a key role in a child’s development: Đóng vai trò thiết yếu cho sự phát triển của trẻ
  2. Over-indulgence is a poor choice of rearing: Quá nuông chiều là một cách nuôi nấng tồi tệ
  3. Withdrawal of privileges: Rút lại quyền lợi
  4. Pester their parents to buy them a new toy: Nài nỉ bố mẹ mua một món đồ chơi mới
  5. The basis of their character: Nền tảng của tính cách
  6. There is no limit to the indulgence parents show towards their kids: Không có giới hạn cho sự nuông chiều bố mẹ hành cho con cái

Bài 2: Topic

  • In some parts of the world it is increasingly popular to research the history of one’s own family.
  • Why do people want to do this?
  • Is it a positive or negative development?

Band 8 Sample

People nowadays are becoming increasingly keen to learn about their family history. There are some compelling reasons for this; and I strongly feel that this is a positive development.

Most people do research on their family history to find out whether their ancestors had similar personality traits and to have deeper understanding about their family roots and heritage. Others study their family history background for less significant reasons, one of which is curiosity. For example, my uncle used to spend a great deal of time and effort tracing my family tree back to the 18th century just out of curiosity. Also, I think that news media have a major part to play in this trend. There are a lot of news articles and advertisements these days that encourage genealogy and convince people that it is necessary to know about their ancestry.

In my view, this is a good way to teach children about history and how their ancestors lived, which is linked in part to family traditions. And it is even more important for children to carry on such valuable and unique traditions, given that this fast changing world is somehow making young generations ignore the spiritual legacy that their ancestors left. On top of that, family history can be a fascinating topic of discussion whenever there is a family meeting. How my grandparents struggled to raise their offspring during the Vietnam War, for example, has become my father’s favorite subject when all my relatives gather for a traditional holiday feast.

In conclusion, people like to study their family history for a variety of reasons as I have discussed, and personally, I consider this a positive modern trend.

Vocabulary highlights:

  1. Have a deeper understanding about their family roots and heritage: hiểu sâu hơn về nguồn gốc và truyền thống gia đình
  2. Tracing my family tree: tra cứu cây gia phả
  3. Geneolagy: bảng phả hệ
  4. Ignore the spiritual legacy that their ancestors left: bỏ quên di sản tâm linh mà tổ tiên để lại.

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