The pie charts compare the number of pupils in elementary schools in four states of Australia in the year 2010.
It is clear to see that there were 21-25 students having a class in most primary schools ( 51%) in Australian Capital Territory, and the second common class size was 20 students or fewer per class, accounting for 38%。 The same situation occurred in Western Australia, and New South Wales whose major elementary school 's class size was 21-25 students per class, taking up 42% and 37% respectively。
On the contrary, 35% of primary schools in South Australia arranged 20 students or fewer in one class, and its figure exceeded the proportion of class size with 21-25 students (33%)。 In this state, 26-30 students attended classes together in 28% of primary schools, which was almost matched by that in Western Australia; while only 10% of schools in Australian Capital Territory was with that class size。 In contrast, it was another general size in New South Wales, with 33%。
Overall, it can be seen that the fewest primary schools in four states had the class size of 30 students or more。 However, most of them enrolled 21-25 students in every class
范文原自 麦考瑞 范玉红
In some cities, planners tend to arrange shops, schools, offices and homes in specific areas and separate them from each other. Do you thinks the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
这个问题属于社会生活话题范畴中的城市生活层面。考生在审题过程中出现 “specific areas” 和 “separate them from each other ”需要特别注意。当然,shop,school, office 和 不能忽略 homes "。由于这个问题所涉及的城市规划内容在现实生活中是比较少见的,所以考生很难去思考这个论点。此时,考生需要站在规划人员的角度,结合当前城市生活中出现的问题,思考为什么要这样做?对于年龄较小,缺乏一定社会生活经验的考生来说,平时积累相关话题的论证材料尤为重要。
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In modern cities, people 's way of living and working has dramatically changed. In an attempt to satisfy the demands of growing population and tackle problems emerging from city life, urban planners are deciding to locate shops, educational institutions, workplaces and residential real estates in separated areas. As far as I am concerned, it does function effectively.
Opponents do insist that this practice aggravates the traffic burden。 It is understandable that if those facilities are respectively situated in one certain district, how crowed it would be。 Imaging that in peak hours, thousands of school buses or private cars carrying students are driven to the same direction; subways crowed with hurried office workers run the same route。 Obviously, it is unwise to implement this plan as it increases the possibility of traffic congestion, which has already been a tough issue in most megacities。
However, there are some benefits that cannot be ignored, the most rooted of which is that the citizens 'general satisfaction of life has been enhanced。 To be specific, dwellers are more likely to live in a quieter and greener environment as there is less noise from busy streets but more room for trees and gardens。 In addition, being away from skyscrapers or high-rises that paced life, homes will be more of a place for leisure and-remain us of a fast happiness。 What 's more, the centralized commercial district provides convenience to consumers since there is no need for them to go shopping for different items around the city。 Instead, they could purchase their fancy shoes or pick up the most charming dress in a place。 Last but not the least, resource sharing and win-win mode can be easier to achieve between enterprises。 A case in the point is that when a manager of Development Department in a training center intends to develop online courses, his potential cooperative partners may work in the IT company upstairs。
极速彩票APPIn conclusion, I believe that this is the future metropolis 'development tendency due to the fact that it facilitates inhabitants 'daily life and new pattern of business. Certainly, schools are better not to be constructed far away from housing estate; otherwise, students would suffer a lot on the way to schools.