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Ielts Speaking Model: A Science Lesson - Part 2

Updated on June 14, 2013


Ielts Speaking Model: A Science Lesson - Part 2

IELTS(International English Language Testing System) is the world's leading test of English for higher education, immigration and employment. Below is a sample question and model answer for the topic ‘A Science Lesson’

Describe a Science Lesson that you had in School or University (such as biology, chemistry or physics).

You should say

When you attend this lesson

Where you attend this lesson

What you learned

And explain what happened in the lesson.

I have had many science lessons but I guess I will talk to you about a physics class when I was in high school. In my opinion physics is a really boring subject – all you do in physics is learn about boring theories or do long and meaningless mathematics problems.

One lesson my teacher was using a PPT about Newton’s 3 laws and their theories, equations and so on. He actually made us copy every single word on that PPT into our exercise books. I thought that it was a really useless lesson. In my opinion he should have just given us the printout of the PPT instead. It would have saved a lot of time and you know high school students really don't have time to waste.

This class was actually one of the first classes I had with this teacher and after that day I stopped respecting him and in his class I would just do the homework of other classes because everything he makes us copy into our books is already in the textbook so I could just read it for myself.

I don't think physics is boring but I wish classes could be more interesting however I guess that's the Chinese teaching style. That’s why I’m going abroad!


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