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Thanks for your advices and I will try in my later essays. I am worried about my next ILETS exam, especially writing and speaking. In fact, I only get a score of in the writing part just half a month ago. I think there are several reasons. First, I spent too much time on the TASK 1(around half an hour), I do not have enough time to think over the topic of task 2(I always need 50 min’s to finish it ) . Second, my handwriting is really ugly (I can not change it in a short time). Third,I always make too many small mistakes( wrong forum or wrong spelling of the vocabulary) I plan to write task1 and task2 per essay in the next month ,hope I can at least get 6 in writing and speaking.
Description: A teacher in Las Vegas assigns his 7th grade students a project: think of a way to change our world and put it into action. Trevor, one of the students, decides that he will take three actions that make a difference in the lives of others and ask each of those people to do the same for three other people.
Rationale for Using the Story: This movie celebrates helping others and can fuel interest in community service, a concept that has become a part of the graduation requirements for most schools. It provides opportunities for discussion and written assignments associated with the motivation for generosity and exercising good judgment.
Objectives/Student Outcomes Using this Learning Guide : Students can meet standards in writing and critical thinking with assignments that provoke in-depth analysis of the problematic aspects of pay-it-forwardism as shown in the movie and can exercise creativity in their own application of the concept.
Possible Problems: Scantily clad women undulate at the seedy Las Vegas bar in which Arlene, Trevor's mother, works. Arlene slaps her son. In one scene, Arlene and Mr. Simonet are in bed but there is no nudity and no suggestive movements. There is infrequent profanity.