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A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Digital Rights Management
Many websites such as iStore allow users to pay to download music, called legal music downloading. However often the songs contain restrictions. Should downloaded songs contain any such restrictions?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Downloading Piracy
Downloading music and films for free is the same as stealing them off the shop shelves. People who do this should be punished in the same way or worse. To what extent do you agree?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Driving on the Left
Of the nearly 200 countries in the world the vast majority have roads where drivers must drive on the right. Only a few countries force drivers to drive on the left. Should these countries change so that drivers must drive on the right?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Drunk and Disorderly Behaviour
Being drunk in public is not an attractive or pleasant sight for people who are sober. Police who catch people behaving badly because of drunkenness should be taken to an ATM by the police and ordered to pay a fine from their bank account.
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
English as the Global Language
Attempts have been made, specifically through Esperanto, to create a single world language for all people to communicate with. It is well-known however that Esperanto hasn't been successful. Should the world now adopt English as the global language for communication?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Extreme Sports
“The only people interested in extreme sports are extreme sports people”. The idea that everybody loves skydiving, bungee-jumping, and white water rafting is false. Media such as television, magazines and films should reduce their exposure and coverage of such sports.
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Female Police
In many countries it is common to see female police, who perform the same role as male police. However in other countries the police is entirely male. Should women be allowed to be police? What are the advantages and disadvantages of female police?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Film Dubbing
The language of films is closely connected to the culture, ideas and vision of the film-maker. As a result no films should be dubbed or voiced-over into any language. Should they always be shown in their original language?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Food Advertising for Children
Food advertisers have an increasing influence on children's appetites, even more so than their parents it is said. To what extent should food advertising for children be controlled or even banned? Discuss with reference to fast food, sweets, and soft drinks.
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Level:
IELTS
Time:
40 minutes
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Focus:
Food Miles
The success of supermarkets mean that we can buy food from all over the world in one building. However our food is now travelling more and more kilometres to get to our plates. What can we do to limit the environmental impact of transporting our food?
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