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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:
Footballer's Salaries
Many of the most successful football players in the world receive salaries higher than $100,000 per week. Should such players receive so much money bearing in mind that they actually 'work' only a few hours a week?
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:
Foreign Marriage
Due to the Internet and foreign travel becoming easier and cheaper more and more people are going abroad. As a result increasing numbers of people are marrying foreigners. However is marriage between people from different countries sensible and correct?
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:
Free University Education
University education is the right of everyone who wants it and everybody should go to university no matter the amount of money they have. Should the people pay for university education for all through taxes?
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:
Globalisation
“The world is becoming the same”. Nowadays it's hard to find traditional culture like music, art, clothing, cinema, and books, while more and more of the world is becoming like America. 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:
Head Scarves Law
The French Constitution limits the exposure of religious icons such as crosses, symbols and images in schools. Recently this law has been used to stop Muslim girls from wearing head scarves. Is this law an invasion of the girls' freedom to practice their religion?
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:
Holocaust Denial
There have been many high profile examples where people have denied that the Holocaust ever happened or claimed that much fewer Jews were killed in World War 2 than what is currently accepted. Should Holocaust denial be considered a crime?
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:
Homeless People
The sight of homeless people begging for money is common in both developed and developing countries. However should ordinary people give money to homeless people? Should homeless people do more to improve their situation?
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:
How Dangerous Is the World
The world is becoming a more dangerous place. Terrorism, gun ownership, “failed countries” and the spread of nuclear weapons all mean the world is becoming less safe. 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:
Humans Going to Mars
It has been 40 years now since humans first landed on the Moon. Is it now the right time for humans to attempt to visit Mars? What are the benefits and drawbacks for humans visiting Mars?
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:
Humans' Dependence on Computers
Air traffic control, stock market prices, hospital equipment, and bank accounts. Humans have become too dependent upon computers for our everyday lives. Is the human race overly-dependent on computers?
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