The two most important things that lead to someone being satisfied at work are being treated with respect by managers and being compensated fairly. If those more senior than you respect you as a person and the job you are doing then you feel like you are valued. There two factors came top of a recent job satisfaction survey conducted by Monster. With regards to the question of happiness for all workers, I think this is and always will be highly unlikely.
Reply Dominic Cole November 14, at 4: I may start a grading service soon but sadly my time is too short. Ragif September 8, at 8: Can you answer the question with general writing?
Thanks Reply Dominic Cole November 14, at 4: That sounds a little harsh, no? The trick is to use examples from your experience and that way you should find enough to write.
Below is an IELTS advantage / disadvantage model essay about having one language in the world. The essay is estimated at band score 9. The development of tourism contributed to English becoming the most prominent language in the world. If you read enough IELTS books (or take the exam too often!), you’ll soon realise that there are very definite IELTS topics. There is a good reason for this: IELTS is a very international exam and the topics have to be suitable for all countries and all cultures. It has two writing tasks of words and words. In Task 1, candidates are asked to respond to a situation, by writing a letter, for example, requesting information or explaining a situation. In Task 2, candidates write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem.
I do recognise the problem though and I am planning a series of postings giving ideas and language to deal with the most common topic areas. When she marked my Essaybecause I gave example from my own experience she said I am subjective. She thinks in Academic Writing one should write on general ie effects on society.
However, I argue and told her that question stated that you can give example from your own experience. Do you think if I give my own experience the examiner will mark me down? Kind regards, Reply Dominic Cole December 29, at I hate to contradict other teachers — a very bad habit — but in this case I will.
The rubric to the essay question almost always contains these words: The question remains though how you do it.
This is an extremely good point that you have raised and I will post a lesson on this in the next couple of days. Reply StudyHorror November 8, at The way you express your ideas and construct your writing matter.
Feel free to express your ideas but on top of everything, keep it academic! Thanks, Reply Rajneesh kapur January 2, at 9: The latest rubrics for wrtiing task 2 state that the essay has to be based on knowledge OR experience and NOT on both.
Please maintain contact with me for further details. Reply Dominic Cole January 2, at I do take issue with your interpretation of it though. It is entirely possible for candidates to use one example based on their knowledge and another based on their experience: Candidates can choose between the two options and are not restricted to one or the other: Reply Dominic Cole June 18, at 5: It is very easy to get stuck when you are looking for ideas.
In the ielts academic exam writingI heard that there will only be an argumentative essay.Here are 10 of my top IELTS writing tips. They focus on the writing process in the exam. Much the most important tip is number 1.
If you are a band score candidate, you may want to check out my other essay writing tips for more advanced candidates. VIsit our IELTS writing forum to ask questions or post comments about the essay writing part of the IELTS Test. If you read enough IELTS books (or take the exam too often!), you’ll soon realise that there are very definite IELTS topics.
There is a good reason for this: IELTS is a very international exam and the topics have to be suitable for all countries and all cultures. Very easy to follow, thank you very much.
Simon, I have a question regarding 10/10 Ielts' writing topic. The topic was, In some countries, some celebrities complain about the way media publicize their private lives. IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Basics. You have 20 minutes to write at least words for Writing Task 1. The assignment is a lot like a monthly report that an employee might submit to his or her supervisor at work: the boss only wants relevant facts and data based on the latest company numbers.
IELTS Writing Task 2/ IELTS Essay.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task. Write at least words. Question: Some people think that teaching methodology in the modern classroom should be based on experiential learning.