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2018年10月亚太SAT考试写作真题回顾

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摘要:2018年10月亚太SAT考试写作文章题目是节选自2015年时代周刊关于女孩教育的一篇文章,总的来说,这篇文章整体风格不难,文章易读,生词不多,结构清楚,均为常规写作考点,写起来比较简单。

写作部分考情分析

文章题目节选自2015年时代周刊关于女孩教育的一篇文章,原文如下:

All Girls Deserve Education Beyond Primary

By MALALA YOUSAFZAI March 9, 2015

IDEAS: Malala Yousafzai is an education activist from Pakistan.

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1、Who inspires you? Over the past year I’ve been honored to travel and meet some exceptional girls. These young women won’t let anything stand in the way of their education. They inspire me.

2、Amina is one such girl. I met Amina last summer when I traveled to Nigeria. Her home in northern Nigeria is a place where education is under attack by Boko Haram. Despite the always present threat of violence and the fact that girls hardly ever attend secondary school, Amina persisted — she stood up for her right to an education. I know firsthand that the act of simply showing up at school is dangerous. It takes courage.

3、But for Amina, showing up was just the start. She excelled, and after graduation she received a scholarship from the Centre for Girls’ Education and serves as a mentor to other girls. I was so inspired that the Malala Fund now supports the Centre.

4、Meeting Amina and girls like her in refugee camps in Jordan, together with my own experience in Pakistan, has all taught me an important lesson: While basic education begins to unlock potential, it is secondary education that provides the wings that allow girls to fly. Secondary education helps turn a brave, bright girl like Amina into a confident and strong leader who can change her community and country.

5、Every girl should count. Yet in most countries, including Pakistan, these girls aren’t even counted: the number of students in secondary school is not measured and recorded. The latest figures from UNESCO show that tens of millions of girls are still being left behind — but that is only the beginning of the story.

6、For many of my sisters, a full course of education is a distant dream. Leaders have one standard for their own children but another standard for their citizens. As parents, they would never be happy with only a basic five or six years of school for their children. Twelve years of school should be every young person’s right. It is time for change.

Aiming high on the poverty goals

7、When I was only 3 years old, world leaders agreed to a historic 15-year plan to tackle poverty — the Millennium Development Goals. The MDGs have had a positive impact on many issues including education. However, leaders thought a basic education was enough. They were bound by prejudice and a failure of imagination and leadership.

8、This year, governments have a chance to set the record straight. They are going to decide on a new set of antipoverty goals: the Sustainable Development Goals. This is our chance to make things right. But we must aim high and be ambitious.

9、Governments are now considering expanding the global education goals beyond primary school. This is very good news. But this will only happen if we make girls’ education one of their top priorities.

10、It is possible. Rich nations and many poor countries have managed to provide tuition-free secondary school. This is why we are calling on world leaders to do what is right as they decide on the next set of education goals. Now, there is talk of raising the goal to only nine years of schooling instead of establishing 12 years of free education for all children. This is wrong.

11、How can world leaders tell the world’s children that they can only hope for nine years of education, while their own children can expect at least 12 years of education in the best schools? The standards they set for their own children should be the same for their citizens and the rest of the world’s youth.

12、When world leaders meet this September at the U.N. in New York City, they must promise that by 2030, all children will be able to participate in at least 12 years of quality education for free. We need to lift up the girls who are missing out the most.

13、We know that investments in education pay off. Who knows how much brilliance the world was deprived of by millions of girls missing out on secondary education. Perhaps there was a transformative leader in that generation, an inspiring writer, a scientist who might solve the world’s most pressing problems. When I think of the unrealized potential, my sorrow knows no bounds.

14、“My joy knows no bounds.” That was Amina’s response to the news that I, along with another education advocate, Kailash Satyarthi, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace last year. I took Amina and four other girls who inspire me to Oslo to accept that prize. Those are girls who, despite all the obstacles, show up. We are desperate to learn and to lead. All we need is leaders with courage and bold vision to match. All we need is for them to show up too.

15、Some may think Amina and I are just naive teenagers. But we know firsthand the power of a secondary education, and we won’t be deterred. When we imagine the power of all our sisters standing together on the shoulders of a quality education — our joy knows no bounds.

Malala Yousafzai is a student, co-founder of the Malala Fund and Nobel Peace Prize laureate 2014

总的来说,这篇文章整体风格不难,文章易读,生词不多,结构清楚,均为常规写作考点,写起来比较简单。

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写作策略参考:

①anecdote段落对应(1-4)

可写角度

●用个人经历作开头,能够很好的将读者带入到所探讨的议题,为后续的推理和感情革染奠定基础

●从这个故事中,无论是作者本人还是读者都毫无例外受到Amina的鼓舞(可引用L3-5),也同时警示人们在当代社会,还有很多女孩子没有接受中学教育的权力

推理

可写角度

对比

●对比1(P4vs.P5)

P4:中学教育的重要性解析(和小学教育对比)(可引用L3-4)

P5:联合国教科文组织的数据,现在还有数以千万计的学生没有享受中学教育

通过重要性和数据的对比,第一让读者意识到问题的严重性,第二让读者有了产生改变此现状的想法

●对比度2(P7vs.P8)

P7:MDG因为领导的偏见和能力不足(L3-4),导致项目没有达到预期,很好的发挥作用

P8:现在又开始推行SGDs,让读者意识到我们可以解决教育问题的机会来了

通过之前和现在项目的对比,让读者意识到我们是有机会有平台解决以上提及的棘手问题,并让读者对改变现状的前景有希望,有信心

吸引情绪:

●对比度2(P6和P11)

P6:领导者(可引用全程中学教育)与公民(只有5-6岁的学校教育或甚至剥夺接受教育的机会)

P11:修辞问题:质问权贵阶级处理事务的两面性,揭露权贵阶级做法的荒诞和自私

首先通过对比,展示权贵阶级在教育问题上的愚民手段,让读者感受到这样的教育资源的配置是非常不合理的,然后在11段又通过反问,将这种质问直接推向读者,更大程度的揭露了教育不公的本质,进而调动起读者的情感,从而更好的让读者加入到改变现状的队伍中来

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●对Pathos的呼吁

P6:是时候改变了

P8:这是我们把事情做对的机会......雄心勃勃

P14:号召全体姐妹团结起来,为教育公正做努力

通过这样的话语,让读者不仅仅意识到教育不公的普遍性和严重性,也同时让读者意识到我们不可以坐以待毙,接受不公,我们应该团结起来,为世界变得更好,付诸于自己的行动。

好了,以上就是今天的亚太考题作文部分回顾,整体来说本次亚太考题难度不大,并且采用全新试题,相对公平,可以让很多没有参加8月北美考试的同学内心稍微平衡一下了,需要了解其他部分真题解析的同学可以关注小站教育SAT频道,祝大家都能获得理想的目标分数。

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