Topic School and Education: Bài Mẫu IELTS Speaking chủ đề về giáo dục

Trong bài hôm nay, chúng ta cùng tìm hiểu thêm về Topic School and Education. Đây là một chủ đề với rất nhiều thông tin liên quan để trao đổi. Ngoài bài này, bạn xem thêm một bài mẫu IELTS Speaking khác cùng chủ đề Education nhưng với thông tin khác nhé.

Part 1

What did you enjoy most when you were at school?

School feels like a long time ago now, as I am currently at University, but I do remember really enjoying English lessons. We were lucky enough to have a native speaking teacher, which was usual, but it gave us the opportunity to be inspired by [1] hearing authentic pronunciation [2] and our teacher told very funny stories to keep us focused.

  1. cơ hội được truyền cảm hứng từ
  2. phát âm chuẩn bản xứ

Do you think a teacher should be friendly or strict?

When I was at school, our teachers were ‘old-school’, strict  and very traditional, so our lessons were teacher centred [1] . As children we were not encouraged to ask questions or voice our opinions [2] . However, today, thankfully, classes are more student centred [3] , and encourage collaboration [4] and I think a more friendly teacher would be more successful here.

  1. lấy giáo viên làm trung tâm
  2. nói lên ý kiến của chúng tôi
  3. lấy sinh viên làm trung tâm
  4. khuyến khích sự hợp tác

What’s the most difficult part of your study now?

Well, for the most part, I’d say it’s encourage collaboration. I mean there are so many assignments, and students are always under a lot of pressure to meet deadlines [1] .  I am lucky as I don’t find exams too overwhelming [2] . If you are well prepared, they are entirely predictable [3] , and I can pretty much sail through them with only a bit of revision [4].

  1. chịu rất nhiều áp lực để đáp ứng thời hạn
  2. choáng ngợp
  3. hoàn toàn có thể dự đoán được
  4. một chút ôn tập


Part 2

Describe a subject you enjoyed studying at school.

You should say:

  • when and where you started studying it
  • what lessons were like
  • what made it different from other subjects
  • and explain why you enjoyed the subject.


To be honest, I found school pretty challenging [1] for a number of reasons. We moved house quite often back then, so I had to adapt to different teachers, learning expectations [2] and to make new friends. However, the subject which I was always passionate about [3] and determined to succeed in [4] was French.

  • khá thách thức
  • kỳ vọng học tập
  • đam mê về
  • quyết tâm thành công trong

I started lessons when I was quite young, which is common in the UK, as learning languages is actively encouraged, but the standard and expectation was relatively low so lessons revolved around [1] role plays asking for ice cream or bread! 

  • xoay quanh

Our lessons involved a lot of writing and dictation which was hard, and I did struggle to see the point of this [1] as what I really wanted to learn was how to communicate and be understood. Our vocabulary was based around the family, food, travel and school so It was quite useful but not the sort of things that children really want to talk about.

  • đã đấu tranh để nhìn ra điểm của điều này

I was motivated as I had already visited France on holiday and so I could see for myself the possible benefits of [1] being able to communicate and make myself understood. The breakthrough for me came when I was around 15 with a teacher called Mrs. Green.

  • lợi ích có thể có về

She was half French herself [1], so she spoke beautifully and was rather glamourous [2] too and her lessons were filled with laughter, games and stories although she was very strict as well. We were all expected to study hard and to succeed in exams. She was inspiring though because she loved her subject.

  • nửa là người Pháp
  • khá hào nhoáng

Personally, I have always enjoyed listening to languages, to the intonation and sound [1] even if I do not understand. Once I could use the French I had learnt in school when I visited France and later studied there, the language came alive and all that hard work as a youngster paid off![2]

  • ngữ điệu và âm thanh
  • làm việc chăm chỉ khi còn trẻ đã được đền đáp!


Part 3

Do you think single sex schools are still relevant in today’s world?

While today many would argue that traditional schools which only allow either girls or boys to study there seem rather outdated and old fashioned [1] as this is not how ‘real’ society of the workplace operates [2]. However, many league tables [3] which rank schools in order of high exam results, have proved that single sex schools can be much better as there are less distractions and maybe students are more able to focus on learning and be proud of their achievements without having to compete with the opposite sex.[4]

  1. có vẻ khá lỗi thời và lạc hậu
  2. cách xã hội ‘thực tế’ của nơi làm việc hoạt động
  3. bảng xếp hạng

What are the benefits of a boarding school?

As an alumnus of a boarding school,[1] I can see the upsides as well as the challenges [2]. In some countries children as young as 8 are sent away to school, either because of the higher standard of education on offer [3] , or because their parents may be working overseas. Many of these schools offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities [4] such as golf, photography or fashion as well as the core academic subjects.[5] Children usually speak of forming lifelong friendships [6] , with their peer group as well as teachers and there is a strong concept of shared experiences.

  1. một cựu học sinh của một trường nội trú
  2. mặt tốt cũng như thách thức
  3. tiêu chuẩn giáo dục cao hơn được cung cấp
  4. một loạt các hoạt động ngoại khóa
  5. các môn học chính
  6. nói về việc hình thành tình bạn suốt đời

What are the advantages of studying a distance learning course?

For many people, especially students who work or need more flexibility [1] , distance or remote learning is the ideal way to study. There are several benefits that immediately come to mind. Not only the cost, which is far less than it would be to attend a college with high tuition fees but the ability to study at your own speed. It is usually agreed that some find that this method of learning suits them better than sitting in lectures or going to tutorials which demands more self-motivation and discipline. [2]

  1. cần linh hoạt hơn
  2. đòi hỏi sự tự động viên và kỷ luật nhiều hơn


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