How to Master Skills for the TOEFL® iBT Essay Writing is a collection of 75 essay topics that have so far appeared on the TOEFL® iBT. This book, as an essay writing workbook, guides students step by step in producing their own essays modeled on 75 clear sample essays. Because all the sample essays meet the requirements of the ETS rating standards, they can be used as resources for both classroom and independent study.
- 75 essay topics that have appeared on the TOEFL® iBT
- 75 easy-to-understand sample essays
- Plenty of essay writing practice through the step-by-step guide
How to Use This BookQ1 Class Attendance at University
Q2 Where to Learn the Most Important Lessons
Q3 Equal Support for Extracurriculars and Academics?
Q4 Year-Round School or Vacations?
Q5 Schools Teach for Careers or General Knowledge?
Q6 Teachers: Relate Well or Pass on Knowledge?
Q7 Learn General or Specific Knowledge?
Q8 Giving Self-Confidence or Knowledge?
Q9 Prizes for Trying or Achievements?
Q10 Classmates or Parents: Who Is More Influential?
Q11 Knowledge vs. Creativity
Q12 The Most Difficult College Classes
Q13 Evaluating a Group Project
Q14 What Subjects to Choose?
Q15 Do Grades Encourage Learning?
Q16 Homework Every Day?
Q17 Updating Teachers’ Knowledge
Q18 A Yearlong Pre-University Break
Q19 University Education & Success
Q20 Ideas vs. Facts
Q21 Are Parents the Best Teachers?
Q22 Science Class Made Mandatory in College
Q23 The Future of Printed Books
Q24 Mandatory Culture Class in College
Q25 Paying Teachers Based on Student Performance
Q26 Better to Learn from Whom?
Q27 Making Important Decisions
Q28 Planning for the Future When Young
Q29 Credibility of News and Information Sources
Q30 Emphasis on Personal Appearances and Fashion
Q31 Who Enjoys Life More?
Q32 Speaking Well vs. Writing Well
Q33 How to Deal with a Friend’s Mistake
Q34 Old Friends vs. New Friends
Q35 Watching Animals to Understand Human Nature
Q36 Who Should Make Decisions?
Q37 Whether to Know about World Events
Q38 How to Spend Money
Q39 Spending Too Much Time on Personal Enjoyment?
Q40 The Importance of the Ability to Cooperate
Q41 Too Busy to Become Experts?
Q42 Ability to Plan and Organize
Q43 Newspapers or TV as a News Source?
Q44 From Whom to Get Advice?
Q45 Two Ways of Doing Projects
Q46 Money: Spending vs. Saving
Q47 Labor and Happiness
Q48 Importance of Literacy Today
Q49 Less Time on Cooking in the Future?
Q50 Doing Difficult Jobs vs. Doing Easy Work
Q51 Declining Importance of the Extended Family
Q52 Time with Family vs. Time at Work
Q53 Do the Young Help Communities Enough?
Q54 Living Today vs. Living in the Past
Q55 Weakening Influence of Parents over Children
Q56 Enjoying One’s Job vs. Making a High Salary
Q57 Working for One Company for Life
Q58 Where to Work: A Large or Small Company?
Q59 Do Advertisements Make Products Seem Better?
Q60 Working with Others vs. Working Alone
Q61 Public Interest in Celebrity Lives
Q62 Individual Trips vs. Group Tours
Q63 What Movies to Watch?
Q64 Support the Arts or Athletics
Q65 Movies’ and TV’s Effects on Youths
Q66 When Is a Book More Interesting?
Q67 Learning by TV or by Books?
Q68 More Leisure Time in 20 Years?
Q69 Renewable Energy Sources
Q70 How to Use Land?
Q71 Best Way for Government to Conserve Energy
Q72 Information on the Internet: Good or Bad?
Q73 Less Use of Cars in Twenty Years?
Q74 Usage of Cell Phones on Public Transportation
Q75 Social Effects: Cars vs. Airplanes