Read the following post from a message board and write a
note in reply.
Native tutor required for online Chinese teaching job
My 8 year-old girl is a beginner in Chinese learning,and
she needs help with this language to up her grades.Please let me know if you can help her.Have you taught
kids before? What is your availability?
Write your answer in about 100 words on the ANSWER SHEET.
Do not use your own name in your note; use "Li Ming"instead.
Read the following except from an article and write an essay.In your
essay,you should explain whether or to what extent you agree with
the author.Support your argument with reasons and relevant examples.
Write your answer in 160-200 words on the ANSWER SHEET.(20 points)
Many of us,whatever our field of work,fear that showing uncertainty
can damage our image — and we may compensate by expressing
overconfidence in an attempt to win trust.But in many situations
people are willing to trust those who can admit they don't have a
definitive answer.Recent studies found that communicating
uncertainty and even Admitting our mistakes is not harmful and
can even be beneficial to trustworthiness. So,failure in ＂expertise＂
can be compensated by higher integrity and benevolence.When
communicating uncertainty in a transparent way,we are perceived
as less biased and willing to tell the truth.
Write an essay based on the charts below.In your essay,you
1)describe the charts briefly,
2) interpret the charts,and
3)give your comments.
Write your answer in 160-200 words on the ANSWER SHEET.
Read the following except from an article and write an essay. In your essay, you should explain whether or to what extent you agree with the author. Support your argument with reasons and relevant examples.
Write your answer in about 150 words on the ANSWER SHEET.(15 points)
Studies in the U.S. and the U.K. consistently show that children have lost the right to wander. This is why many of our youth turn to technology. They aren’t addicted to the computer; they’re addicted to interaction, and being around their friends. Children, and especially teenagers, don’t want to only socialize with parents and siblings; they want to play with their peers. That’s how they make sense of the world. And we’ve robbed them of that opportunity. We’re raising our children in captivity and they turn to technology to socialize, learn and relax. Why are we blaming the screens?