Writing: Einleitung und Übung 1 von Mike Giesler

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Der Vortrag „Writing: Einleitung und Übung 1“ von Mike Giesler ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Vorbereitungskurs TOEFL iBT“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Überblick und Hinweise
  • Wood Industries
  • Auswertung

Dozent des Vortrages Writing: Einleitung und Übung 1

 Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler ist Dozent für SAT und TOEFL Kurse und kennt sich als solcher bestens aus mit den TOEFL Anforderungen. Er ist Experte für die englische Sprache und bietet Expertise in den Bereichen Auslandsstudium, Studienplatzvergabe und Stipendium.

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... Bearbeitungszeit - einen Text lesen + Vortrag anhören - Thema: Vergleich zweier Meinungen - Länge: 150 ...

... und These) - Hauptteil (zwei Absätze, 2 Argumente für These + Detailbeispiele mit Bezug zur These) - Schlussabsatz ...

... und uneingeschränkt vertreten - Struktur direkt aufschreiben - Einleitung (Thema, Meinung, These) - Hauptteil ...

... effective response will be 150 to 225 words. You may view the reading passage while you respond. Response time: 20 minutes 35. Summarize the points made in ...

... trust advertising made by independent agencies. Americans tend to make their buying decision based on the price of the product. Uncertified products are cheaper. If the price difference is ...

... for the domestic wood industry. The professors opinion differs from the points made in the reading. According to the reading, however, ...

... is that American consumers trust qualified advertising such as that of independent consumer agencies. Therefore, an ecocertifed label from ...

... Vergleich zum Reading 2: The reading, on the other hand, says that Americans make their buying decision based on ...

... competition from foreign wood companies that will soon sell their ecocertified products in the United States. Vergleich zum Reading 3: On ...

... by showing that ecocertified labels will have a positive ...

... the person to read the transcript aloud to you. Listening to the transcript is better practice than reading it to yourself. If someone reads the transcript to you, make sure you see the picture. Listen to or read the transcript only one time. For Writing Practice Set 1, you will read a passage and listen to or read a lecture. You may take notes. ...

... wood products. Accordingly, American wood companies will prefer to keep their prices low rather than obtain ecocertification. Third, although some people claim that it always makes good business sense for American companies to keep up with the developments in the rest of the world, this argument is not convincing. Pursuing certification would make sense for American wood companies only if they marketed most of their products abroad. But that is not the case - American wood businesses sell most of their products in the United States, catering to a very large customer base that is satisfied with the merchandise. Director : Here is the transcript. Narrator: Now listen to part of a lecture on the topic you just read about. Professor: Well, despite what many people say, there’s ...

... another. When the price difference between two products is small - say, less than five percent, as is the case with certified wood— Americans often do choose on factors other than price. And Americans are becoming increasingly convinced of the value of preserving and protecting the environment. And third, U.S. wood companies should definitely pay attention to what’s going on in the wood business internationally, not because of foreign consumers, but because of foreign competition. As I just told you, ...

... Practice Set 1 you will write an essay in response to a question that asks you to state explain and support your opinion on an issue...

... 300 words. response time: 30 minutes 49. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Television advertising directed toward young children (aged ...

... Listen to the recording only one time. A written transcript of the audio portion is located in Appendix l. If you do not have access to the audio portion, but do have access to a person with good English pronunciation, ask the person to read the transcript aloud to you. Listening to the transcript is better practice than reading it to yourself. If someone reads the transcript to you, make sure you see the picture. You may take ...

... himself and the famous writer Voltaire. No one doubts that the Chevalier and Voltaire met and conversed. However, critics complain that the memoir cannot possibly capture these conversations accurately, because it was written many years after the conversations occurred. Critics point out that it is impossible to remember exact phrases from extended conversations held many years earlier. Critics have also questioned the memoir’s account of the Chevalier’s escape from a notorious prison in Venice, Italy. He claims to have escaped the Venetian prison by using a piece of metal to make a hole in the ceiling and climbing through the roof. Critics claim that while such a daring escape makes for enjoyable reading, it is more likely that the Chevalier’s jailers were bribed to free him. ...

... Practice Set 135. Summarize the points made in ...

... practice set 1: You will write an essay in response to a question that asks you to state, explain and support your opinion on an issue. Typically, an effective essay ...

... response time: 30 minutes 49. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is more important for students to understand ideas and ...