The 4 Different Task 2 Question Types
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Welcome back everybody. Today we are moving in to section two of mastering eilts writing task two with the eilts teacher. This section is all about approaching the essay and the first lecture we’re looking at in this section is about the four different question types in eilts Writing that task too. So for different question types What are they. In I writing task to you may be presented with a question which falls into one of fourth categories an opinion question a discussion question an opinion and discussion question and a situation question. You won’t be told which question type you have. You have to identify the question type by the language given to you in the task. Now some questions are going to appear on the screen here which you may recognize. If you are familiar with the eilts test to what extent do you agree or disagree. Discuss both views and give your own opinion. One of the problems. What solutions can you suggest. What are the benefits and drawbacks. Is this a positive or negative development. Which factors contribute to this. Is it realistic to expect these factors. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Now what I want you to do is to pause the video here and see if you can match up each question to its respective question type. There will be two questions to each question type and once you’ve done that pressed the play button and we’ll see if you got the answers correct. So let’s see if you’ve got the right answers. We’ll start by looking at the first question. To what extent do you agree or disagree. This is an opinion question discussed both views and give your own opinion. Discuss opinion. You can see it falls into the opinion and discussion category. What are the problems what solutions can you suggest. This is a situation question. What are the benefits and drawbacks. This falls into the discussion category. Is this a positive or negative development. The opinion category the conjunction or here helps us to identify that it’s at opinion X.. Agree or disagree. Positive or negative which factors contribute to this. Is it realistic to expect these factors. This is a situation question discussed the advantages and disadvantages. Can you got the conjunction and here. And finally do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Opinion and discussion question. If you got all those right. Well done. If you did win and you don’t understand why you got them wrong do leave a comment in the comments section to ask a question and I will try to clarify why each question falls into its respective question type. Now all of these question types are only important because they dictate the structure of the essay that you will write so there will be a different structure for each of the question types. There are similarities. Every essay should only need four paragraphs an introduction a conclusion and two body paragraphs. The introduction will always rephrase the question. The conclusion will always summarize the key points but the differences are in the minor details. So let’s have a look at the formula for the structure for each question type. Look at this one here in the introduction. We rephrase the question. We tell the reader our plan in the body. We discuss the advantages. In the first paragraph and in the second paragraph we discuss the disadvantages. The conclusion will summarize the key points. We don’t need to give the reader our opinion which question type do you think this structure matches. And this one. Rephrase the question. Tell the reader your plan. Body paragraph 1. 1 problem and solution or one factor and cause etc.. Something like that in the second paragraph. Another problem and its solution another factor and its cause the conclusion will summarize the key points and state who should solve the problems or consider solutions which question type. Does that match the third structure. Rephrase the question. Tell the reader your opinion and plan in the first paragraph. Support your opinion with an argument and examples in the second body paragraph. Support your opinion further with a different argument and examples for that argument in the conclusion summarize the key points and restate your opinion. In the final structure you want to rephrase the question. Tell the reader your opinion and plan. But in the first bloody paragraph discuss the side you disagree with. Then in the second body paragraph discussed the side that you agree with making it clear that you agree and in the conclusion summarize the key points and restate your opinion. Which question type does that structure match. Hopefully you’ve thought of an answer for each structure and now see if you’ve got that right. So let’s start with the opinion question. The opinion question we want to rephrase the question in the introduction as always but we also want to tell the reader our opinion and opinion. In the introduction is very important in the body we’re going to support our opinion once and then we’re going to support our opinion even further. We do not have to entertain the opposite point of view. We only need to think about our own opinion and the conclusion we summarized the key points and we restate our opinion. We want to state the opinion again. Contrast that with the discussion structure in the introduction to a discussion question. You do not mention your opinion in the body. You do not mention your opinion. You simply discussed the advantages and disadvantages of a particular topic. In the conclusion again you do not need to give the reader your opinion. You just summarize what those pros and cons were. Then for the opinion and discussion question. It’s a bit of a mixture of both. So the introduction we rephrase the question. We tell the reader our opinion. We do want an opinion. In the introduction to opinion and discussion question in the body with the first body paragraph discussed the side you disagree with said that comes first discuss the side you disagree with first then you move to the side that you agree with and support an argument as to why you agree with it. Make it clear that this is your opinion then the conclusion you summarize the key points. And again you restate your opinion to give it a very clear position throughout the response. Finally the situation question it’s a little bit different to the other question types. Sort of has its own template. We are going to rephrase the question in and in the introduction and we’re going to tell the reader our plan. But then in the body what we do is we look at one problem and one solution in each paragraph. One of the problems in big cities is the high pollution rate. To solve this problem we should invest more in green energy companies something like that. And you do the same thing again for Paragraph 3 or the second body paragraph in the conclusion you summarized those key points and state who should solve the problems or consider solutions. That’s the only time in an essay like that where you may introduce some position vocabulary like I believe or my view is that so those are the four different question types. Those are the four different essay structures. Now you can use those to write an appropriate format for your essay.
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