SAT写作真题

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  真题一:

  Directions: Consider carefully the following excerpt and the assignment below it. Then plan and write an essay that explains your ideas as persuasively as possible. Keep in mind that the support you provide--both reasons and examples--will help make your view convincing to the reader

  Existentialist Jean Paul Sartre believed in personal freedom, holding that man is free to "write the script" for his own life: he can blame no one else if his life is a "poorperformance." On the other hand, William Blake and others in the Romantic movement felt that the expectations and restraints of society severely limit a person: they believed that schooling, organized religion, and other social institutions imprison a person's mind and spitit

  Assignment: What is your opinion of the claim that there is no such thing as free choice; to some degree, we are always bound by the rules of society? In an essay, support your position by discussing an example (or examples) from literature, the arts, science and technology, history, current events, or your own experience or observation.

  真题二:

  Directions: Consider carefully the following excerpt and the assignment below it. Then plan and write an essay that explains your ideas as persuasively as possible. Keep in mind that the support you provide--both reasons and examples--will help make your view convincing to the reader

  Author Betty Friedan wrote in The Feminine Mystique, "The only way for a woman, as for a man, to know herself as a person, is by a creative work of her own." Others feel that self-understanding comes from without: Harvard psychologist Ellen J. Langer states, "In the perspective of every person lies a lens through which we may better understand ourselves." Carl Jung, founder of analytical psychology, is more specific about the role of others in our self-awareness when he states that "Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves."

  Assignment: In your opinion, what must we do in order to truly understand ourselves?In an essay, support your position by discussing an example (or examples) from literature, the arts, science and technology, history, current events, or your own experience or observation

  真题三:

  Directions: Consider carefully the following excerpt and the assignment below it. Then plan and write an essay that explains your ideas as persuasively as possible. Keep in mind that the support you provide--both reasons and examples--will help make your view convincing to the reader

  Many Americans hold that individuals should be free to decide what they read, watch, and listen to, unrestrained by censorship laws. In a decision on the First Amendment guarantee of the right to possess "obscene" books, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall said that "Our whole consitutional heritage rebels at the thought of giving government the power to control men's minds." Yet others believe that citizens, especially minors, should be protected by law from unsuitable subject matter. According to Susan Baker of the Parent's Music Resource Center, "It is simply the act of a responsible society that recognizes that some material made for adults is not appropiate for children."

  Assignment: What is your opinion of the claim that sometimes censorship is justified?In an essay, support your position by discussing an example (or examples) from literature, the arts, science and technology, history, current events, or your own experience or observation