As can be seen from the picture, the department ina store which sells nutritive products for children is surrounded by crowds of parents, making the salespeople extremely busy.In contrast, the neighboring department that sells similar products for the elderly seems rather deserted by customers.Its saleswoman feels so bored that she can not resist falling asleep.
The picture mirrors a common social phenomenon from a unique angle-people tend to care more for the next generation than the previous one. On the one hand,young couplesdote on children, most of whom are the "only children".Parents endeavor to prepare their kids for a bright future by raising them healthily. On the other hand,young couples fail to spend time with their old parents,and some of them are even too mean to provide the old with at least a decent living environment.
I think such a trend is quite abnormal and distressing.Filial duty used to be the most highly prized virtue among the Chinese for over two thousand years.Busy as people are,the duty should not be easily shirked. Supplying our old parents with material and emotional supports is not only a repayment to them,but can also set agood example to educate the youth.
In mylifeIhave met a great many teachers who are really worth recalling.But perhaps the most unforgettable one l ever know is my English teacher.
What frequently brings back memories of my school teacher is his special qualities.First of all,he gave us the greatest gift a teacher can offer—an awakening of a passion for learning.He not onlyled us to an appreciation of the beauty and perfection of English language and literature,but also aroused our great interest in exploring something deeper in this field.Second,Iwas attracted by his lively wit Iremember that we students always anticipated his class with great eagerness because his lecture were humorously delivered, neverfailing to provoke chuckles or loud laughs.
Although it is nearly two years sincelattended his last class, he is the talk of our old classmates,andIknow part of him has already stayed in my heart.
Job hunting has always been a headache for college students.Though many graduates are employed right after graduation, someare not.Most serious of all, some still have no idea where to go working even a long time after graduation.
The reasons for this phenomenon are various.On the one hand,a few years ago colleges and universities enrolled so many students in popular majors,such as economy,finance and so on that the number of graduates was greater than the need in the market.On the other hand, most graduates would rather stay in large cities without suitablejob to do thango to the country.
I reckon this problem can be solved if both colleges and students take measures.First, they should research the market and develop special skills to suit its need.Second, students'attitude towards employment should be changed. They should go to small cities and country.There they can also give full play to their professional knowledge.In a word, if we pay muchattention the situation can be improved.
范文四、关于代沟 Generation Gsp
Though manyaspets of our socil life have been improved, the generation gap between the youths and the olders remain and even grows wider.
In my opinion, because of theifluence of individualism fomwesterncvilization the youths do not blindly ollowwhat theelders say,thatcauses the gap.Theyoung arecreative and revolutionary,always go along with the trend and like changing. While the old, accustomed to everything of the past are hostileto change.Alsowith more andmore different beliefsand philosophical ideas,it isnatural theyoung hold different opinions from the old.
Ithinkinorder to narrow the gap,both patsshould try to understand and respect each other,intead of tying to change others as theywish Diversiydoesntmeanconfitso long as they hold therght titude towards the problems.
范文五∶ 给孩子配手机 Giving Children Cell hones
More and more children are showing up at school each September with cel phones.
those working parents altte sense of control and securityto know when their children are off campus and on their way home.
But having a cell phone might bea problem.Parents may find themselves facinga frightening bill at the end of the month.The reason chattig on the phone and sending text messages can soon become the favorite pastime of preteensand teenagers. Worsesil, ell phones in schools can lead to cdassroom distractions, text-message cheating and inappropriate photographs.
Knowing their children can always be reached isreassuringfor parents.But before buying their chid acellphone,Ithink parents should decideif thechidis elycapable of managng his or her own phone Besides, parentalcontrol must be exercised in the use of the phone Forexample they should setlimits onhowlong thechld isallwed to stayon the phone。