作文题目： Social Practice for College Students
Nowadays, college students are required to take part in some social practice, such as being an assistant in companies, or doing surveys, especially during the holidays. Social practice is gradually becoming more essential for China’s higher education. However, social practice has both advantages and disadvantages for college students.
On the one hand, it provides students more opportunities to contact with the real world off-campus;Besides, it helps students to grasp some practical skills, especially communication skills, which is an essential supplement to on-campus study; Moreover, social practice can widen students’ vision. On the other hand, the negative effects can not be neglected: students’ major task is learning knowledge, while curiosity about off-campus world may distract them; Sometimes social practice is even treated unseriously and becomes a waste of time;Furthermore, the students may be faced with dangers unexpectedly.
Despite the potential negative effects of social practice, I strongly support social practice for college students, since as a whole,the benefits overwhelm the likely harm. Two heads are better than one, if students, schools, and the society join hands together, social practice can be carried out more effectively and better armed students for the society can be expected.
作文题目：About Online course
Online course, as a new teaching method based on computer and Internet,allows teachers to give classes from a distance away.It is becoming more than popular in colleges and universities,and acts as an effective complement to traditional teaching.
However, opinions on it differ from teachers to students.Generally, teachers support it for two reasons: Firstly, online course can be conducted at home or office and this offers great convenience to teachers.Secondly, online course releases teachers from repeating the same contents since the video or audio material can be played time and again.
However, many students have opposite standpoints: In the first place, with online course, they lack face-to-face communications with teachers and their confusion cannot be solved instantly.In addition, the computer system cannot be guaranteed to work stably all the time.What’s more, they do not have 100 percent confidence in their self-discipline without teachers being around to supervise.
Personally, with the college students growing up, if the traditional teaching method and the modern ones like on-line course can be combined together, more fruitful education is sure to be realized.
作文题目：Hobbies and Interests
From Monday until Friday most people are busy working or studying, but in the evenings and on weekends they are free to relax and enjoy themselves. Some watch television or go to the movies; others participate in sports. It depends on individual interests. There are many different ways to spend our spare time.
Almost everyone has some kind of hobby. It may be anything from collecting stamps to making model airplanes. Some hobbies are worth a lot of money; others are valuable only to their owners.
I know a man who has a coin collection worth several thousand yuan. A short time ago he bought a rare ten-yuan piece worth 250 yuan. He was very happy about the purchase and thought the price was reasonable. On the other hand, my son collects match boxes. He has almost 600 of them but I doubt if they are worth any money. However, to my son they are extremely valuable. Nothing makes him happier than to find a new match-box for his collection.
That's what a hobby means, I guess. It is something we like to do in our spare time simply for the fun of it. The value in money is not important, but the pleasure it gives us is.
作文题目：False News Reports
It’s not uncommon that some journalists make up false or misleading stories about celebrities, illnesses, crimes, etc. Take celebrities for example.'Monkey King' actor Zhang Jinlai, better known by his stage name, Liu Xiao Ling Tong, was once reported dead several years ago. And today, he was involved in the other false news——CCTV's Lunar New Year's eve gala acturally uninviting him.
People may wonder why so many journalists cook up false stories. More often than not, the reason is all about personal interests. Most journalists create misleading news in order to draw public attention so as to make themselves more popular or to win certain prizes. To achieve these goals, they try to get something out of nothing and rumour about famous figures regardless of those people’s privacy.
Now, it’s high time for China’s journalism supervisory bodies to deal with the false news reports. They should take stringent measures to prevent all possible false news. For instance, journalists who are found to manipulate news should be severely punished and could be banned from news writing for ten years or more.