"In the name of God"




             Shiraz University
            Engineering School
   Chemical Engineering Department
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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                              Page 1

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                   Page 2

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                     Page 3

  Topic 3: Peopl...
Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                     Page 4

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                 Page 5

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                       Page 6

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                         Page 7

  Topic 7_1: Do you agree or...
Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                                 Page 8

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                          Page 9

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                          Page 10

  Topic 9: Argument:
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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                          Page 11

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                            Page 12

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Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh                                                          Page 13

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  1. 1. "In the name of God" Shiraz University Engineering School Chemical Engineering Department Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Senior Student of Chemical And Petroleum Engineering Department Shiraz University Shiraz, Iran Caution: This copy of the booklet may have a few mistakes, as it is the first edition! Fall 2008
  2. 2. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 1 “Writing Book” Mohammad Mehdi Loolia: “A piece of writing without punctuation is like a road without signs.” *** Topic 1: What are the characteristics of a good teacher? Give reasons to support your idea. (Reasons: knowledge & convey the meaning – behavior) No one can ever deny the significance of teachers in every system of education, as they are basically responsible for educating the future generations. Needless to say, teachers should have a number of specific characteristics in order to do their duties in the best possible way. In this essay, we plan to examine the most important qualities which enables a teacher to do his/her job properly. First and foremost, the ability to teach properly is basically one of the most significant characteristics of every teacher, which is because the lack of this ability may contribute to many significant problems in the process of students learning. In this regard, a good teacher should not only have a reasonable level of knowledge in the course which he/she is teaching, but he/she should also have the ability to convey the subject to the students very well. In many cases, the teacher’s performance has been regarded as far from satisfactory not because of poor knowledge, but because of the inability to make the students understand the materials.  
  3. 3. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 2 Topic 2: How do you relieve stress in your life? Give reasons and examples to support your response. (Reasons: having hobbies – travelling – some medical activities: drinking cold water, deep breath) Stress and stress-related diseases are basically regarded as an indispensible part of human life in modern societies, resulting from the characteristics of life in the industrialized world. This problem may contribute to more serious mental disorders if it is not tackled properly, which makes it necessary for people to take a number of actions in order to control their stress. In this essay, we intend to examine a number of ways which, in my point of view, can lead to (result in) less stress in human life. In the first place, it should be noted that having a suitable hobby can play a very significant role in reducing stress and tension in one’s life, which is mainly because such an activity would often distract the attention of the person from the factors which cause stress to other areas. As an illustration, consider the effects of listening to music on one’s mental health. According to most psychologists, the people who listen to music on a permanent basis are far less likely to suffer from stress and similar mental disorders. Likewise (in the same way, by the same token), doing a sport, reading books and joining a club can result in the reduction of stress in one’s life.  
  4. 4. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 3 Topic 3: People work for many reasons. Making money is one reason for working. What other reasons do you think people work for? (Reasons: fulfill social and personal needs – use our skills and abilities – success at work may compensate for failure in other aspects of life)(Compensate for = ‫)ﺧﻨﺜﯽ ﮐﺮدن‬ No one can ever deny the significance of work in human life, as it makes the person have financial independence and, more importantly, a social position. While earning money is generally regarded as a very significant driving force of working, it would be wrong to assume that people choose to work in the society only in order to improve their financial condition. Indeed, I am of the opinion that working can have a wide range of positive effects on ones’ mental health. First and foremost, work is regarded as one of the most important needs of human kind because this activity makes it possible for him/her to fulfill a number of personal and social needs in the society. Human beings, for example, need to be seen and respected by other people, a social need, which contributes to a feeling of self confidence and self satisfaction in the course of time, a personal need. Having a job may create the circumstances under which these mental needs are fulfilled properly, which illustrates what a significant role work plays in human life.  
  5. 5. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 4 Topic 4: women are not able to have a successful social position and, at the same time, raise their family properly. How far do you agree? Give reasons and examples to support your response. (BE OPENMINDED) ** Technical ** (Reasons: if women, who go to university, don’t work, waste time and money – it is wrong to believe that raising the family is the duty of women – social role helps women raise their family better) Over the past few decades, women have played a very significant social role in many countries of the world. Today, we can see women in the highest ranks of specialty and management in developed countries. The social phenomenon may have raised a number of concerns among those who believe that the social responsibilities of women would prevent them from doing their duties to their family. However, I hold the view that it would be wrong to ignore the potential of women as half of the active work force in every society, as it will contribute to very significant problems for the society in general and women in particular. To begin with, the significance increase in the number of women who receive higher education makes it necessary to give some social responsibilities to women. By way of illustration, it should be noted that girls account for a considerable proportion of university students receiving academic education in many countries of the world. Considering the fact that tertiary education imposes a very heavy financial burden on the state, it would be nothing but waste of time, money and resources to deprive women of social responsibilities, as it means eliminating half of the educated workforce in the country.  
  6. 6. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 5 Topic 5: University should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every major. How far do you agree?!(DISAGREEMENT) (Reasons: some majors are suitable for men and some are suitable for women – those majors in which the equal number of male and female students can participate must be based on competition) No one can ever deny that in a civilized society, every person should have the opportunity to improve in different aspects of life, regardless of his/her race, religion and, most importantly, gender. This fact, however, may give rise to an assumption that universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in order to provide similar educational facilities for both genders. In my point of view, a wide range of different factors can determine the proportion of male and female students in different university majors, which makes it necessary for university authorities to consider different aspects when they decide on how to allocate different majors to boys and girls. To begin with, it should be considered that a number of university majors are more suitable for one gender than the other one, which is mainly because of the natural differences between men and women. Male students, for example, have proven to be more successful in the majors which involve practical skills, such as civil engineering, architecture and general surgery. Female students, on the other hand, are far more successful in the majors in which feelings and emotions come first including teaching small children, nursing and some arts. Under such circumstances, it wouldn’t seem sensible to insist on accepting the same number of male and female students in every major.  
  7. 7. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 6 Topic 6: Parents are the best teachers. How far do you agree?! (AGREEMENT) (Reasons: they pass their first years of life with their parents and the speed of learning in those years is very high – they are together for a long time–they like to have the same pattern as parents) Needless to say, parents play a very significant, if not the most significant, role in one’s life, as their method of treatment would often have long-term effects on their children. While I would not deny the importance of school teachers and academic education, I hold the view that ones’ behavior is affected by his/her parents more than any other factor, which means parents are the best teachers. … The last but not the least, children are affected by their parents more than any other teacher mainly because parents are the most outstanding role models in human life. According to many psychologists, children and teenagers imitate the behavior of their parents automatically, an imitation which may even happen unintentionally. As a consequence, the manners, ways of speech and even gestures and facial expressions of parents are transferred to their children, which illustrates the significance educational role of parents in our life.  
  8. 8. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 7 Topic 7_1: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?! Face-to-face communication is better than other types of communication, such as letters, e- mail, or telephone calls. (AGREEMENT) The significant developments in technology have made it possible for human kind to communicate in a wide range of different ways, such as email, text messages and telephone, which have been added to more conventional methods of communication like sending letters. While it may seem that such advances have reduced the importance and necessity of face to face communication, I am of the opinion that this natural method of communicating with other people has a number of characteristics which are rarely, if not never, found in other ways of communication.  
  9. 9. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 8 Topic 7_2: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?! Face-to-face communication is better than other types of communication, such as letters, e- mail, or telephone calls. (AGREEMENT) (Reasons: convey not only words, but also feelings and emotions – it can prevent misunderstanding – fulfill the mental needs) According to psychologists, human communication is basically a very complex phenomenon which is affected by a wide range of different factors. Face to face communication, as the most natural and frequent method of communicating with others, has a number of significant characteristics which enable human kind to convey not only words, but also feelings, emotions and attitudes. In my point of view, such a quality is almost never found in other ways of communication, which makes it far better than the other methods. … Furthermore, face to face communication includes a number of tools, such as gestures, facial expressions and the tone of voice, which help the speaker convey the exact meaning precisely without running the risk of causing misunderstanding in the speech. Such tools are rarely found in other methods of communication, especially modern ones like e-mail and text messages. As a consequence, those people who communicate with each other face to face are far less likely to misunderstand each other, which is basically regarded as one of the most significance advantages of this way of communication. …  
  10. 10. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 9 Topic 8: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?! One should never judge a person by external appearances. (AGREEMENT) It is generally accepted that our impressions of other people are formed by their appearance, way of speaking and, in the course of time, behavior. While one’s appearance plays a very important role in social contacts, I hold the view that it would be wrong to judge other people only by external appearances, as the complex nature of human kind should often make such judgments unreliable, superficial and misleading.  
  11. 11. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 10 Topic 9: Argument: Study alone / study with other people Discuss both views. No one can ever rule out the significance of a proper method of studying in ones’ success. However, there seems to be very little agreement about the best way to study. While some people prefer to focus on their studies alone, others find it more sensible to form study groups and revise their lessons with their classmates. Needless to say, both groups have their own arguments.  
  12. 12. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 11 Topic 10: Some people believe that the earth is being damaged by human activity. Others feel that human activity makes the earth a better place to live. What is your opinion?! Throughout history, human kind has made very significant changes on the earth in order to customize this place according to his/her needs, interests and ideals. Today, however, there seem to be a wide range of different, and sometimes opposite, points of view about the interference of human kind in the nature…  
  13. 13. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 12 Topic 11: Argument: Capital punishment (Adv. and Disadv.) Throughout history, capital punishment has been regarded as one of the most common methods of punishment in almost all parts of the world. Today, however, there seem to be very different attitudes to this method of punishment. While death penalty has been abolished in many developed countries, there are a certain number of (few) countries which still apply capital punishment on a regular basis, mainly in order to maintain security in their societies.  
  14. 14. Gathered by: Farhad Varzandeh Page 13 Topic 12: Argument: CC TVs and Cameras in public places? (Adv. and Disadv.) The increasing rate of crime in human societies has made it necessary for governments to take a number of preventive actions in order to tackle this problem, one of which is the application of closed circuit cameras in public places. This course of action, however, has provoked a great deal of controversy in many countries of the world. While, many politicians and security officials are in favor of this action, many human rights communities and citizens are bitterly opposed to this policy, describing it as intrusive and restrictive. This essay is intended to examine both views and reach a sensible conclusion.  

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