Describe a subject that you like most
You should say:
- What it is
- Where you study/studied it
- What you base learned from it
- And explain why it is your favorite
My favorite subject is biology. I have studied this subject for three years since the first grade of senior high school. I have always been fascinated by nature and I like all kinds of plants and animals. I began to raise dogs, birds and cats when I was only 5 years old.
The biology class unveils a more complicated world of nature. For the first time I got to know what the ecosystem is and how it runs. All the species on earth have evolved into their present forms for centuries. According to the principle of the survival of the fittest, some of them survived and others just disappeared such as dinosaurs.
Human being is also part of the nature. Since the origin of mankind still remains a controversy. I am always furious about the human body and the genes that control our physical characteristic. Many scientists are carrying out research on genetic code which is the arrangement of genes that decides how we will develop and how one person is completely different from another. Once the code is deciphered those fatal diseases such as cancer and heart attacks will no longer he incurable. I am also interested in the cloning technology. The Korean scientists just announced the birth of a cloned dog. Though some people argue that cloning is ethically and morally wrong. I believe it is inevitable that cloning will play an important part in our life in the future for it can be used in various ways to benefit human lives. I hope one day I could work in this area.
So you could see how biology is so special and intriguing for me.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
Which subjects do you think should be optional and which should be compulsory?
I suppose that each subject has its own role to play in the personal growth of students, so there is no need to play down certain subjects while encouraging students to leant more of something. The curriculum should be designed based on the individual interests and tastes of each student. Only when they are passionate and enthusiastic about something can they achieve the best productivity.
How do you feel about the modern biological technology?
There are some advantages of biological technology. It hugely benefits people’s life; with this technology people can invent better medicines to cure people’s diseases and make plants or farm animals grow faster. However, I think there are many potential dangers. It isn’t necessarily a good thing to change the genes of certain species and clone animals. I don’t think people can change the natural rules totally. Biological technology may bring disasters to human beings if it is not properly used.
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