Recent Writing task 2 Question & IELTS April 2017
- April 21, 2020
- Posted by: ielts
- Category: Writing Tips
This article contains a recent IELTS Writing task 2 question appeared in the year 2017.
The Writing Task 2 of the IELTS test requires you to write at least 250 words. In Writing Task 2 You will be presented with a topic and will be tested on your ability to respond by giving and justifying an opinion, discussing the topic, summarizing details, outlining problems, identifying possible solutions and supporting what you write with reasons, arguments and relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
The assessment of Writing Task 2 Task 2 carries more weight in marking than Task 1. Writing scripts are marked by trained and certificated IELTS examiners. The question as appeared on the cue card of Writing Task 2 was-
More & more people are moving away from an agricultural background to relocate to cities in order to look for work. What will be the consequences of this? What solution can you offer ?
- While writing an essay, Make a note of following things
- Make sure you make 4 to 5 paragraphs in writing an answer.
- The academic vocabulary should be good.
- Remember 250 words is the word limit. You may lose out on marks if the word limit exceeds or lessens.
- Plan your answer for five minutes.
- Identify the issues in the essay question.
- Brain storming main points
- Choosing the best main points
- Planning the supportive points
- adjusting your paragraphs.
I am attaching a model answer for writing task 2 for the given question here.
Cities are often viewed as hub of opportunities which accelerates the phenomena of rural -urban migration. economies undergo structural transformations. The movement of people primarily for better employment opportunities becomes inevitable. If properly managed, this trend can be safe else it might culminate into a gradual degradation . Specially, of the farming fraternity.
The impact of migration brings both opportunities & challenges for area of origin. Also, transit & destination. To begin with, the rural areas will risk losing the younger & more often dynamic . The share of their workforce will improve. Whereas the urban destination on the other hand can impose a challenge for local authorities. Specially, to provide quality public services for not only the migrants. And, also of the already existing population. This will further strain the natural resource base.
Initiatives needs to be undertaken before the situation gets out of control. The government must work to create alternative & sustainable livelihood options. Especially,in rural areas with special focus on women & youth. For example, how promoting local industries at the district level & later on by focusing on the town level can help mitigate the consequences. Providing 24 hours electricity, good education with moral values & basic infrastructure. Examples.such as good roadways & transport system. They will make it easily accessible to the rural population & thereby prevent this demographic shift.
To conclude with, root cause of distress migration is am important thing to find out. And resolve the problem before the farming community gets into a further precarious situation