IELTS Task 2 Band 9 Sample Essay- Student Behaviour

Here is a sample band 9 task 2 essay on the topic of student behaviour.

In many countries schools have severe problems with student behaviour.

What do you think are the causes of this?

What solutions can you suggest?

In numerous nations educational institutions are facing serious difficulties with the conduct of their pupils. This essay will suggest that poor parenting is the root cause of this phenomenon and submit that a public awareness campaign is the most viable solution, followed by a reasoned conclusion.

The principal cause of poor discipline in schools is poor discipline at home. Many mothers and fathers either do not have the time or the skills required to teach their youngsters the value of manners and respecting authority. This results in many young people not listening to their teachers, being rude and actively rebelling against rules and regulations. For example, a recent study by Cambridge University found that 1 in 3 teenagers would refuse to comply with a rule if they didn’t agree with it, compared to just 1 in 8 in a similar study in 1990.

The most practical solution to this problem is a government sponsored awareness campaign. An effective advertising campaign could warn of the dangers of misbehaviour and hopefully raise awareness amongst the public.  For example, the United Kingdom recently lobbied their citizens to teach their children about the importance of respecting teachers and this resulted in a dramatic improvement.

In summary, widespread negative behaviour in the classroom has been caused by caregivers not instilling the values of deference and civility in their offspring; however this can be tackled through a public education programme that promotes these values. It is also recommended that people should attend parenting classes before their child starts kindergarten.

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4 Comments

  1. Shimul says

    Thanks Sabbir Ahmed for asking the same question that I was intending to do. Thanks Chris also for a clean clarification. That means it is not required to write an experience or research example actually conducted as long as it is relevant to the topic given. Chris, are the examples given in the above essay true or imaginary?

  2. Shabbir ahmed says

    what example should be given when the question asks of own experience?

    1. christopherpell444 says

      Use your own experience or simply make one up. The IELTS examiner does not care about honesty, only your English ability. However, the story should be plausible and as specific as possible.

  3. ssabzz says

    This one really helped because it works like a stabled format that can be used time and again.. Thank you sir Chris!

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