2013—2014—1 天津一中高二英语 作文讲评 1
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother
Sample 1 (A12 陈思臣) Recently, a book called Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother has
caught many people’s attention. The author, Amy Chua, who is a Chinese American professor of Yale, managed to cause te discussion on whether Chinese way or American way is better for children’s education, using her story about raising her two daughters in a traditional Chinese way. The book came out in the year 2010 and was introduced into China at the start of 2011. According to the latest news, Amy’s elder daughter has just got the offers from both Yale and Harvard. To some extent, it seems that the traditional Chinese way has received great achievement, but most Chinese moms doesn’t agree with what author did because its brutality. Sample 2 (A12 曹庭赫) Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, which was written by Amy Chua, professor of Yale, first came out in 2010. In the book, the Chinese American tells of how she has brought up her two daughters with traditional Chinese methods, leading to a wide range of discussion on whether Chinese or American ways to educate are better to the kids. It became available on Chinese market at the start of 2011 and soon became one of the best sellers in the country known for strict and stressful education. Most Chinese mothers, to everyone’s surprise, held a negative attitude towards the Tiger Mother’s methods, for they would rather let children grow up in a happier and freer atmosphere. Despite all the disagreement and criticism, Amy Chua’s 17-year-old daughter has received offers from Harvard and Yale. Sample 3 (A 12 曾奕博) Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, a book written by Amy Chua, a Chinese American professor from Yale, has captured the attention of the public since its coming out in 2010. The story that Chua’s two daughters have been educated in a traditional Chinese way arouses a heated discussion on strengths and weaknesses between Chinese and American method of teaching. The Chinese version was on sale at the beginning of 2011, however, only to get the result that most mothers in China tend to disapprove of the measures Chua took.. Hence, when words came that the 17-year-old elder daughter had been admitted to Yale and Harvard, the public are lost in a deeper thought than it has ever been. Sample 4 (A 11 陈硕) The book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, which came out in 2010, now leads to a discussion about the difference between Chinese education style and American education style. The writer, Amy Chua as a Chinese American and a professor in Yale, recorded the story that she educated her two daughters in a traditional Chinese way. However, with the Chinese version available at the beginning of 2011, most of Chinese mothers don’t agree with what the writer did despite the fact that Amy’s 17-year-old elder daughter has been admitted by both Yale and Harvard. Sample 5 (A11 陈晓宇) A book entitled Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother was published in 2010. Its author is Amy Chua, a Chinese American and professor in Yale, who tells of stories in her book about how she educates her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way. Its publication has sparkled a debate as
to which way of educating is superior, the traditional Chinese way or the American way. The Chinese version of the book came onto market in China in early 2011, but surprisingly a vast majority of Chinese mothers are not in favor of the writer’s practice despite the fact the Amy’s elder daughter, 17 years old, has been admitted to both Harvard and Yale. Sample 6 (A 11 李铂垚) The book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, which was published in 2010 is written by Amy Chua, a Chinese American professor in Yale. The content includes the experiences of the author bringing up her two daughters in a traditional Chinese way, which leads to a discussion and argument about the advantages and disadvantages between the Chinese and American educational method. In addition, the book began to be on sale in China in the early 2011. To everyone’s surprise, most Chinese mothers hold negative attitude to what the author did, even if the method has made great achievements—her 17-year-old elder mother has been admitted to both Yale and Harvard. Sample 7 (A 10 任冬旭) Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother written by a Chinese American called Amy Chua was first published in 2010. The author who works in Yale University as a professor tells us a story about how she educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way, which leads to a heated discussion on which educational method is better, the Chinese one or the American one. In 2011, the Chinese edition of this book came out in China. To everyone’s surprise, most of the mothers in China hold an opposite opinion to the book. But according to the latest news, the author’s elder daughter has been accepted by both Harvard and Yale at the age of 17. Sample 8 (A 9 曹欣然) Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, published in 2010, is written by Amy Chua, a Chinese American who is now a professor in Yale. Amy Chua tells of her own story about how she has educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way in the book. The book soon caused a discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of Chinese and American education. After the book coming out in Chinese a year later, to our surprise, most Chinese mothers tended to show their negative attitude towards Amy’s way of teaching. However, according to the latest news, the writer’s 17-year-old elder daughter has been admitted to both Harvard and Yale. Sample 9 (A 7 李雨桐) Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother written by a Chinese American named Amy Chua, a Yale University professor, came out in 2010 in the USA and has brought about widespread concern without a doubt. It is surely based on an honest story of the author’s experience in sparing no effort to educate her two daughters in what she described as a traditional Chinese upbringing way. It also has led to a heated discussion over which one is better, Chinese or American ways of education. But to our surprise, the majority of Chinese mothers were against her views when the book went into China in early 2011. However, the latest news showed that her daughter of 17 years old had been admitted to Harvard and Yale, which seemed to have proved her success in education.
2013—2014—1 天津一中高二英语 作文讲评 1
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother
Sample 10 (A3 张沛锦) Recently there’s a book that tells a story how the writer uses Chinese traditional educating way to teach her two daughters, which draws people’s attention and even causes a discussion on whether Chinese educating style is better than that of America. Amy Chua, the writer of the book and professor of Yale, is a Chinese American and had the booked published in 2010. To people’s surprise, as the Chinese version was available in China in early 2011, most Chinese mothers weren’t in favour of what Amy did in her book. Instead, they stick to their own methods which are less strict. In spite of that, the latest news shows that Amy’s elder daughter aged 17 has been admitted to both Yale and Harvard. Sample 11 (A2 陈栎杉) A book named Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother came out in 2010, in which the writer, Amy Chua, a professor of Yale, tells the story of her personal experience of educating her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way. As soon as the Chinese version began to sell in 2011, the book aroused the attention of the public and led to a keen discussion on the issue whether the Chinese education is better than the American one. Surprisingly, most Chinese parents stand against this ruthless way of education, even though the latest news come out that Amy’s seventeenth-year-old daughter is accepted both by Harvard and Yale. Sample 12 (A2 张瑞佳) In 2010, the publication of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother has aroused a heated controversy about the differences between Chinese and American education modes and their respective merits. As the author of this sensational book, Amy Chua, a Chinese American working for Yale as a professor, vividly recorded her bittersweet experience in bringing up her two daughters in the traditional Chinese way. The Chinese version has been on sale since early 2011. But much to our surprise, most Chinese mothers hold a negative attitude to it. While the battle between the two education styles is till in a full swing, a latest report showed that Chua’s 17-year-old daughter has got her offers from Yale and Harvard. Sample 13 (A 5 耿丹) Recently there is a book coming out in China and drawing people’s attention. Written by Amy Chua, a Chinese American and professor of Yale University, this book named Battle Hymn of Tiger Mother talks about how the writer educated her two daughters in the traditional Chinese style, and unexpectedly caused a discussion on which is better, American style or Chinese style. As its Chinese version was available in China at the beginning of 2011, to Amy’s surprise, most Chinese mothers aren’t in favour of what the writer did in her book. However, according to the latest news, Amy’s elder daughter has been admitted to both Harvard University and Yale University by now.
Sample 14 (A 5 杨悦宁) Battle Hymn of the Tiger, the book published in 2010, is written by Amy Chua as a Chinese American and professor of Yale University. In her book, Amy Chua tells the story about how she raises two daughters in her own traditional Chinese way and the book aroused a discussion about the differences between Chinese and American education methods. Chinese readers have already read the book since its Chinese version was published in early 2011. To our surprise, a large number of Chinese mothers reckon that Amy’s education method isn’t suitable for their children. Nevertheless, the latest news is that Amy’s 17-year-old daughter has been received by Harvard and Yale. 常见错误： 1. A book published in 2010 and caused a discussion. 2. A book had been first published in 2010 3. old/ older daughter 4. a Chinese American profession 5. Chinese issue 6. A book which written by …. 7. The book tells a story about the writer educated/educate/educates her two daughters has caused a discussion 8. …has been admitted by Yale 9. the book’s publishment made a discussion that between American and Chinese education style which is better. 10. … has been enrolled/recruited by Harvard 11. a book broke out 12. by Chinese education way 13. educate her daughters with Chinese education 14. the book was came out in 2010 15. …leading to a discussion whether the ways of Chinese or American education are good or not 16. lead to the discussion that which is better or worse between the means of educating in Chinese way and American one. 17. The mother is really successful because of the fact that is the writer’s 17-year-old daughter has already been admitted to Harvard and Yale. 18. By talking about teaching the two daughters in traditional Chinese way, the book has led to a heated discussion about teaching the children in which way is better. 19. It leads to people to discuss the Chinese education compares with the American’s which is better.
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