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Research on ELT

It is submitted to fulfill Research on ELT assignment

Submitted by:
Indrianisafitri
(2223120952)

VI B

ENGLISH DEPARTEMENT
TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION FACULTY
SULTAN AGENG TIRTAYASA STATE UNIVERSITY
2015

The graphs below give information about computer ownership as a percentage of the
population between 2002 and 2010, and by level of education for the years 2002 and 2010.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make
comparisons where relevant.
The graphs show the information about the percentage of computer ownership from
2002 to 2010 based on the population, and it is also show the comparison of percentage of the
computer ownership by education level in 2002 and 2010.
In 2002, the amount of people who owned the computer approximately 55%. From
2002 to 2010, the ownership of computer was significantly increased, in 2010 it became 75%,
it was 20% higher than in 2002. The graph is also show that every two years the increasing of
computer ownership was regularly 5%.
Postgraduate qualification was the highest user of computer rather than other level of
education.in 2002, postgraduate qualification owned the computer 80%, while the lowest
ownership was no high school diploma category which was 15%. From year to year it was
increased significantly, in 2010 the ownership of computer became 95%, it rose 15% from
2002. Other categories such as no high school diploma, high school graduate, college
(incomplete) and bachelor degree are also increased regularly by 15 % from 2002 to 2010.
In conclusion, the ownership of computer based on population and also by level of education
was increased regularly and stable without fluctuation.
A person's worth nowadyas seems to be judged according to social status and material
possessions. The old-fashioned

values, such as honor, kindness and trust, no longer seem

important. To what degree do you agree or disagree with this opinion?


Peoples attitudes towards moral principles have been changed in this highly
competitive age. The long-cherished traditional virtues like kindness, trust are no longer
emphasized. Instead, achieving high social status and accumulating great material wealth turn
to be the life-long pursuit of a large number of people. I am going to analyze the adversity
brought by this moral corruption on the society and family.

Undoubtedly, the prevalent money-oriented mentality has exerted detrimental impacts


on industries and the society as well. It is a commonplace that some enterprises adopt
immoral or even illegal means to make profits in a short time. An extreme example is the
scandal of poisonous yogurt inChinarecently. The edible gelatin, one important ingredient of
yogurt, is substituted with toxic one for industrial use so as to decrease the costs. By doing
this, those manufacturers seemingly accumulate their fortune in a shorter time than their
counterparts do; however, they are actually jeopardizing the interests of their own and the
entire industry as well in that customers will stop purchasing this sort of products.
As for individuals, overemphasis on wealth and fame alienates people from their
friends, neighbors and even family members. Overworking for long time, one can hardly
spare any time and energy to be with his family and friends, not alone notice who lives nextdoor. More disturbingly, the whole society now is suffering from the loss of trust brought by
overly pursuing fame and money. Few people would offer their helping hands to others in
need as they were either cheated by someone who took advantage of their kindness or are
acquainted with this sort of stories from media coverage.
Given that the overemphasis on individual material wealth and social status has
caused sever social problems, it is imperative to revitalize the traditional virtues. Of course,
the government and media are supposed to play an active role in this campaign.