Pearson Test of English - Summarize Written Text (Practice Exercise 4)

Pearson Test of English – Summarize Written Text (Practice Exercise 4)

Summarize Written Text In One Sentence – Read the passage first and then summarize it in one sentence. The single sentence will be between 5 to 75 words. Share your own summary through comment box. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage. Here is Pearson Test of English – Summarize Written Text (Practice Exercise 4).

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Pearson Test of English - Summarize Written Text (Practice Exercise 4)

QUESTION 1

# Read and summarize written text in your words.

Under the present system of mass education by classes, too much stress is laid on teaching and too little on active learning. The child is not encouraged to discover on his own powers, thus losing intellectual independence and all capacity to judge for himself. The over-taught child is the advertising-believing propaganda-swallowing, demagogue-led man. Moreover, lessons in class leave him mainly unoccupied. He has to be coerced into learning what does not interest him and the information acquired mechanically is rapidly forgotten. Quite naturally, lessons in class keep him only superficially preoccupied, keeping the mind largely unoccupied of ideas. A strict external discipline becomes necessary unless there is to be chaos and pandemonium. The child learns to obey, not to control himself. He loses moral as well as intellectual independence.

Such are the main defects in the current system of mass education. Many others could be mentioned but these are defects of detail. We need a new system of universal education of the same kind as proved itself so successful in the training of detectives and infants, but modified so as to be suitable for older boys and girls. We need a system of individual education.

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Sample Answer 1 – We need a system of individual education since the current system of mass education does not leave room for discovering on his own capability instead, gives information read to eat.

Sample Answer 2 – The current mass education system stresses more on teaching and not on the child actively learning, and the lessons, unwillingly imposed on the child leads to his mind being unoccupied, consequently, the child loses his ability to think or judge for himself, and hence, it is necessary to come up with a new system of individual education, similar to the training of detectives or infants.

Sample Answer 3 – There is a need to change the current mass education system to individual education system while considering the children capabilities such as discipline, moral status, and intellectual independence.

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QUESTION 2

# Read and summarize written text in your words.

Chinese experts have clearly studied the Pershing II exhaustively, including its terminal guidance system.They may well have accessed and incorporated and/or emulated many of its specific technologies in their ASBM development efforts, including the missile’s shape and its unusually large maneuver fins. Beyond that, open sources reveal few reliable details about Chinese ASBM sensors, MARVs, and related parameters and capabilities. Available Chinese technical writings are typically historical or theoretical in nature. Many contain basic research that demonstrates the understanding of mathematical algorithms used to calculate maneuver. Some appear to integrate Pershing II-related diagrams directly. Few document specific Chinese developments or more complex calculations pertaining to a realistic operational environment. A classic “bath tub” pattern over time—involving a dip in the availability of such sources and a transformation of their contents—suggests that this lack of information stems not from Chinese limitations per se but rather an effort to conceal sensitive details. In sum, this appears to be a case in which open sources paint a useful picture overall, but do not reveal all the specifics.

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