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  In order to adapt to the life in university and succeed, if you are a freshman, which method do you think is better:
 
  ①attending a one-week orientation or introduction program when you are in the university campus, and it will begin before you have the classes.
 
  ②Meeting regularly at your first year with a student in your major field who has entered the university for several years.
 
  Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
 
  Model Essay
 
  (作者:王茜)
 
  It is always joyful and delightful for high school graduates to get enrolled in their ideal university after fierce college entrance competition. However, it is not uncommon for these freshmen to encounter some difficulties when they really want to settle down in the school. Therefore, when it comes to the way that can better help students adapt to their university life, two choices have surfaced----attending an orientation program before classes or having regular meetings with senior students who are in the same major within the first year. Though some people may prefer the introduction program, I strongly insist on the latter choice.
 
  First and foremost, communicating with senior students regularly enables freshmen to acclimatize themselves to campus life more easily. Actually, the major reason why students have difficulties in fitting in university life in their first year is that the school is totally unfamiliar to them. In other words, they will be confused about many things in the school, including how to use the dining card in the canteen, which path can help them get to the library within a short time and so forth. Fortunately, students who have already lived in the school for a long time are able to offer freshmen help with regard to these issues. Hence, with these problems tackled, freshmen are more likely to get integrated into their university life at the very beginning. On the other hand, the orientation program may only provide relatively official introduction about the campus life, which is neither detailed nor practical enough to freshmen.
 
  Furthermore, freshmen’s academic performance in university can be enhanced if they have regular meetings with senior students who major in the same field with them. In fact, it is common that university courses are more complex than those in high schools and probing into a specific major deeply is stressful as well. Usually, many senior students are aware of the difficulties in their major and may have already figured out the methods that can help them better understand and digest knowledge. Thus, their experience in the aspect of the major learning can play a crucial role in helping freshmen keep pace with the study progress as beginners. On the contrary, the introduction program in the first week usually offers little information concerning students’ major knowledge because instead of aiming at specific major students, it is designed for all the freshmen in that year.
 
  Admittedly, orientation program is not without its advantages. For instance, freshmen can develop their interpersonal relationship with their peers through attending the program together and will know what the campus is like before starting their study in school. Nonetheless, a week is far from enough for freshmen to interact with others as intimate friends and to have a deep knowledge of campus life because they are even unaware of their problems and difficulties that they may confront. Instead, regular communication with senior students within a year enables freshmen to solve their problems that gradually appear as they advance their study and life in school.
 
  To conclude, I am convinced that meeting senior students in the same major regularly in students’ first year in university can bring more benefits to freshmen in respect of their adaptation to campus life and to major study as well.
 
  ----546 word
 
  重点词汇
 
  ◆ Get enrolled in
 
  v. 被...录取
 
  Scarcely did students get enrolled in boarding schools, the teachers would exert greater control over children’s study and daily lives.
 
  ◆ Fierce
 
  adj. 凶猛的;猛烈的;暴躁的
 
  Consumers have a wide array of choices and price competition is fierce.
 
  ◆ Encounter
 
  vt. 遭遇,邂逅,遇到
 
  We encounter so many problems in work.
 
  ◆ Surface
 
  vi. 浮出水面
 
  Two choices have surfaced after drastic discussion.
 
  ◆ Acclimatize oneself to
 
  v. 使...适应新环境
 
  I believe they will quickly acclimatize themselves to the new school.
 
  ◆ Integrate
 
  vi. 成为一体,融入
 
  The committee integrated some of the suggestions into its plan.
 
  ◆ Probe into
 
  v. 探究,探索
 
  Innovation of this text is to probe into some unexplored issues.
 
  ◆ Confront
 
  vt. 面对,遭遇
 
  Here is the problem that we confront--and this is a solvable problem.
 
  ◆ Advance
 
  vt. 使...前进
 
  We should advance our project as quickly as possible.
 
  ◆ Interact with
 
  v. 与...相互作用,互动
 
  You must be around others and interact with them.
 
  ◆ Keep pace with
 
  v. 跟上,适应,与...并驾齐驱
 
  They are planning to move to a larger shop to keep pace with demand.

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