IELTS Energy 273: The Most Common and Interesting Scientific IELTS Topic

IELTS vocabulary common topic science

Today find out what one of the most common IELTS topics is and get native vocabulary to answer it!

The topic of “nature/nurture” comes up all over the IELTS Exam.

It can be found in IELTS Writing Task 2 or IELTS Speaking Part 3.

On the test it can connect to children’s behavior, psychology and a bunch of other topics and questions.

It might also be found in Reading Part 3 or the final part of the Listening test.

 

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What is “nature versus nurture”?

We use this term when we ask the question about whether we learned something in our environment or whether we were born with something.

This is debated when it comes to personality, intelligence, talents, preferences, and other traits.

 

What is “empathy”?

It means to feel the reflections of someone else’s emotions.

It is to be able to be in the person’s shoes and feel what they are feeling.

Some professions require more empathy than others.

Teaching is a profession that requires high levels of empathy.

You need to be able to look at the classroom and immediately feel what the students are feeling- are they bored? confused? tired?

 

Here is a typical IELTS Writing Task 2 question where this comes up:

“It is generally believed that some people are born with certain talents for sports or music and some are not. However it is sometimes claimed that any child can be taught to become a good sportsperson or musician. Discuss both views and give your opinion.”

 

You should be aware that this question might come up on the exam.

Go back to the episode and listen to the vocabulary that Lindsay and Jessica used in this episode to discuss their opinions on this topic.

 

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  • My nature is being able to understand English faster than others . I have good nature when it comes to dealing with people . I need nuture to train my mind and skills . It is cultivated by learning and developing .
    I have empathy when I watch a sad movie . I cry too much for the misery in the story . In addition , I have sympathy when I see the homeless and the poor begging for food or money .