Task 2

Education

> The university function
> Education subjects
> Distance-learning programme
> Who will be rewarded?

Environment

> Scientists and tourists to remote natural environments
> Water crisis
> Industrialisation and environmental protection
> Flight and environmental protection
> International cooperation to solve the environmental problem
> Throw-away life
> Raising the fuel price
> Protecting animals

Technology

> Electronic devices’ effect on young people
> The pros and cons of mobile phones
> Are mobile phones antisocial?
> Internet
> Technology and poverty
> Is the flight the greatest invention?
> Online museum
> Working at home

Government

> Medical care organisation
> Medical care and education
> Road system
> International aid
> Housing shortage
> Throwing money at military

Elderly people

> Where should elderly people live?
> Old workers and young workers
> Influence of ageing society

Children

> Having babies at an older age
> Children playing with electronic devices
> Children’s punishment
> Who will look after children?

Women

> Should women be in the army?
> Women in politics

Work and family

> Busy work
> Traditional family
> Young leader

Economic development and urbanisation

> Cities expansion
> Economic progress and other factors
> Planting trees in open area

Media

> Media coverage
> Trusting journalists

Ads

> The pros and cons of adverts
> Whether adverts are the main power

Crimes

> Putting criminals in jail
> Punishment for driving offences
> Should young people be punished as adults?

Clothing

> Stylish life

Food

> Fast food

Living

> Modern style buildings
> Making noise
> Attracting local people to museum

Travel

> International travel
> Travelling in a group

Entertainment

> What can art tell us?
> Famous people’s support to international aids organisations

Language

> Culture when learning a language

Multiculture

> Multi-culture