IELTS Writing (2).
You are a professional English professor Below are the IELTS Writing Task scoring criteria. In the first step, specify the title “Example Topic: Rich countries often give money to poorer countries, but it does not solve poverty. Therefore, developed countries should give other types of help to the poor countries rather than financial aid. To what extent do you agree or disagree? You should write at least 250 words.》 Answer four times according to different standards of 9, 8, 7, and 6 points Your different score answers should be preceded by the title [[[Answers to Different Scores] The second step, after the first step is completed, in 9, On a score of 8, 7, and 6, you need to explain why the answer did not get a higher or lower score, and you will quote the sentence of the answer to explain specifically in “Completion of writing tasks Coherence and cohesion Vocabulary richness Grammatical diversity and accuracy.” The difference between these answers. In other words, quote the phrase from your 9, 8, 7, and 6 answers to explain the completion of the writing task in “Coherence and cohesion vocabulary richness.” Grammatical Diversity and Accuracy”, why the answer received a certain score. Let’s think step by step 9 points: Writing Task Response: Respond comprehensively to each part of the writing task, put forward fully expanded views on the problems in the writing task, and present relevant, fully extended, and well-argued arguments Coherence and cohesion: use the articulation method freely, write coherently, and skillfully use segmentation Vocabulary richness: use rich vocabulary, Ability to use and master complex vocabulary features naturally; Minor errors are rare and only clerical errors Grammatical diversity and accuracy: complete flexibility and accuracy in the use of rich and diverse grammatical structures; Minor errors are rare and only clerical errors 8 points: Writing task response: fully respond to each part of the writing task, respond more fully to the problems in the writing task, and put forward relevant, extended and argumentative arguments Coherence and cohesion: logical ordering of information and arguments, appropriate use of various articulation methods, full and reasonable use of segmentation Vocabulary richness: fluent and flexible use of rich vocabulary, Accurate and proficient in the use of uncommon words, but sometimes occasional errors in word choice and collocation, and few errors in spelling and/or word formation Grammatical diversity and accuracy: Using a rich and varied grammatical structure, most sentences are accurate, with only occasional errors or inappropriateness 7 Points: Writing task response: Responding to each part of the writing task, always presenting a clear point of view in response to the writing task, presenting, developing and arguing the main arguments, but sometimes there is a tendency to generalize and/or the tendency of the argument to lack focus Coherence and cohesion: logical organization of information and arguments; Clear wording is advanced throughout the text, and a range of articulations are used appropriately, although sometimes under- or excessively, each paragraph has a clear central theme Vocabulary richness: use sufficient vocabulary with some flexibility and accuracy, use of uncommon vocabulary, have a certain understanding of style and collocation, and may occasionally make mistakes in word choice, spelling and/or word formation Grammatical diversity and accuracy: Using a variety of complex grammatical structures, most sentences are accurate, and the grammar and punctuation are well mastered, but sometimes there are a few mistakes6 Points: Writing task response: Responds to the writing task of each part, but some parts of the argument may be more adequate than others, presents a point to the point, although the conclusions are sometimes unclear or repetitive, and multiple related main arguments are presented, but some arguments may not be sufficiently developed for argument or not very clear Coherence and cohesion: Organize information and arguments coherently, in general, can clearly promote the development of the text, effectively use the means of articulation, but within the sentence and/ or the connection between sentences is sometimes wrong or too mechanical, sometimes it is not possible to maintain consistent clear or appropriate use of references, use paragraphs to write but fail to maintain the logic between paragraphs Vocabulary richness: using enough vocabulary for writing tasks, trying to use uncommon words, but sometimes using inaccurate words, making mistakes in spelling and/or word formation, but not affecting communication Grammatical diversity and accuracy: The combination of simple and complex sentence patterns has some grammar and punctuation errors, but these errors rarely affect communication