新题何足惧，旧恨何其多，手握真题集，屠鸭亦可期。一转眼，雅思口语进入了9-12月的新一轮话题季，朗阁雅思懂你更懂雅思，*时间为大家整理出超地道的范文答案，赶紧丧心病狂地开练吧，一切皆有可能，冲7就在此刻了。话题:Describe a time when you taught somebody to do something (新题)
You should say:
Who is this person
What did you teach this person
How do you feel about this experience
Some years ago I tagutht my younger brother to tie shoelaces, but I still vividly remember it like it was yesterday because it was one of the most painstaking tasks in my life.
At fisrt, I thought it would be a piece of cake. You see, it takes on more than seconds to do it. You do it automatically without thinking about it. I mean it's as natural as breathing. So I thought I would show it once or perhaps twice and it would be done, but no such luck.
And actually, that was my biggest mistakes. Firstly, I tried to teach him ghis task when were rushing out the door! Of course, my brother couldn'd repeat after me. In the end, I felt nothing but frustration. And he couldn't undertand why I was so angry.
My mom told me that this process could take up to a month of consistency and dedication from understood that, first of all. I myself had to learn how to teach somebody. So, I watched a number of video tutorials which showed different ways to teach a child to tie shoelaces. Who'd have thought that this seemingly simple action consists of so many stages. After that we started practising 5 minutes every day and I broke down this complete task into smaller steps not to overwhelm the child. At first, we practised with his shoes off. I used laces of two different colours to help him differentiate on lace form the other. We started from learning to make starting knot. When he finally succeeded, we move to a more complicated task. I started teaching him to make both ends into 'loops' that look like bunny ears, then cross the two loops over each other, wrap the right loop around the left one, grabhold of both loops and pull the knot tight. every day we took one small step forward. Everything was ok wehn we did it together, but when I asked him to do it himself, it was terribel. I was as if he had never practised anything fefore. Several times I was on the verge of losing my temper. But I didn't give up. It was a challenge for me. I wanted to see what I was capable of as a teacher. When it all was over and he managed to tie his first shoelaces singlehandedly, I had a sense of satisfaction and relief.