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[Florence K] Writing Practice Test 116065

Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The flow chart below shows an automatic photo booth. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

You should write at least 150 words.

Writing Task 1

The given flow illustrates how photos are taken on an automatic photograph booth.

Overall, the booth has nine distinct parts ranging from the coin slot to the tray where the photos are delivered after being shot.

To begin with, there is is slot where coins are inserted, the machine can only receive payment in coin form. Beneath it, is a where a selection for the format of the photo is chosen, there are two options one for passport which should be coloured the other for a single large photo. Adjacent to that is the tray where a processed photograph is collected after finishing. On the same front panel is a button used to select black and white photos or coloured passports.

The next area of the booth has a small enclosure with a curtain that must be closed while photos are being taken this ensures exposure to light is limited. On one side of the wall is where the flash is seen it's important to ensure this area is on eye level and once the flash appears one is required to look at this area for 3secs without blinking. To adjust the size of your height so as to reach the flash area is an adjustable stool. A mirror on the same wall helps one check their image before the photo is taken.

Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

The typical teaching situation of a teacher and students in the class will not exist by the year 2050. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

You should write at least 250 words.

In the future, the teacher and learner environment will are accoustomated to will not exist. I agree with this prediction that although strong bonds are formed in the typical todays' classroom learning dynamics are changing and there is a convinience that comes with attending a class from anywhere in the world.

First and foremost, it's critical for everyone from teachers parents and students to agree that from the inception of technology learning like other sectors is changing. It is because of this that we acknowledge it's paramount for ways of imparting knowledge to change too and fit into the current world we face. If we change when it's important, we will be forced to change as a matter of urgency. Take for example, the shift experienced in the teaching environment during covid 19, we saw online classes happening with more frequency than we were used to before. Although it was abrupt and took a while getting used to the change was crucial. Thus, being in a technological era dictates we expect changes into the future.

Secondly, convinience that comes with attending class through the use of internet may see standard classrooms die a natural death. Albeit requiring supervision for young learner's for the majority of tertiary students online classes are a choice. Both the student and the teacher experience a convinience of sorts as they don't have to travel to designated classrooms. It's more convinient even in terms of learning as the student take more initiative in participating. For instance, the Kenya institute of curriculum studies recorded a high number of users in their online platform almost all citing convinience as a reason for favouring those lessons. Thus, learning modes will shift to online as it has proven to offer the comfort of attending classes remotely.

To conclude, I strongly agree with the prediction of learning changing modes by 2050. This as technology develops and the new mode offering unmatched convinience.

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