More and more people are tending to read books or information by computer software or mobile phone software, it is because most of the E books are free and convient to download. When one meets some questions, the frist step he does may be to input the key words in the searching engine, then a lot of E materials will appear, most of them are free. it will just take few minutes to download them and start to enjoy the knowledge,and find the right methods to address those quettions.
But some people reject the idea that E books should be used in large scale. They consider the Ebooks as fast food, not so nutrient to human as traditional paper books do. As the access to knowledge is hard work without any shortcut. The paper books make more detailed description upon knowledge, to let the reader learn more about why and how, but not only the simple result of what.
I think we should use it when necessary,and don't use it all the time.
Anxiety is perhaps the worst problem many college students are faced with in their examinations. They just feel unable to keep their wits about them in those occasions, as a result of which they don't give full play to their abilities. How to solve this problem?
First of all, we should dispel the misgivings about the results of the exams. All of us are eager to chalk up good results in the evaluation tests.However, just remember:More haste, less speed. We should not be too mindful about the results. Take things calmly.
Furthermore, we can also adopt some concrete steps to calm ourselves. For example, we may keep our eyes closed and think of nothing for a minute or two just before starting an exam. It helps to keep a cool head and minimize nervousness. As for me, this method always works.
In the final analysis, we ought to bear in mind that calmness is essential for good performance in a test.Overcoming anxiety is not so thorny a problem if we are mentally and physically prepared.
The goal of my life is living a simple happy and healthy life.
What I want is a simple life not a complicated one.Because what my job or career offers me are difficult issues which I must handle them properly, and sometimes they are so boring and tedious,but I have to do.So after a day's work, I want to have a break and do some things which would provide me happiness and a harmonious life. It is so simple like that, I have a supper with my families talking some funny and humourous topics, or I sit on grass with who I loved looking at the beautiful sky and counting the numbers of the stars. It is simple, but very harmonious and romantic.
I also want to spend sometime on my hobbies,such as playing table tennis,badminton,basketball and so forth.I like sports very muchand I believe it will benefit me all my life.What I gained from sports are not only speed,strength and skill but also competitiveness,teamwork and so on.Sports could give me a strong and energetic body and a healthy life.
The goals of my life are just written as above,and they will be pursued by myself all my life.
It is shown in the recent surveys that many college students copy papers from the Internet to save the trouble of doing their homework. In my opinion，this kind of academic dishonesty is very harmful to these students.
First, copying papers from the Internet makes students lazy. Copying papers from the Internet seems easy and can save some time and trouble, therefore, students will do this more and more often and seldom work hard to complete their papers on their own. In other words, students will become lazier and lazier. Second. students can learn little from copying others’ work. Students cannot improve their abilities just by downloading papers from the Internet without their own thinking and working. What’s worse, once students get used to academic cheating, they may also cheat in other cases in the future, which will be very dangerous for them.
To prevent academic dishonesty on campus, some punishment by the school may be necessary. But the most important thing is that teachers should talk to those students, and make them aware of the fact that copying others’ work cannot bring them any knowledge and that only by working hard can they improve themselves.