Internet Access IELTS Writing Task 2

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Access IELTS Writing Task 2

Topic:

Nowadays, even young have access to the internet, which is most of the time unsupervised.

Discuss the social and behavioral problems that might arise from this type of internet access without any


Essayist: Sasan

Today, the ((internet use)) is ubiquitous among not only adults but also children. So, the lack of((lack of)) parental monitoring((more common ➡ parental control)) gives rise to some behavioral and which are going to be brought to light in this essay.

Focusing on the , although the internet has myriads of pluses, it may affect children negatively, especially when it is not supervised by caregivers. In fact, children are native((naive)) and can be harmed by cyberbullying, child-inappropriate content, etc. For instance, create an atmosphere in which some cruel people abuse children. So, unlimited internet use by children could be injurious to children((them – Use a pronoun.)). Moreover, some content on the internet can impact on children terribly. As an example, the websites that release and advertise pornographic material have nothing didactic to offer children. Consequently, children can be harmed by surfing the net without confines((without any confinement)).

Furthermore, the internet can provoke troubles in children’s conduct. These days, some movies are accessible on the net which are violent, most of which make children pugnacious and quarrelsome. As a result, sometimes, children engage in some evil activities such as shooting their fellows in schools((at school – Singular form is preferable.)) which costs((cost – The subject is “evil activities”)) their own life. Another example that merits consideration is about the ((internet addiction)). In fact, some children waste a huge amount of their time on the net which is detrimental to their and assignments.
To sum up, unlimited children’s internet use could bring about some social and behavioral problems which are damaging to their life.


Assessment:

  • Coherence: Perfect
  • Cohesion: Great
  • Grammar: Good
  • Reasoning: Flawless
  • Essay Analysis:
  • Word Count: “245” Good

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  1. Today, the internet use is ubiquitous among not only adults but also children. So, the lack of parental monitoring gives rise to some behavioral and social problems which are going to be brought to light in this essay.

    Focusing on the social issues, although the internet has myriads of pluses, it may affect children negatively, especially when it is not supervised by caregivers. In fact, children are native and can be harmed by cyberbullying, child-inappropriate content, etc. For instance, social networks create an atmosphere in which some cruel people abuse children. So, unlimited internet use by children could be injurious to children. Moreover, some content on the internet can impact on children terribly. As an example, the websites that release and advertise pornographic material have nothing didactic to offer children. Consequently, children can be harmed by surfing the net without confines.

    Furthermore, the internet can provoke troubles in children’s conduct. These days, some movies are accessible on the net which are violent, most of which make children pugnacious and quarrelsome. As a result, sometimes, children engage in some evil activities such as shooting their fellows in schools which costs their own life. Another example that merits consideration is about the internet addiction. In fact, some children waste a huge amount of their time on the net which is detrimental to their schoolwork and assignments.
    To sum up, unlimited children’s internet use could bring about some social and behavioral problems which are damaging to their life.

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