PTE Academic writing practice papers-summarize written text passages 65

PTE Academic writing practice papers-summarize written text passages

Read the passages below and summarize them using one sentence in not more than 75 words(30-35 words). Type your response in the comment section at the bottom of the screen. You have 10 minutes to finish each passage. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage.

1.In March 2006 the NSW Government announced the creation of 40 School Liaison Police (SLP) to work supporting high schools in NSW. By building relationships between police, students and high schools SLP promote the objectives of the NSW state plan Rights, Respect, and Responsibility through building more harmonious communities and reducing crime rates. The Greater rapport between students and police will create a better understanding of the role of police in the community.

SLP will blend crime prevention with operational policing. By attending schools and implementing crime prevention workshops SLP will help prevent students from becoming involved in crime or anti-social behaviour. By being involved at the outset SLP Officers will be able to work with high schools and the community, to address offending behaviour in a constructive way.

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Trees contain some of the nature’s most accurate evidence of the past. Their growth layers, appearing as rings in the cross section of the tree trunk, record evidence of floods, droughts, insect attacks, lightning strikes, and even earthquakes that occurred during the lifespan of the tree. Subtle changes in the thickness of the rings over time indicate changes in the length of, or water availability during, the growing season.

Each year, a tree adds to its girth, with the new growth being called a tree ring. Tree growth depends upon local environmental conditions. In some areas the limiting factor for growth is water availability, in other areas (especially at high latitudes) it is the length of the growing season. In areas where water is limited and the amount of water varies from year to year, scientists can use tree-ring patterns to reconstruct regional patterns of drought. In areas where the length of the growing season is the limiting factor, the thickness of tree rings can indicate when growing seasons were longer (during warmer times) and when growing seasons were shorter (cooler times).The study of the growth of tree rings is known as dendrochronology.

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The teacher–student relationship is one of the most powerful elements within the learning environment.A major factor affecting students’ development, school engagement and academic motivation, teacher–student relationships form the basis of the social context in which learning takes place.Teacher–student interactions are not only influenced by a number of aspects including gender but in turn also influence a student’s academic outcomes and behaviour.Supportive and positive relationships between teachers and students ultimately promote a “sense of school belonging” and encourage students to “participate cooperatively in classroom activities”.

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  1. The New South government deployed a number of police officers in schools so as to build a good repo with the students and help them understand the dangers and consequences of bad behaviour.

  2. NSW government has initiates the novel approach to decrease crime rate among students by establishing School Liaison Police (SLP) which enables student to attend workshops to implement crime prevention.

  3. By making strong relationships between police, students and high schools School Liaison Police (SLP) support the objectives of the NSW state plan Respect, Rights, and Responsibility through building more harmonious communities and minimizing crime ratios and by attending schools and implementing crime prevention workshops SLP will assist prevent students from becoming involved in anti-social activities or crime.

  4. Hi hotshot,
    will you be able to go through my summary as i have pearson exam this Friday. Thank you in advance.

    With the introduction of School Liaison Police (SLP), government believes that it will help to build relationships between police, student and high school SLP which in turn will help to reduce crime rates and builds more harmonious communities.

  5. A tree ring hold evidence of the past such as flood, drought, insect attack, lighting strike, earthquakes and its growth depends very much on the environment condition such as water availability which contributes to its growth and the study of tree rings is known as dendrochronology.

  6. Relationship between teacher –student holds the key for success as it influences students’ development, school engagement; academic motivation and it also create a sense of belonging and encourages the student to participate effectively in every classroom activities.

  7. With the aim of reducing crime rates, prevents anti-social behavior and address offending behavior in constructive way in school students, the NSW government announced the creation of 40 School Liaison Police (SLP).

  8. Strong teacher student relationship helps students to develop better academic which also cheer students in taking part in school activities.

  9. 3. The supportive and positive relationship between teachers and students is a most important element to improve the academic result and behaviour of the students.

  10. School belonging,co operation of students mainly based on good interrelationships between students and teachers,which is influence by the behaviour not a gender.

  11. A new initiative by NSW to create 40 School Liaison Police which not only reduces crime rates but also help students to protect themselves indulging into crimes by being involved with them and conducting workshops.

    Dendrochronology, studying the growth of tree rings helps in determining the nature’s footprints by measuring its variable sizes, depending upon the availability of water and certain weather conditions, helps scientists redrawing the drought patterns.

    Teacher-student bond plays a vital role in student’s academic growth, hence a positive relationship prevails learning environment in which student feel motivated and encouraged to participate in curricular activities.

  12. NSW governments announced School Liaison Police for controlling crime and anti-social activities by building good rapo between students and police.

  13. Hi admin,
    Can you rate the following summarize written text?

    1. By building relationship between police and students, SLP will help to lower crime rates by working with schools and community in a constructive way.

    2. Dendrochronology is the study of tree-ring where its pattern is used to study regional patterns of drought and its thickness indicates the length of growing season.

    3. Teacher-student relationship plays an important role in students’ development and academic motivation which encourage students to get involved by participating in classroom activities.

  14. Dendrochronology is a study of growth in tree rings, these appear in the tree trunk and occurred during the lifespan, the thickness of tree rings help to indicate the time.

  15. The relationship between teacher and student is unique which hold the success, the teacher helps the students to encourage and participate effectively in every classroom activities.

  16. Tree rings aid to evaluate evidence of natural disaster occured throughout the life of the tree as well as growth of tree rings by rectifying water availability and extended seasons.

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