As predicted correctly, this year’s paper has a fair mix of topics that we have proudly identified for students!
We have kindly highlighted the questions whose topic we have correctly predicted.
- “There is no such thing as bad publicity.” To what extent is this true? (Media)
- How far is it possible for one country to forgive another for its past actions? (War and terrorism)
- How effectively is public health promoted and managed in your society?
- “No cause is ever worth dying for.” Discuss.
- Consider the argument that the main purpose of television should be to educate rather than simply to entertain. (Media)
- In your society, how well are the demands of the economy and the environment balanced? (Environment)
- “Parents have no right to impose their own values and beliefs on their children.” Discuss.
- “Books serve little purpose in education as technological developments become more sophisticated.” How far do you agree? (Traditional media vs. S&T)
- To what extent should the arts in your society focus on local rather than foreign talent? (Arts)
- Should there be any controls over the production of energy when the need for it is so great? (S&T)
- When a government’s finances for social welfare are limited, should they be directed towards the young or the old?
- “Human actions should be based on scientific fact, not religious faith.” How far do you agree with this statement?
Are you interested to know if you have answered the questions correctly? Click on the questions for a short suggested outline for each of the question by Ms Chen!