IELTS Writing Task 2: Bài mẫu – Chủ đề: Tiêm chủng cho trẻ emPosted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Dựa trên dàn ý này, tôi viết bài luận hoàn chỉnh cho chủ đề tiêm chủng trẻ nhỏ. Các bạn tham khảo nhé.
“Should parents be obliged to immunise their children against common childhood diseases? Or do individuals have the right to choose not to immunise their children? What is your view of this practice?”
What is your view of this practice?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.
Owing to people’s increasing care about health, healthcare has received much attention as early as since childhood. One important issue in childhood healthcare is the immunization against diseases that occur frequently among children. It is, however, still controversial as to whether this practice should be decided by parents.
Many people think that vaccination should be applied to all children. The major reasoning is that this would effectively prevent various kinds of sickness commonly occurring in small children. Indeed, children’s weak immune system makes them very sensitive to infection, and thus, they would benefit the most from vaccination. Clearly, immunising infants with tuberculosis, smallpox or hepatitis vaccines would help protect against these fatal diseases in the long term. This cheap and simple intervention is truly advantageous compared to costly and complicated treatment when an unvaccinated child gets infected. Therefore, numerous individuals, myself included, strongly believe that immunisation should be compulsory.
However, some may argue that parents should hold the right to vaccinate their children or not. This opinion is unreasonable in that no parents would choose not to let their children benefit from immunisation. If they do, perhaps it is due to religious reasons or a poor awareness of the crucial influence of vaccination in preventing common diseases among children. If so, these parents should be educated with this information, rather than granted the right as to having their offspring immunised. A decision of not vaccinating may lead to diseased children who will have unnecessary sufferings, and become a burden to both their family and the whole society.
In conclusion, it is crucial for parents to seriously follow government’s health recommendations so that every child will be vaccinated against childhood diseases.