Parents are the best teachers.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
开头段：背景介绍 + 个人立场
主体段1：（赞同/反对父母是最好的老师）理由 1 + 论证
主体段2：（赞同/反对父母是最好的老师）理由 2 + 论证
主体段3：（赞同/反对父母是最好的老师）理由 3 + 论证
结尾段：总结理由 + 重申观点
背景句：Throughout my life, I have been lucky enough to have a very good relationship with my parents. They have supported me, given me necessary criticism, and taught me a great deal about how to live my life.
个人立场：Parents can be very important teachers in our lives; however, they are not always the best teachers.
主题句：Parents may be too close to their children emotionally.
递进解释：Sometimes they can only see their children though the eyes of a protector. For example, they may limit a child’s freedom in the name of safety. A teacher might see a trip to a big city as a valuable new experience. However, it might seem too dangerous to a parent.
主题句：Another problem is that parents may expect their children’s interests to be similar to their own.
递进解释：They can’t seem to separate from their children in their mind. If they love science, they may try to force their child to love science too. But what if their child’s true love is art, or writing, or car repair?
主题句：Parents are usually eager to pass on their value to their children.
递进解释：But should children always believe what their parents do? Maybe different generations need different ways of thinking. When children are young, they believe that their parents are always right. But when they get older, they realize there are other views. Sometimes parents, especially older ones, can’t keep up with rapid social or technology changes. A student who has friends of all different races and backgrounds at school may find that her parents don’t really understand or value the digital revolution. Sometimes kids have to find their own ways to what they believe in.
总结理由 + 重申观点
The most important thing to realize is that we all have many teachers in our lives. Our parents teach us, our teachers teach us, and our peers teach us. Books and newspapers and television also teach us. All of them are valuable.
in the name of... 以......的名义
force sb to do sth 强迫某人做某事
eager to do sth 渴望做某事
separate from 区别
keep up with 紧跟，不落后