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Skill Development

Practice your English skills using any of the following topics. The format and structure do not need to follow IELTS standards, but you should use appropriate vocabulary, terminology, and suitable grammar patterns. Choose any topic.

Historic Monument

Kru. Jaem has put together a list of interesting topics that students are able to use in order to improve their English skills. 

  1. The Industrial Revolution and its Impact on Society: Explore the technological advancements and social changes brought about by the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries.

  2. The Renaissance and Its Cultural Influence: Discuss the artistic, literary, and scientific developments during the Renaissance and their lasting impact on European culture.

  3. The Causes and Consequences of World War I: Analyze the factors leading to the outbreak of World War I, as well as the consequences and aftermath of the war.

  4. The Civil Rights Movement in the United States: Explore the struggle for equal rights and the social changes brought about by the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

  5. The Fall of the Roman Empire: Investigate the political, economic, and social factors that contributed to the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.

  6. The Cold War and its Effects on Global Politics: Examine the ideological conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and its impact on global politics.

  7. The Age of Exploration and European Colonization: Explore the motives behind European exploration, the discovery of new lands, and the establishment of colonies.

  8. The French Revolution: Discuss the causes, events, and consequences of the French Revolution and its impact on the political landscape of Europe.

  9. The Great Depression: Examine the economic downturn of the 1930s, its causes, and the social impact on individuals and communities around the world.

  10. The Women's Suffrage Movement: Explore the struggle for women's rights and suffrage, examining key events and influential figures in the movement.

Students can write up-to 275 words and submit as practice by email to provided that the student has a Student ID Number in the email heading. Submissions can be made at any-time before 2028.

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