读写作业 What can the arts tell us of the life that science cannot?(2007-07-17 17:42:30)
In the present words,science has been developing(现在完成进行时,表示到目前为止一直在进行的动作,可能仍在继续,也可能停止了have/has+been+v-ing) fast,but people still have a high opinion of artists.
What can the arts tell us of the life that science cannot ? Arts is the making and expressions of what are beautiful and pleasure in human lives..People have paid no less attention to arts than they have paid to science since the beginning of human
Why is arts so important ?
The main reason is that compared with natural sciences,arts (humanities and fine arts)serves (2)rudder. First of all,arts plays a (３)essential role in moulding magnificent qualities of people.A majority of works and writings not only expressed the impressive feelings in the world,which were (4)sentimental and natural,but also gave us many ideas about love,(5)faith and(6) charity.In fact,these ideas have with stood the test of time.They(7) represent the accumulated wisdom of our ancestors down through the ages.People,who equipped with these theories,can make sound judgements about any problems which may crop up.
Secondly,arts is the source of happiness in our lives.For instance,a classic light opera can give delight to millions of people.and moreover,some painting (8)masterpieces are exactly a great satisfactions .
Especially, some excellent literature works (9)enrich our lives and make us feel that we are part of the great family of mankind.Therefore,it is nothing but the arts that brings optimistic mental conditions to us.
In addition arts subjects are good for (10)boost children"s mental development.
Recently,a American study shows that Mozart"s works can help children to improve their (11)graphic (12)cognition.(13)Hence arts education is not only of benefit to (14)moulding people’s quality,but also to discovering people’s (潜能 (15))potential. All in all ,the arts’ contribution to our lives can not be replaced by science although both arts and science push the boundaries of human cognition
for example:some people think that nuclear war
would mean the end of civilization
1 describes someone who is strongly influenced by emotional feelings, especially about happy memories of past events or relationships with other people, rather than by careful thought and judgment based on facts
Why be sentimental about that old coat?
There's no point in keeping it just because you were wearing it
when you first met me.
It's a cheap ring but it has great sentimental value for me.
great trust or confidence in something or someone
You'll cope - I have great faith in you.
6.charity: noun [C or U]
a system of giving money, food or help free to those who are in need because they are ill, poor or homeless, or any organization which is established to provide money or help in this way:
She does a lot of work for charity.
People tend to give to (= give money to) charity at Christmas time.
UNICEF is an international charity.
They did a charity performance on the first night, to raise money for AIDS research
to speak, act or be present officially for another person or people
1 (ALSO masterwork) a work of art such as a painting, film or book which is done or made with great skill, and is often a person's greatest work
'The Last Supper' is widely regarded as Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece
1 [T] to improve the quality of something by adding something else:
My life was greatly enriched by knowing her.
2 [T often R] to make something or someone richer:
He claimed that the large stores were enriching themselves at the expense of their customers.
to improve or increase something
The theatre managed to boost its
audiences by cutting ticket prices.
I tried to boost his ego
(= make him feel more
confident) by praising his cooking.
related to painting or drawing
a graphic artist
noun [U] FORMAL OR
when you think or use a conscious mental process
a book on human learning, memory and cognition
from this time
The project will be completed at the end of the decade, two years hence.
a piece of wood, plastic, stone, etc. which has
been made into a particular shape to decorate the top or bottom of
a wall, or a door, window or piece of
someone's or something's ability to develop, achieve or succeed:
I don't feel I'm achieving my full potential in my present job