Describe a time when you helped someone.
You should say:
who you helped;
how you helped him or her;
why you helped him or her;
and explain how this person benefited from your help.
1.Why and how can parents teach children to help others? Should parents
encourage children to help others?
2.How can school teach students to help others?
3.Do you want to choose careers that can help others, e.g. nurse, teacher?
4.Why should teachers and doctors help others?
5.How can the government help poor people? =What should the government do in helping people?
6.How do you think about charity organizations that are not run by the government?
7.Is it important to help others?
8.What kinds of people need help?
I have always taken great pleasure in lending a helping hand to others. Once, I ended up helping a classmate, which made both of us as pleased as punch.
For some time, I have always been pretty good at math. So, when I noticed my classmate was struggling I offered to help her out. After all she had spent a lot of her time helping me with some subjects that I was personally struggling with, so it only seemed right to return the favors. She was glad to accept my assistance, as she was worried that she wouldn't pass without someone showing her the ropes. The two of us worked together for quite some time, until she could work out the questions without a problem.
I felt great about helping my classmate out. It wasn't often that I had a better understanding of knowledge than she did, so I was glad to be able to show her everything I knew. In the end, she mastered the concepts with my help. It made me feel like a million bucks that I was able to teach her the information, because I’d been worried my explanations would go right over her head.