2018.7.28.雅思写作考试话题：Some people who have been in prison become citizens later. Some people think that they are the best people to talk to school students about the danger of committing a crime. To what extent do you agree or disagree?已经成为良好市民的ex-prisioner，是最合适的人选，来教育学生关于犯罪的危害么?立场：完全反对，采用四段式(2个反对理由各为一段)。
Preventing juvenile delinquency and cultivating children's law-abiding consciousness are an indispensable part in school education. Who are the best teachers in this regard is a debatable issue, but I object to inviting criminals set free from prison to educate school children about the danger of crimes.
Admittedly, these former criminals' personal experience can be more vivid and interesting than teachers' standardized course books, which can successfully attract children's attention. However, at an age without the ability to distinguish right from wrong, children tend to pay more attention to the crime itself rather than the purpose of education. For instance, the story of robbing a shop can be very stimulating to children, but what serious consequences such a crime can lead to may not have as much influence as the story does on children's minds.
Since criminals have become good citizens, they cannot be denied the right to help the young generation to understand and obey the law. But these former criminals are not the best people to do this. Children have a tendency to imitate what they see and hear. When they see criminals are transformed into good citizens and even become respected lecturers on the stage, children may get the wrong impression that committing crimes can be forgiven. This goes against the origin I intention of letting children stay away from crimes and respect and obey the law.
Contact with people who have crime records will inevitably cause parents' and teachers' concerns; therefore, perhaps the policemen who deal with criminals should play a role in educating children to realize the danger of crimes.