1-总论点：想eat more healthy 到底要不要摄入gluten
分论点一stive system cannot adapt.人们的消化系统不能适应gluten
分论点二：Stomach pain and fatigue.
分论点三：阅读 gluten导致 blood-sugar，这个东西和memory skill 有关
分论点一：虽然gluten is new，但是digestive system 可以释放bacteria 有益细菌，可以经过一段时间适应食物，包括gluten，让gluten 快速适应
分论点二： 实验中，用的是两种bread，gluten不是唯一的因素，里面还有carbohydrate，所以也可能是carbohydrate cause stomach pain and fatigue，所以可能是A而不是gluten导致胃病。
分论点三： 造成risk of memory 是因为levels of blood 的升高，而gluten 只会造成 levels of blood temporary 升高，然后回到average level ，那些好几年都是high level of blood 才会导致memory risk，所以他们是没有关系的 而且不同gluten，一个人的blood sugar 以及一些问题都不会改善，所以gluten 和 以上那些疾病是没有关系的。
The article discusses that the gluten cannot be conducive to a healthier diet， while the lecture disputes this idea with the following proofs.
First， the writer in the reading passage holds that digestive system cannot adapt the gluten. However， the professor disagrees with it， because although the gluten is new， the probiotics released by the digestive system can help the system to adapt the new foods， including the gluten.
In addition， in the material， the writer believes that stomach pain and fatigue. While in the lecture， the speaker deems that the idea in the passage does not hold the water. In the experiment， there are two kinds of bread， including both gluten and carbohydrate. As a result， it is the carbohydrate that causes stomach pain and fatigue rather than the gluten.
Finally， it is depicted in the material that the gluten leads to the blood sugar， which is related with memory skill. On the contrary， the professor holds that this is not true. Levels of blood increasing may cause the risk of memory. However， the gluten can only result in the rise of levels of blood， leading to the memory risk. As a consequence， they have nothing to do with each other， and the gluten is not associated with the diseases above. 话题分类
Some first year college students do not have good study habits. Some people believe that colleges should provide all of the first year students with a required course to develop their good study habits. Other people believe that providing this kind of course is unnecessary. What is your opinion and why？
Nowadays numerous students are admitted by kinds of universities. Under such circumstance， many first-year students may not adapt the new learning environment well due to the bad study habit. In order to improve this situation， there is a claim arises. Some people argue that the college should offer students the compulsory courses to develop their learning habit， while others hold an opposite view. From my point of view， however， I can stand in line with the former claim. I＇ll support my standpoint with following aspects.
Firstly， such courses serve the first -year students well， which can facilitate the process of their adaption to college. As we all know， there is huge difference between the high school courses and college curriculum， which are more extensive and abstract. Besides the regular culture courses，there also are psychology， sociology and so on being included in their majors， which need more researches and exploration. In this case， if the freshmen still keep their old study habits， such as learning by rote， reviewing courses just several days before exams， rather than take initiative to refer to more reference and communicate with professors， they may fail to pass the achievement examinations to a large extent. consequently， it is necessary to show the first-year students the right study habit to improve their academic performance.
Secondly， those courses can also relieve first-years’ anxiety to some extent. entering a brand new environment， along with high peer pressure， many freshmen are more likely to be anxious and lose self-confidence， especially when they fail in quizzes in class or the achievement tests. Worse still，some of them may choose to quit school in some extreme cases. By contrast， if students with this problem attend the course， they will find the others may have the same problem， and only by correcting the study habit， can they improve their performance. For example， if they learn how to balance the academic study and social research when confronted with sociology， how to do the research and so on， they will feel more competent to accomplish their tasks. Finally， this will reshape their self-confidence and help them cope the stress properly.
Admittedly， there must be difference leaning habit among students， which means the required course is not fit for and work perfectly fine for everyone. For example， some prefer the early bird’s modes， while others prefer focusing on study at night； some may study effectively by the instruction of teaching stuffs， while others tend to learn by themselves. there is no a standard to ask all students to follow suit. However， as undergraduates， they have the abilities to identify which way is best for them， and adjust and improve their learning habit accordingly， which is largely beneficial for their long-term study.
According to the discussion mentioned above， a conclusion can now be reached that the college should offer the freshmen required courses to modify their learning habits， which will exert a positive impact on their adaptation to university and dealing with stress.