Here's a list of the good vocabulary in last week's essay:
- national versus global
- great books and historical events
- global events and foreign novels
- develop a sense of identity
- this approach is appealing to parents
- just as their parents did (meaning "like their parents did")
- educational continuity across the generations
- an emphasis on
- gives educators a narrower teaching scope
- making curriculum design an easier task
- cause unnecessary difficulty and confusion
- more able to comprehend
- events that took place in
- exposure to international literature
- is likely to require
- not ready for such complications
- it is undesirable
- to cover aspects of
- ground their pupils in the local culture
And here's my analysis of the grammar in the same essay:
- No mistakes at all.
- Plenty of sentences with more than one clause.
There's no need for a deeper analysis of grammar than this. Examiners don't have a checklist of required 'structures' or sentence types!
Remember: vocabulary mindset!