The article discusses
a fascinating topicsome points
pertaining to altruism, a type of behaviour, which is considered the opposite of selfishness
While the reading passage gives examples of this behaviour in animals and in human beings, the professor discusses fundamental objections, which recent studies have shown.
.... well, in the first paragraph (intro) of the Integrated Task, you need to introduce what the article discusses and what position the professor takes. Is he in agreement (asserts) or disagreement (refutes the points in the article).
Here's an approach I found in one of those websites;INTRODUCTION
Start with a sentence like "The article and the lecture are about..."
followed by "The author of the article feels that..."
Continue with a transitional sentence like "The lecturer disagrees/agrees with the article."
Conclude with "He says that..."BODY PARAGRAPHS
Begin your first body paragraph with "First"
your second with "second
" and your third with "third."
When transitioning from discussing the article to discussing the lecture, use transitional phrases like "the lecturer challenges these claims by stating that..." or "the lecturer casts doubt on this claim."
If the lecture supports the reading, try phrases like "the lecturer supports this claim by..."
or "the lecturer reinforces the reading by..."
Don't use boring phrases like "he says that."
Try something like "he observes that," "he claims that"
or "he suggests that."