A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What makes you feel angry?
  2. How do you show you are angry?
  3. Can you name things that make people angry?
  4. What should you do when you’re angry?
  5. Do you know a story about someone who was angry?
  6. Is it okay to yell when you’re angry?
  7. What makes children angry?
  8. Can animals get angry?
  9. How do you feel after you get angry?
  10. Do you ever get angry at yourself?
  11. What can friends do when they are angry with each other?
  12. Do you think it’s okay to cry when you’re angry?
  13. How can you help someone who is angry?
  14. What is the opposite of being angry?
  15. Can laughter help with anger?
  16. Is it good to hide your anger?
  17. Do you know a movie where a character was very angry?
  18. Can sports help people feel less angry?
  19. How does your face look when you are angry?
  20. What does your family do when someone is angry?
  21. Are people sometimes angry in traffic?
  22. Do you think animals show anger?
  23. What color do you think of with anger?
  24. Can music make you less angry?
  25. Is it easier to be angry or happy?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What are some common causes of anger?
  2. How can anger affect relationships?
  3. Do you think anger can be positive?
  4. How do different cultures view anger?
  5. What are some healthy ways to manage anger?
  6. Can anger be a problem in the workplace?
  7. How does stress relate to anger?
  8. Can hunger cause anger (sometimes called “hangry”)?
  9. How can you calm down when you’re angry?
  10. Is it better to express or suppress anger?
  11. How can we understand someone else’s anger?
  12. What’s the difference between anger and frustration?
  13. Can anger harm your health?
  14. Do men and women express anger differently?
  15. How can you avoid getting angry over small things?
  16. What role does communication play in resolving anger?
  17. Can tiredness lead to anger?
  18. How does society’s view of anger affect us?
  19. Can art or creativity help with anger?
  20. Are there any famous quotes about anger that you agree with?
  21. How do children learn to deal with anger?
  22. Can technology cause more anger?
  23. How do movies and TV shows portray anger?
  24. Is anger always a negative emotion?
  25. How can you help a child who is angry?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the psychological aspects of anger.
  2. How does anger differ from aggression?
  3. Can anger be a motivational force?
  4. Analyze the role of anger in social movements.
  5. How does repressed anger affect an individual?
  6. Discuss the impact of anger in a team or group setting.
  7. Can anger be linked to other emotions?
  8. How does one’s upbringing affect their expression of anger?
  9. Discuss the relationship between anger and mental health.
  10. Can anger lead to positive change?
  11. How does media portrayal of anger influence society?
  12. What is the role of empathy in dealing with anger?
  13. Discuss the connection between anger and power dynamics.
  14. How can mindfulness techniques help with anger management?
  15. Analyze the impact of cultural norms on the expression of anger.
  16. Can anger be constructive in conflict resolution?
  17. Discuss the effects of long-term anger on relationships.
  18. How does anger manifest differently in different age groups?
  19. Can physical exercise be an effective way to manage anger?
  20. Discuss the ethical considerations in expressing anger.
  21. How do social injustices contribute to collective anger?
  22. What is the role of anger in personal growth?
  23. Can humor be an effective tool in managing anger?
  24. Discuss the impact of social media on public expressions of anger.
  25. How do leaders effectively manage their anger?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the societal norms surrounding anger expression.
  2. Analyze the role of anger in political discourse.
  3. How does anger affect decision-making processes?
  4. Discuss the concept of righteous anger in social justice.
  5. Evaluate the impact of anger on physical health.
  6. Analyze the relationship between anger and assertiveness.
  7. Discuss the psychological theories explaining anger.
  8. Evaluate the role of anger in artistic expression.
  9. How does gender conditioning affect the expression of anger?
  10. Analyze the effectiveness of anger management therapies.
  11. Discuss the role of anger in historical revolutions and uprisings.
  12. Evaluate the impact of technology on the expression and management of anger.
  13. Analyze the portrayal of anger in literature and its impact on readers.
  14. Discuss the influence of family dynamics on anger expression.
  15. How does the expression of anger evolve over a person’s lifespan?
  16. Evaluate the role of anger in negotiating personal and professional boundaries.
  17. Discuss the impact of cultural differences on anger expression in multinational settings.
  18. Analyze the role of anger in the grieving process.
  19. Evaluate the impact of social media on the normalization of anger.
  20. Discuss the interplay between anger and vulnerability.
  21. Analyze the role of anger in personal identity formation.
  22. Discuss the ethical implications of expressing anger in public forums.
  23. Evaluate the impact of collective anger on societal change.
  24. Analyze the role of anger in conflict escalation and resolution.
  25. Discuss the impact of global events on collective and individual anger.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically examine the role of anger in shaping societal norms.
  2. Analyze the philosophical underpinnings of anger.
  3. Discuss the long-term societal impact of suppressed anger.
  4. Evaluate the role of anger in shaping public policy.
  5. Analyze the impact of cultural globalization on the expression of anger.
  6. Critically assess the role of media in depicting and influencing anger.
  7. Discuss the ethical boundaries of expressing anger in a digital age.
  8. Evaluate the impact of socioeconomic factors on the expression of anger.
  9. Analyze the role of anger in collective consciousness.
  10. Discuss the implications of psychological theories on anger in modern therapy.
  11. Critically evaluate the concept of anger in different religious and spiritual contexts.
  12. Analyze the impact of political unrest on public anger.
  13. Discuss the role of anger in driving innovation and change.
  14. Evaluate the impact of leadership styles on the expression of anger in organizations.
  15. Analyze the interplay between anger, fear, and hope in social movements.
  16. Discuss the challenges of managing anger in a diverse cultural environment.
  17. Evaluate the role of education in shaping perspectives on anger.
  18. Analyze the influence of historical events on collective anger.
  19. Discuss the ethical implications of manipulating anger for political gain.
  20. Evaluate the impact of personal traumas on the expression of anger.
  21. Analyze the role of anger in artistic movements.
  22. Discuss the impact of global crises on expressions of anger and frustration.
  23. Evaluate the influence of social networks on the spread and expression of anger.
  24. Analyze the psychological impact of systemic injustices on anger.
  25. Critically examine the role of anger in personal and societal transformation.