A2 Level

  1. What is Black History Month?
  2. Who is an important person you know about in Black history?
  3. What did Martin Luther King Jr. do?
  4. Can you name a famous Black musician?
  5. Why do we celebrate Black History Month?
  6. How do you think celebrating Black History Month helps people understand each other better?
  7. What is one thing you would like to learn about Black history?
  8. Can you name a book or movie about Black history?
  9. Why is it important to learn about history?
  10. What are some ways people celebrate Black History Month?
  11. Who is Rosa Parks and what did she do?
  12. Can you name a Black scientist?
  13. What kind of music comes from Black culture?
  14. How can we show respect for different cultures?
  15. Do you know any stories of bravery in Black history?
  16. Why is it important to have heroes in history?
  17. How does learning about Black History Month make you feel?
  18. Can you name a famous Black athlete?
  19. What is something new you learned during Black History Month?
  20. How can we learn more about Black history all year?

B1 Level

  1. What impact has Black History Month had on society?
  2. How has the civil rights movement changed America?
  3. Discuss the significance of Harriet Tubman’s achievements.
  4. How do you think Black culture has influenced music worldwide?
  5. Why is it important for all people to learn about Black history?
  6. How can schools do more to teach about Black history?
  7. What role do you think activism plays in Black History Month?
  8. How has the representation of Black individuals in media changed over time?
  9. Discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion in celebrating Black History Month.
  10. What lessons can we learn from the successes and struggles of Black individuals in history?
  11. How can communities better celebrate Black History Month?
  12. What are some misconceptions about Black History Month?
  13. How can art and literature contribute to our understanding of Black history?
  14. Discuss a historical event in Black history that interests you.
  15. How do stories of Black individuals inspire people today?
  16. What is the importance of acknowledging Black inventors and their contributions?
  17. How has Black History Month evolved since its inception?
  18. Can you discuss the role of education in overcoming racial prejudice?
  19. How do events from Black history influence current social movements?
  20. Discuss the global impact of Black history and culture.

B2 Level

  1. Analyze the significance of the Harlem Renaissance in American culture.
  2. How have Black leaders shaped the course of American history?
  3. Discuss the impact of systemic racism on Black history and culture.
  4. How do you think Black History Month contributes to racial equality?
  5. Evaluate the representation of Black individuals in contemporary media.
  6. Discuss the intersectionality of race, gender, and class in Black history.
  7. How can literature and poetry be used as tools for social change?
  8. Analyze the significance of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
  9. How do modern movements like Black Lives Matter continue the legacy of past civil rights struggles?
  10. How has Black entrepreneurship impacted economies locally and globally?
  11. Discuss the role of education in dismantling stereotypes about Black people.
  12. How can we use technology to preserve and share Black history?
  13. Analyze the contributions of Black scientists and inventors.
  14. How does Black History Month foster a sense of community and belonging?
  15. How can individuals contribute to the fight against racial injustice?
  16. Discuss the importance of allyship in racial justice movements.
  17. How does Black History Month challenge and reshape historical narratives?
  18. Evaluate the role of protests in achieving civil rights.
  19. How has African diaspora influenced global cultures?
  20. Discuss the importance of preserving oral histories and narratives in Black communities.

C1 Level

  1. Critique the coverage of Black history in educational curriculums.
  2. Analyze the psychological impact of racial discrimination and how it is addressed during Black History Month.
  3. Discuss the evolution of Black political thought and its relevance today.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of affirmative action in addressing systemic inequalities.
  5. Discuss the role of Black women in the feminist movement.
  6. Analyze the impact of gentrification on Black communities.
  7. Explore the significance of Juneteenth and its recognition as a national holiday.
  8. Critique the portrayal of Black individuals in film and television.
  9. Discuss the importance of intersectionality in understanding Black history.
  10. Analyze the role of sports in breaking racial barriers.

C2 Level

  1. Deconstruct the concept of race and its implications in historical and contemporary contexts.
  2. Critically assess the balance between celebrating achievements and acknowledging ongoing struggles in Black History Month.
  3. Explore the philosophical contributions of Black thinkers to modern discourse.
  4. Evaluate the global influence of the American civil rights movement on other liberation movements.
  5. Discuss the complexities of identity and belonging within the Black diaspora.
  6. Examine the role of digital media in shaping the narratives of Black history and culture.
  7. Analyze the economic disparities faced by Black communities and the policies needed to address them.
  8. Discuss the impact of language and rhetoric in perpetuating racial stereotypes.
  9. Critique the effectiveness of current educational approaches to teaching Black history.
  10. Explore the relationship between music, resistance, and identity in Black history.