A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What colors are in the Canadian flag?
  2. Have you ever seen a moose?
  3. What do you know about Canadian food?
  4. Can you name any Canadian cities?
  5. Do you know any famous people from Canada?
  6. What sports are popular in Canada?
  7. Have you heard of the Canadian Rockies?
  8. What kind of animals live in Canada?
  9. Do you know any Canadian holidays?
  10. How do people in Canada travel?
  11. What is the weather like in Canada?
  12. Have you ever tried maple syrup?
  13. What do you think Canadian schools are like?
  14. Do you know any Canadian songs?
  15. What languages do people speak in Canada?
  16. What would you like to see in Canada?
  17. Have you seen pictures of Canada’s nature?
  18. What do you think Canadian houses look like?
  19. Do you know any Canadian traditions?
  20. Would you like to visit Canada? Why?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the cultural diversity in Canada.
  2. What are some famous landmarks in Canada?
  3. How does Canada’s geography influence its culture?
  4. What is the significance of hockey in Canada?
  5. Discuss Canadian cuisine and its influences.
  6. How does Canada’s bilingual policy work?
  7. What are the main industries in Canada?
  8. Discuss the education system in Canada.
  9. How do Canadians celebrate national holidays?
  10. What are the challenges of living in a cold climate?
  11. Compare Canadian cities to rural areas.
  12. Discuss the role of nature in Canadian life.
  13. How does Canada contribute to global issues?
  14. What is the political system in Canada?
  15. Discuss the importance of the indigenous cultures in Canada.
  16. How has Canada’s history shaped its identity?
  17. Discuss Canada’s role in international peacekeeping.
  18. What are Canadian values?
  19. How do Canadians view sports and recreation?
  20. Discuss the importance of the arts in Canada.

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the impact of immigration on Canadian society.
  2. Discuss the balance between urban and rural life in Canada.
  3. How does Canada’s healthcare system work?
  4. Examine Canada’s role in global environmental issues.
  5. Discuss the influence of French culture in Canada.
  6. Analyze the economic strengths and challenges of Canada.
  7. Compare and contrast Canada’s education system with that of another country.
  8. Discuss the significance of the First Nations in Canadian society.
  9. How does Canada manage its natural resources?
  10. Examine the cultural impact of Canadian music and film.
  11. Discuss Canada’s relationship with the United States.
  12. Analyze Canada’s approach to multiculturalism.
  13. How does Canada address social welfare issues?
  14. Discuss the impact of technology on Canadian life.
  15. Examine the role of winter sports in Canadian culture.
  16. Analyze the significance of bilingualism in Canadian politics.
  17. Discuss Canada’s contribution to scientific research.
  18. Examine how Canadian literature reflects its culture.
  19. How does Canada’s geography shape its national identity?
  20. Discuss the future challenges facing Canada.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically assess Canada’s immigration policies.
  2. Discuss the complexities of Canada’s bilingual identity.
  3. Analyze the influence of Canadian policies on global affairs.
  4. Evaluate the impact of climate change on Canadian ecosystems.
  5. Examine the role of indigenous peoples in shaping Canada’s future.
  6. Discuss the challenges of maintaining a universal healthcare system.
  7. Analyze the cultural implications of Canada’s federal structure.
  8. Evaluate Canada’s approach to education and research.
  9. Discuss the impact of global trade on Canada’s economy.
  10. Examine the role of media in shaping Canadian public opinion.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the effectiveness of Canada’s multicultural policy.
  2. Analyze the impact of economic globalization on Canada.
  3. Critically assess the role of Canada in international peacekeeping.
  4. Debate the challenges of environmental conservation in Canada.
  5. Analyze the role of Canadian literature in reflecting national identity.
  6. Debate the future of Canada’s relationship with the United States.
  7. Examine the implications of technological advancements in Canadian society.
  8. Critically assess the integration of indigenous rights in Canadian politics.
  9. Analyze the impact of climate policies on Canada’s economy.
  10. Debate the role of Canada in shaping global cultural trends.