👏 Lesson we’ve made on this topic:
– Neuroscience of Giving

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is charity?
  2. Have you ever donated to a charity? What was it?
  3. Why do people give money to charity?
  4. Can children help charities? How?
  5. What kinds of charities do you know?
  6. Have you ever seen a charity event? What happened?
  7. What do you think charities do with the money they get?
  8. Can charity help people? Give an example.
  9. Should schools teach about charity? Why?
  10. What is your favorite charity and why?
  11. How do you feel when you give to charity?
  12. Can small donations make a big difference?
  13. What is better: giving time or money to charity?
  14. Do you know any famous charities?
  15. How can charity help animals?
  16. What kind of charity would you like to start?
  17. Do you know anyone who works for a charity?
  18. How can we find out if a charity is good?
  19. Why is charity important?
  20. What can we do to help charities?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What motivates people to donate to charities?
  2. Discuss the impact of charity on society.
  3. How do charities help in times of crisis?
  4. Can charities change the world? Give examples.
  5. What are the challenges faced by charities?
  6. How do charities raise awareness about issues?
  7. What role do celebrities play in promoting charities?
  8. Discuss the concept of volunteering for charity.
  9. Should companies donate to charities? Why or why not?
  10. How can we evaluate the effectiveness of a charity?
  11. Is it better to donate locally or internationally? Discuss.
  12. What are the benefits of regular donations to charity?
  13. How do social media platforms help charities?
  14. Discuss the difference between big and small charities.
  15. What is the role of governments in supporting charities?
  16. How can charity events be made more engaging?
  17. Should schools partner with charities? Discuss.
  18. What are innovative ways to support charities?
  19. Discuss the ethical aspects of charity work.
  20. How can technology improve the work of charities?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the role of charity in modern society.
  2. Debate the effectiveness of direct aid vs. advocacy charities.
  3. Discuss the ethical implications of charity and dependency.
  4. Evaluate the role of non-profit organizations in global issues.
  5. How do charities influence government policies?
  6. Discuss the concept of ‘philanthrocapitalism’.
  7. Can charity be a solution to poverty? Debate this idea.
  8. Explore the relationship between charities and cultural sensitivity.
  9. Analyze the impact of charity on environmental issues.
  10. Discuss the future of charity in a digital world.
  11. How do cultural differences affect charitable practices?
  12. Debate the pros and cons of anonymous donations.
  13. Analyze the impact of charity on the economy.
  14. Discuss the concept of sustainable charity models.
  15. How can charities balance local and global needs?
  16. Evaluate the role of transparency in charitable organizations.
  17. Discuss the concept of ‘charity fatigue’.
  18. How can charities effectively communicate their impact?
  19. Analyze the role of youth in shaping the future of charity.
  20. Discuss the impact of political changes on charitable organizations.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically assess the relationship between charity and social justice.
  2. Discuss the long-term impacts of charity on developing countries.
  3. Evaluate the ethical considerations in charity marketing strategies.
  4. Analyze the role of technology in transforming charitable giving.
  5. Discuss the concept of ‘effective altruism’.
  6. Explore the psychological effects of charitable giving on donors.
  7. Critically examine the role of charity in addressing systemic issues.
  8. Discuss the challenges of maintaining donor interest over time.
  9. Analyze the influence of cultural values on charitable practices.
  10. Evaluate the role of international aid organizations in conflict zones.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the philosophical implications of charity as a societal norm.
  2. Critically analyze the role of charity in perpetuating economic disparities.
  3. Explore the potential of charity in addressing global health crises.
  4. Discuss the long-term ethical considerations of philanthropy.
  5. Evaluate the impact of charity on the concept of global citizenship.
  6. Analyze the role of charity in shaping public policy.
  7. Debate the influence of charity on cultural and social structures.
  8. Critically assess the potential for charity to drive sustainable development.
  9. Explore the implications of charity in the context of political activism.
  10. Debate the extent to which charity can address issues of inequality.