A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is a crime?
  2. Can you name three types of crimes?
  3. Why is stealing wrong?
  4. What do police officers do?
  5. How can we stay safe in our neighborhood?
  6. What should you do if you see a crime?
  7. Why are there laws?
  8. What happens when someone breaks the law?
  9. How can you prevent crime at home?
  10. What is a security camera?
  11. Why is it important to follow rules?
  12. Do you know any stories about heroes stopping crime?
  13. How do you feel when you hear about crimes?
  14. What are some safety tips you know?
  15. Why should we respect other people’s things?
  16. What is a detective?
  17. Can you name a law in your country?
  18. What is a punishment for crime?
  19. Why do people commit crimes?
  20. What can children do to help prevent crime?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How does crime affect a community?
  2. What are the consequences of cybercrime?
  3. How can education help reduce crime?
  4. Discuss the role of police in society.
  5. What are the rights of people accused of crimes?
  6. How does the media portray crime?
  7. What are the causes of youth crime?
  8. How can communities work together to prevent crime?
  9. What is the difference between a crime and a misdemeanor?
  10. How do legal systems differ in various countries?
  11. What is the role of technology in solving crimes?
  12. How do economic conditions affect crime rates?
  13. What are the challenges of rehabilitating criminals?
  14. How can individuals protect themselves from crime?
  15. Discuss the importance of eyewitness testimony.
  16. What is the impact of crime on victims?
  17. How do different cultures view punishment for crimes?
  18. What is the role of forensics in crime investigations?
  19. How do prisons work in your country?
  20. What are some famous criminal cases you know?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the psychological factors behind criminal behavior.
  2. How does corruption contribute to crime?
  3. Analyze the effectiveness of different crime prevention strategies.
  4. What are the ethical considerations in criminal justice?
  5. How does crime affect economic development?
  6. Discuss the impact of drug-related crimes on society.
  7. How do cultural differences influence the perception of crime?
  8. Analyze the role of social media in crime prevention and investigation.
  9. Discuss the challenges of international crime and law enforcement.
  10. How do privacy rights intersect with crime investigation?
  11. Discuss the concept of victimless crimes.
  12. Analyze the impact of organized crime on national security.
  13. How do mental health issues relate to crime?
  14. Discuss the concept of restorative justice.
  15. How does the portrayal of crime in entertainment affect public perception?
  16. Analyze the role of gun control in crime reduction.
  17. How do human trafficking and other international crimes affect global security?
  18. Discuss the challenges of policing in diverse communities.
  19. How does juvenile justice differ from adult criminal justice?
  20. Analyze the role of the death penalty in modern societies.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically analyze the relationship between poverty and crime.
  2. Discuss the impact of white-collar crimes on society.
  3. Analyze the influence of historical context on criminal law development.
  4. Explore the ethical dilemmas in undercover law enforcement.
  5. Discuss the role of public opinion in shaping criminal justice policies.
  6. Analyze the challenges in balancing civil liberties and crime prevention.
  7. Explore the concept of criminal responsibility and free will.
  8. Discuss the impact of globalization on crime and law enforcement.
  9. Analyze the effectiveness of international criminal courts.
  10. Explore the sociological implications of surveillance in crime prevention.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically assess the concept of state crimes.
  2. Analyze the interplay between crime, media, and politics.
  3. Discuss the philosophical foundations of justice and punishment.
  4. Explore the implications of artificial intelligence in crime prediction and prevention.
  5. Critically evaluate the role of societal norms in defining crime.
  6. Analyze the impact of cyber warfare and cyber terrorism.
  7. Explore the long-term effects of incarceration on individuals and society.
  8. Discuss the ethical aspects of criminal profiling.
  9. Analyze the influence of socio-economic inequality on crime rates.
  10. Critically assess the future of crime in a rapidly changing world.