A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is your favorite dinosaur?
  2. Can you name three types of dinosaurs?
  3. What colors were dinosaurs?
  4. Were all dinosaurs big?
  5. Did dinosaurs live in water or on land?
  6. What did dinosaurs eat?
  7. Do you think dinosaurs were scary?
  8. How did dinosaurs move?
  9. Why do you think dinosaurs are not around anymore?
  10. Would you like to see a real dinosaur?
  11. What sounds do you think dinosaurs made?
  12. Can you draw a picture of a dinosaur?
  13. Where did dinosaurs live?
  14. Did dinosaurs have feathers?
  15. What movies about dinosaurs do you know?
  16. How long ago did dinosaurs live?
  17. Did dinosaurs have families?
  18. What would you do if you met a dinosaur?
  19. Can you describe the size of a dinosaur?
  20. Why are dinosaurs important to learn about?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How have our ideas about dinosaurs changed over time?
  2. Why do you think children are fascinated by dinosaurs?
  3. What can dinosaur fossils tell us about the past?
  4. How do you think dinosaurs affected their environment?
  5. What would happen if dinosaurs still existed today?
  6. How are birds related to dinosaurs?
  7. What do you think caused the extinction of dinosaurs?
  8. How do scientists discover and study dinosaurs?
  9. Why is it important to protect dinosaur fossils?
  10. How do movies about dinosaurs differ from reality?
  11. What are the similarities and differences between various dinosaur species?
  12. How do you think dinosaurs communicated with each other?
  13. What role do dinosaurs play in education and science?
  14. How do you think the world would be different if dinosaurs had not become extinct?
  15. What are the challenges in reconstructing the appearance of dinosaurs?
  16. How has technology improved our understanding of dinosaurs?
  17. What are some misconceptions about dinosaurs?
  18. How do you think the climate was when dinosaurs lived?
  19. What lessons can we learn from the study of dinosaurs?
  20. How do dinosaurs inspire creativity and imagination?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the evolutionary significance of dinosaurs.
  2. How do you think the discovery of dinosaurs has impacted our understanding of Earth’s history?
  3. What are the ethical considerations in displaying dinosaur fossils in museums?
  4. How do paleontologists determine the age of dinosaur fossils?
  5. Can you compare and contrast the habitats of various dinosaur species?
  6. How do you think the media influences our perception of dinosaurs?
  7. What are the challenges in classifying different dinosaur species?
  8. How do dinosaurs contribute to our understanding of biodiversity and extinction?
  9. Discuss the role of dinosaurs in popular culture and media.
  10. What are the implications of cloning or recreating extinct species like dinosaurs?
  11. How do you think dinosaurs adapted to their environments?
  12. What can studying dinosaurs tell us about climate change and environmental shifts?
  13. Discuss the impact of asteroid impacts on the history of life on Earth.
  14. How does the study of dinosaurs intersect with other scientific disciplines?
  15. What are the controversies surrounding the portrayal of dinosaurs in scientific literature?
  16. How do dinosaurs challenge our understanding of time and history?
  17. What are the advancements in dinosaur paleontology in recent years?
  18. How do you think the extinction of dinosaurs shaped the evolution of other species?
  19. Discuss the significance of recent dinosaur discoveries.
  20. What future research directions do you think paleontology will take?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the methodological approaches in dinosaur paleontology.
  2. Discuss the impact of continental drift on dinosaur evolution and distribution.
  3. Evaluate the role of dinosaurs in ecological systems during the Mesozoic era.
  4. Can you explore the relationship between dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals?
  5. Discuss the theories regarding the social behavior of dinosaurs.
  6. Analyze the role of selective pressures in dinosaur evolution.
  7. Evaluate the impact of paleontology on our understanding of geologic time scales.
  8. Discuss the challenges in interpreting paleontological evidence.
  9. How do you think dinosaur studies contribute to the field of evolutionary biology?
  10. Analyze the influence of public interest in dinosaurs on scientific research.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the narrative of dinosaur extinction and its implications for understanding mass extinctions.
  2. Discuss the philosophical questions raised by the study of extinct species like dinosaurs.
  3. Evaluate the contribution of dinosaur research to theories of evolution and natural selection.
  4. Analyze the intersection of paleontology with genetics, biochemistry, and other sciences.
  5. Discuss the implications of reconstructing the past through fossil records.
  6. Evaluate the role of technology in reshaping our understanding of prehistoric life.
  7. Discuss the ethical dimensions of using technology to bring back extinct species.
  8. Analyze how the study of dinosaurs informs our understanding of environmental resilience and vulnerability.
  9. Critique the representation of dinosaurs in academic discourse versus popular media.
  10. Evaluate the future prospects and challenges in the field of dinosaur paleontology.