A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is a disability?
  2. Do you know anyone with a disability?
  3. How can we help people with disabilities?
  4. What is a wheelchair?
  5. Can people with disabilities go to school?
  6. What are special needs?
  7. How do guide dogs help people?
  8. Can people with disabilities play sports?
  9. What is sign language?
  10. Are there different types of disabilities?
  11. How do you talk to someone with a disability?
  12. Can people with disabilities work?
  13. What is an accessible place?
  14. Do you know any athletes with disabilities?
  15. What is Braille?
  16. How can schools help students with disabilities?
  17. Why are ramps important?
  18. Can someone be born with a disability?
  19. How can we make games accessible?
  20. What should you not say to someone with a disability?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How does society view disability?
  2. What are the challenges faced by people with disabilities?
  3. How important is accessibility in public places?
  4. How can technology help people with disabilities?
  5. What is the difference between physical and mental disabilities?
  6. How does disability affect a person’s life?
  7. What laws protect people with disabilities?
  8. How can sports be adapted for people with disabilities?
  9. What is the role of a caregiver?
  10. How do movies and TV shows portray disability?
  11. What is inclusive education?
  12. How can workplaces be more inclusive for people with disabilities?
  13. What are invisible disabilities?
  14. How can we promote disability awareness?
  15. What is the Paralympic Games?
  16. How do service animals assist people with disabilities?
  17. What are the benefits of therapy for people with disabilities?
  18. How can we challenge stereotypes about disability?
  19. What are assistive devices?
  20. How does public transportation cater to people with disabilities?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the concept of disability as a social construct.
  2. How do cultural attitudes towards disability differ globally?
  3. What is the impact of disability on mental health?
  4. How do legal systems accommodate people with disabilities?
  5. Discuss the representation of disability in media and arts.
  6. How does the concept of universal design benefit everyone?
  7. What are the ethical considerations in genetic testing for disabilities?
  8. How can communities be more inclusive for people with disabilities?
  9. Discuss the challenges of independent living for people with disabilities.
  10. How does stigma affect the lives of people with disabilities?
  11. What is the importance of self-advocacy for people with disabilities?
  12. How do advancements in medicine impact disability?
  13. What are the challenges in education for students with disabilities?
  14. How can employers support employees with disabilities?
  15. Discuss the role of government in promoting disability rights.
  16. How do technological innovations aid in disability accommodation?
  17. What is the impact of disability on family dynamics?
  18. How does disability intersect with other identity factors?
  19. What is the significance of the disability rights movement?
  20. Discuss the challenges and opportunities in disability sports.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the intersectionality of disability with other social categories.
  2. Discuss the evolution of disability rights and legislation.
  3. Explore the role of disability in shaping identity and culture.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of current disability policies.
  5. Discuss the ethical implications of prenatal screening for disabilities.
  6. Examine the role of NGOs in supporting disability rights.
  7. Analyze the portrayal of disability in contemporary literature.
  8. Discuss the challenges of caregiving in disability contexts.
  9. Evaluate the impact of social media on disability advocacy.
  10. Explore the concept of neurodiversity and its implications.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the medical versus social models of disability.
  2. Debate the implications of AI and robotics in the field of disability.
  3. Analyze the role of disability in the context of global health.
  4. Examine the cultural and historical perceptions of disability.
  5. Discuss the impact of disability activism on public policy.
  6. Explore the ethical challenges in disability and employment.
  7. Analyze the influence of disability on art and design.
  8. Debate the effectiveness of international disability rights treaties.
  9. Examine the role of disability in shaping societal norms and values.
  10. Discuss the future challenges and opportunities in disability studies.