A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is DNA?
  2. Where is DNA found in our bodies?
  3. Can you name any animals that also have DNA?
  4. What colors do you think are in DNA?
  5. Is DNA the same in all people?
  6. How do you think scientists use DNA?
  7. Do plants have DNA?
  8. Why is DNA important?
  9. Can DNA change?
  10. What do you know about DNA tests?
  11. How long do you think DNA is?
  12. Do you think DNA is beautiful?
  13. Who discovered DNA?
  14. Can you draw a picture of DNA?
  15. What do you think “genetics” means?
  16. Do you think we can see DNA?
  17. What might happen if DNA was different?
  18. Do you know any movies about DNA?
  19. Can DNA tell us about our family?
  20. What questions do you have about DNA?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How does DNA influence our traits?
  2. What are the components of DNA?
  3. How do scientists study DNA?
  4. What role does DNA play in health and medicine?
  5. Can DNA be used to solve crimes?
  6. How does DNA vary among different species?
  7. What is genetic engineering?
  8. Can DNA tests tell you about your ancestry?
  9. How does DNA replication work?
  10. What ethical issues surround DNA research?
  11. Do you think cloning is possible with DNA?
  12. How can DNA impact our future?
  13. What are some misconceptions about DNA?
  14. How do environmental factors affect DNA?
  15. What’s the difference between DNA and RNA?
  16. How does DNA relate to evolution?
  17. Can changes in DNA lead to diseases?
  18. What is gene therapy?
  19. How is DNA used in forensics?
  20. What do you think about the privacy of DNA data?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the structure and function of DNA.
  2. How has DNA technology evolved over the years?
  3. Explore the ethical dilemmas of genetic engineering.
  4. What is the significance of the Human Genome Project?
  5. How do mutations in DNA affect living organisms?
  6. Discuss the role of DNA in genetic disorders.
  7. What are the potential benefits and risks of gene editing?
  8. How does DNA fingerprinting work, and what are its applications?
  9. Explore the relationship between DNA and heredity.
  10. How is DNA used in personalized medicine?
  11. What are epigenetics and their significance?
  12. Discuss the impact of biotechnology on DNA research.
  13. How do environmental changes influence genetic diversity?
  14. What are the latest advancements in DNA sequencing?
  15. How does DNA contribute to forensic science?
  16. Discuss the concept of genetic privacy and data security.
  17. What is the role of DNA in evolutionary biology?
  18. How can DNA studies contribute to conservation efforts?
  19. What is CRISPR, and how does it work?
  20. Discuss the future prospects of DNA technology.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Evaluate the ethical implications of gene therapy.
  2. Discuss the role of DNA in evolutionary theory.
  3. Explore the advancements and challenges in genome editing.
  4. Analyze the impact of DNA research on medical science.
  5. Debate the privacy concerns surrounding genetic databases.
  6. Examine the role of DNA in forensic science and criminal investigations.
  7. Discuss the potential of DNA in understanding genetic diseases.
  8. Evaluate the use of DNA in ancestry and genealogy research.
  9. Analyze the implications of epigenetic changes.
  10. Discuss the future of personalized medicine and DNA.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically analyze the ethical boundaries of genetic engineering.
  2. Debate the implications of DNA profiling in law enforcement and privacy.
  3. Evaluate the long-term effects of CRISPR and gene editing technologies.
  4. Discuss the intersection of DNA research and bioethics.
  5. Analyze the role of DNA in shaping human identity and diversity.
  6. Examine the societal impact of advancements in DNA technology.
  7. Debate the role of government in regulating DNA-based technologies.
  8. Analyze the potential of synthetic biology and DNA.
  9. Critique the role of DNA evidence in the judicial system.
  10. Discuss the philosophical implications of altering human DNA.