🐕 Lesson we’ve made about this topic:
– Getting a Pet

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What colors can dogs be?
  2. Do you think dogs are good pets? Why?
  3. What do dogs eat?
  4. How do you take care of a dog?
  5. Can you name some dog breeds?
  6. What sounds do dogs make?
  7. Where do dogs live?
  8. Do you prefer big dogs or small dogs?
  9. How do you play with a dog?
  10. What is your favorite thing about dogs?
  11. Do dogs need to go to the doctor?
  12. What can dogs do that is special?
  13. How do you feel when you see a dog?
  14. Should dogs wear clothes?
  15. Can dogs understand people?
  16. What do dogs do when they are happy?
  17. Why do people walk dogs?
  18. Do you think dogs can swim?
  19. What is a famous dog from a movie or TV?
  20. Would you like to have a dog? Why or why not?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How do dogs communicate with humans?
  2. What responsibilities come with owning a dog?
  3. Can you describe the personality of a dog you know?
  4. Why are dogs known as man’s best friend?
  5. How are dogs trained?
  6. Discuss the benefits of having a dog.
  7. What are some common problems dog owners face?
  8. How do dogs help people in their daily lives?
  9. Compare dogs with another pet, like cats.
  10. Should all dogs be on a leash in public places?
  11. What are the best ways to exercise a dog?
  12. How do dogs show loyalty?
  13. Discuss the importance of vaccinations for dogs.
  14. What role do dogs play in security and safety?
  15. How can dogs sense human emotions?
  16. What is your opinion on dog breeding?
  17. How do movies and media portray dogs?
  18. Discuss the concept of ‘rescue dogs’.
  19. How do different cultures view dogs?
  20. What is the future of dogs in human society?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the intelligence of dogs compared to other animals.
  2. What are the ethical considerations of owning a dog?
  3. How do dogs contribute to human health and well-being?
  4. Discuss the impact of dog breeding on dog health.
  5. How do service dogs assist people with disabilities?
  6. What are the challenges of dog training?
  7. Discuss the role of dogs in search and rescue operations.
  8. How does the bond between a dog and its owner develop?
  9. What are the implications of stray and feral dogs in urban areas?
  10. How do laws and regulations affect dog ownership?
  11. Discuss the impact of dogs on local wildlife.
  12. What are the pros and cons of dog shows?
  13. How do cultural differences influence attitudes towards dogs?
  14. Discuss the evolution of dogs from wolves.
  15. How do dogs perceive their environment?
  16. What are the controversies surrounding dog breeding practices?
  17. How do dogs cope with separation from their owners?
  18. Discuss the concept of ‘no-kill’ shelters for dogs.
  19. What role do dogs play in therapy and emotional support?
  20. How can society address issues of dog homelessness and overpopulation?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Analyze the role of dogs in different historical contexts.
  2. Discuss the ethical implications of genetic modification in dogs.
  3. How do dogs affect ecological systems?
  4. What are the psychological effects of owning a dog?
  5. Explore the relationship between dogs and human evolution.
  6. Discuss the moral considerations of using dogs in law enforcement.
  7. Analyze the representation of dogs in literature and art.
  8. How do dogs influence social interactions among humans?
  9. Discuss the impact of modern lifestyles on dog welfare.
  10. Evaluate the effectiveness of different dog training methodologies.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the role of dogs in societal structures.
  2. Analyze the anthropomorphism of dogs in media.
  3. Discuss the philosophical aspects of the human-dog relationship.
  4. Evaluate the impact of urbanization on dog behavior and welfare.
  5. Explore the cross-cultural symbolism of dogs.
  6. Analyze the legal and ethical considerations of dog ownership in different countries.
  7. Discuss the influence of dogs on human psychological and sociological theories.
  8. Evaluate the role of dogs in scientific research and its ethical implications.
  9. Explore the changing dynamics of dog breeds over time.
  10. Analyze the socioeconomic factors influencing dog ownership trends.