A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is evolution?
  2. How do animals change over time?
  3. What are dinosaurs?
  4. Who was Charles Darwin?
  5. Why are some animals different in different places?
  6. What is a fossil?
  7. How do we know what ancient animals looked like?
  8. Why do some animals go extinct?
  9. What is DNA?
  10. Can you name a kind of animal that has changed a lot?
  11. How are humans different from ancient humans?
  12. Why do some animals have special features?
  13. How do plants change over time?
  14. What animals are related to each other?
  15. Why are there so many kinds of animals?
  16. What does ‘adaptation’ mean?
  17. How do animals survive in different places?
  18. Why do some animals look like their parents?
  19. What can fossils tell us?
  20. Do you think animals will keep changing?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss how natural selection works.
  2. How do species adapt to their environment?
  3. What is genetic variation?
  4. Why are some species more successful than others?
  5. How do scientists use fossils to learn about evolution?
  6. What are some examples of evolutionary adaptations?
  7. How has human evolution shaped our lives?
  8. Discuss the evolution of a specific animal.
  9. What role does the environment play in evolution?
  10. How has the theory of evolution influenced science?
  11. Discuss Darwin’s theory of natural selection.
  12. How do animals develop new traits?
  13. What is the importance of biodiversity in evolution?
  14. How do mutations affect evolution?
  15. What are the differences between evolution and creationism?
  16. How do extinct species contribute to our understanding of evolution?
  17. What is the evidence for evolution?
  18. How do evolutionary theories apply to plants?
  19. Discuss the impact of human activities on animal evolution.
  20. What are the future implications of evolution?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the role of genetics in evolution.
  2. Discuss the impact of climate change on evolution.
  3. How do evolutionary principles apply to modern medicine?
  4. Debate the ethical considerations of genetic engineering.
  5. Analyze the coevolution of different species.
  6. Discuss the concept of survival of the fittest.
  7. Evaluate the significance of transitional fossils.
  8. Discuss the evolution of human behavior.
  9. Analyze the role of sexual selection in evolution.
  10. Debate the controversies surrounding evolutionary theory.
  11. Discuss the impact of invasive species on native ecosystems.
  12. Analyze the evolutionary origins of certain human traits.
  13. Evaluate the role of viruses and bacteria in evolution.
  14. Discuss the implications of evolutionary psychology.
  15. How does artificial selection differ from natural selection?
  16. Analyze the role of symbiosis in evolution.
  17. Discuss the impact of mass extinctions on evolution.
  18. Evaluate the concept of evolutionary fitness.
  19. Analyze the role of evolutionary theory in conservation.
  20. Debate the future of human evolution.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the limitations of the current evolutionary theories.
  2. Analyze the role of evolution in ecological systems.
  3. Evaluate the implications of epigenetics on evolution.
  4. Discuss the intersection of evolution and technology.
  5. Examine the challenges in reconstructing evolutionary history.
  6. Analyze the impact of human evolution on global ecosystems.
  7. Evaluate the role of evolutionary theory in understanding diseases.
  8. Discuss the implications of genetic research on evolutionary studies.
  9. Examine the ethical implications of manipulating genetic evolution.
  10. Critically assess the role of evolutionary theory in social sciences.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the philosophical implications of evolutionary theory.
  2. Analyze the role of evolution in shaping human culture.
  3. Critically evaluate the concept of evolutionary arms races.
  4. Examine the long-term impacts of human intervention in evolution.
  5. Discuss the implications of convergent evolution on biodiversity.
  6. Analyze the impact of genetic drift on population evolution.
  7. Evaluate the role of evolutionary theory in addressing climate change.
  8. Debate the future of evolution in a rapidly changing world.
  9. Examine the role of evolutionary biology in biotechnology.
  10. Critically assess the role of evolution in shaping ethical frameworks.