A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is forensics?
  2. Why do police use forensics?
  3. Can you name any tools used in forensics?
  4. What is a fingerprint?
  5. How do scientists use microscopes in forensics?
  6. What can DNA tell us?
  7. Have you seen a TV show about forensics?
  8. What is a detective?
  9. How do you think forensics helps solve crimes?
  10. Can forensics tell how old something is?
  11. What is evidence?
  12. Do you think forensics is interesting?
  13. How do you think computers help in forensics?
  14. What kind of people work in forensics?
  15. Can forensics be used in hospitals?
  16. What do you think forensic scientists wear?
  17. How do you think forensics has changed over time?
  18. Do you think forensics is important?
  19. Can forensics be wrong?
  20. Would you like to learn more about forensics?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How does forensic science help in investigations?
  2. What are the different types of forensic evidence?
  3. How is DNA used to solve crimes?
  4. What is the role of a forensic pathologist?
  5. Can forensics determine the cause of a fire?
  6. How do forensic experts analyze fingerprints?
  7. What is forensic psychology?
  8. How accurate is forensic evidence in court?
  9. What is cyber forensics?
  10. How long does it take to analyze forensic evidence?
  11. What is a crime scene?
  12. How do forensic scientists collect evidence?
  13. Can forensics solve old cases?
  14. What are the challenges in forensic science?
  15. How has technology improved forensics?
  16. What are the ethical issues in forensic science?
  17. How important is eyewitness testimony in forensics?
  18. What is a forensic laboratory?
  19. Can forensics identify unknown victims?
  20. How do forensic scientists communicate their findings?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the impact of forensics on the criminal justice system.
  2. Explore the use of forensics in uncovering historical mysteries.
  3. Debate the reliability of forensic evidence in trials.
  4. How has forensic science evolved over the years?
  5. Analyze the role of forensics in counter-terrorism.
  6. Discuss the importance of chain of custody in forensic investigations.
  7. How do environmental factors affect forensic evidence?
  8. What are the limitations of forensic science?
  9. Explore the role of forensics in disaster victim identification.
  10. How do advances in technology impact forensic methods?
  11. Discuss the ethical considerations in forensic DNA databasing.
  12. Analyze the role of forensics in wildlife crime investigations.
  13. What are the challenges in digital forensics?
  14. How do forensic anthropologists contribute to solving crimes?
  15. Discuss the intersection of forensics and human rights.
  16. What is the future of forensic science?
  17. How does forensic science contribute to public safety?
  18. Discuss the role of forensics in cold case investigations.
  19. How do international laws impact forensic investigations?
  20. Explore the use of AI and machine learning in forensic science.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically analyze the role of forensic evidence in high-profile cases.
  2. Debate the ethical implications of genetic profiling in forensics.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of forensic techniques in solving cybercrimes.
  4. Discuss the intersection of forensics and privacy rights.
  5. Analyze the impact of forensic science on wrongful convictions.
  6. Evaluate the role of forensics in mitigating wrongful imprisonment.
  7. Discuss the challenges of forensic analysis in complex crime scenes.
  8. Analyze the implications of forensic research for policy and law.
  9. Evaluate the role of interdisciplinary approaches in forensic investigations.
  10. Discuss the impact of public perception on forensic science.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically discuss the evolution of forensic methodologies and their societal impact.
  2. Debate the reliability and limitations of forensic science in legal systems.
  3. Analyze the influence of forensic evidence on judicial decisions.
  4. Evaluate the role of forensic science in international criminal investigations.
  5. Discuss the implications of emerging forensic technologies on civil liberties.
  6. Examine the challenges of standardizing forensic procedures globally.
  7. Critique the representation of forensics in media and popular culture.
  8. Analyze the ethical considerations in forensic research involving human subjects.
  9. Debate the future challenges and opportunities in forensic science.
  10. Discuss the role of forensic science in addressing global security threats.