A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is a legend?
  2. Can you name a famous legend from your country?
  3. Are legends real or imaginary?
  4. What creatures are in legends?
  5. Do you like to listen to legends? Why?
  6. Have you read any legends in English?
  7. What is your favorite legend and why?
  8. Who tells legends in your family?
  9. Where do legends come from?
  10. Can you draw a picture of a legend?
  11. What legends are famous in other countries?
  12. Do you know any legends about animals?
  13. What colors are in legends?
  14. Are there legends about places near you?
  15. How do legends make you feel?
  16. What do you think legends teach us?
  17. Can you tell a short legend in English?
  18. What do heroes do in legends?
  19. Are there legends about the sea or mountains?
  20. What sounds are in legends?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Discuss a legend that is important in your culture.
  2. What moral lessons do legends often teach?
  3. How are legends different from fairy tales?
  4. Share a legend that you find interesting.
  5. How do legends reflect a country’s culture?
  6. Why do people keep telling legends?
  7. What historical events are in legends?
  8. How do legends explain nature?
  9. What are some common themes in legends?
  10. Discuss a legend you learned as a child.
  11. How are legends passed down through generations?
  12. What are some famous legends from around the world?
  13. How do legends change over time?
  14. Discuss a legend about a famous historical figure.
  15. What makes a story a legend?
  16. How do legends influence literature?
  17. Are there modern legends? Give examples.
  18. How do legends differ around the world?
  19. What is the difference between a legend and a myth?
  20. How do legends contribute to a sense of identity?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the symbolism in a specific legend.
  2. How do legends shape national identity?
  3. Discuss the role of legends in preserving history.
  4. Compare legends from different cultures.
  5. How do legends reflect societal values and beliefs?
  6. Discuss the impact of legends on popular culture.
  7. Explore the psychological aspects of legends.
  8. How have legends influenced modern storytelling?
  9. Discuss the use of allegory in legends.
  10. Debate the relevance of legends in today’s world.
  11. How do legends contribute to cultural heritage?
  12. Discuss a legend that has multiple versions.
  13. How do legends address human fears and desires?
  14. Analyze the role of heroes and villains in legends.
  15. How do legends deal with the supernatural?
  16. Discuss the transformation of oral legends into written form.
  17. How do legends foster community and shared values?
  18. Explore the theme of good vs. evil in legends.
  19. How do legends handle the concept of fate and destiny?
  20. Analyze the impact of colonialism on indigenous legends.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critique the historical accuracy of legends.
  2. Analyze the interplay between legend and language.
  3. Discuss the role of legends in shaping cultural memory.
  4. Evaluate the impact of globalization on local legends.
  5. Explore the function of myth-making in legends.
  6. Analyze how legends address existential questions.
  7. Discuss the use of legends in political narratives.
  8. Examine the role of legends in identity formation.
  9. Evaluate the role of gender in traditional legends.
  10. Analyze the adaptation of legends in modern media.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically assess the role of legends in cultural imperialism.
  2. Explore the philosophical implications of myth-making in legends.
  3. Analyze the transformation of legends in a postmodern context.
  4. Debate the role of legends in perpetuating stereotypes.
  5. Examine the intersection of legends and folklore studies.
  6. Critically analyze the portrayal of morality in legends.
  7. Explore the dynamic between oral tradition and written legends.
  8. Analyze the impact of legends on collective consciousness.
  9. Debate the role of legends in cultural resistance.
  10. Examine the influence of legends on national ideologies.