A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What color is the moon?
  2. Do you like looking at the moon? Why or why not?
  3. What shapes can you see in the moon?
  4. Can you name any stories or songs about the moon?
  5. Do you think the moon is beautiful? Why?
  6. What is a full moon?
  7. Have people gone to the moon?
  8. Can you see the moon every night?
  9. What is the moon made of?
  10. How does the moon change shape?
  11. Do you know any festivals about the moon?
  12. What does the moon do for Earth?
  13. How does the moonlight make you feel?
  14. Is the moon bigger than the sun?
  15. What would you do if you visited the moon?
  16. Do you know any myths about the moon?
  17. Can you draw the moon?
  18. How is the moon different from stars?
  19. Have you ever watched the moon through a telescope?
  20. What questions would you ask an astronaut about the moon?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. Why is the moon important for Earth?
  2. How does the moon affect the tides?
  3. Do you think we will live on the moon one day?
  4. How does the moon orbit the Earth?
  5. What are the phases of the moon?
  6. Can you describe a lunar eclipse?
  7. What is the difference between a full moon and a new moon?
  8. Why do you think people have always been fascinated by the moon?
  9. How did the moon form, according to scientists?
  10. What are some scientific discoveries about the moon?
  11. Discuss the cultural significance of the moon in your country.
  12. What would you take with you on a trip to the moon?
  13. How does the moon influence animals and plants?
  14. What are some challenges of traveling to the moon?
  15. Discuss the phrase “once in a blue moon.”
  16. How do different cultures view the moon?
  17. What new things would you like to learn about the moon?
  18. How has the moon been represented in art and literature?
  19. Why is the dark side of the moon mysterious?
  20. What role does the moon play in space exploration?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the role of the moon in maintaining Earth’s stability.
  2. How does lunar exploration contribute to our understanding of the solar system?
  3. Debate the ethical implications of mining the moon for resources.
  4. Discuss the symbolism of the moon in various cultures.
  5. How has our perception of the moon changed with advances in science?
  6. What are the challenges of establishing a human colony on the moon?
  7. How does the moon’s gravitational pull affect Earth’s climate?
  8. Analyze the significance of the moon in romantic literature.
  9. Discuss the impact of the Apollo moon landings on society.
  10. How could the moon play a role in future space missions?
  11. What are the scientific mysteries still surrounding the moon?
  12. Discuss the importance of the moon in navigation history.
  13. How would life on Earth be different without the moon?
  14. Debate whether we should prioritize moon exploration or Mars exploration.
  15. What technological advances have been inspired by lunar research?
  16. How do lunar cycles influence human behavior, if at all?
  17. Discuss the concept of a “supermoon” and its effects.
  18. Explore the idea of the moon as a space tourism destination.
  19. What are the potential benefits and drawbacks of lunar colonization?
  20. How has the representation of the moon in media influenced public perception?

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Evaluate the scientific and cultural significance of the moon in human history.
  2. Discuss how lunar research has influenced our understanding of Earth’s early history.
  3. Analyze the potential of the moon in supporting deep space missions.
  4. Debate the future of international cooperation in moon exploration.
  5. Explore the concept of “moon rights” in the context of space law.
  6. Evaluate the impact of lunar cycles on ecosystems and biodiversity.
  7. Discuss the philosophical implications of humans colonizing the moon.
  8. Analyze the role of the moon in indigenous folklore and cosmology.
  9. Debate the role of private companies in lunar exploration and exploitation.
  10. Examine the influence of the moon in shaping human consciousness and culture.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critically assess the role of the moon in theories of the origin of the solar system.
  2. Explore the ethical considerations in the commercial exploitation of lunar resources.
  3. Analyze the impact of moon-related myths on modern cultural narratives.
  4. Debate the implications of terraforming the moon for human habitation.
  5. Examine the role of the moon in ancient astronomical systems and their understanding of the universe.
  6. Discuss the philosophical questions raised by the possibility of life on the moon.
  7. Critique the representation of the moon in contemporary science fiction.
  8. Analyze the long-term environmental impacts of lunar exploration.
  9. Debate the role of the moon in shaping future space policies and international relations.
  10. Examine the moon’s influence in artistic expressions across different cultures.