A2 Level:

  1. What colors can we see in the ocean?
  2. Do you like to swim in the ocean? Why or why not?
  3. What animals live in the ocean?
  4. Can you name some activities people do at the beach?
  5. How do boats move on the ocean?
  6. Why is the ocean important for the Earth?
  7. Have you ever visited the ocean? What did you do there?
  8. What do fish eat in the ocean?
  9. Can people drink ocean water? Why?
  10. How does the ocean look when the sun sets?
  11. What should you take to the beach?
  12. Do you know any songs about the ocean?
  13. What does the word “ocean” mean to you?
  14. How do oceans affect the weather?
  15. Can you name three things found on the beach?
  16. Why should we keep the ocean clean?
  17. What happens when it rains in the ocean?
  18. Do you like ocean movies? Can you name one?
  19. How can we protect the ocean?
  20. What’s the difference between an ocean and a sea?

B1 Level:

  1. How do ocean currents work?
  2. Why are coral reefs important?
  3. Discuss the impact of pollution on oceans.
  4. What are the benefits of ocean exploration?
  5. How does the ocean influence global climate?
  6. What role do oceans play in the ecosystem?
  7. Can you explain the concept of tides?
  8. What is marine conservation and why is it important?
  9. How do humans use the ocean for resources?
  10. Discuss the phenomenon of ocean acidification.
  11. What are the dangers of overfishing?
  12. How do underwater plants photosynthesize?
  13. What measures can be taken to protect endangered marine species?
  14. Why is the ocean considered a carbon sink?
  15. How do tsunamis occur?
  16. Discuss the significance of the ocean in global trade.
  17. What are some myths or legends about the ocean?
  18. How do marine animals navigate?
  19. What is the importance of marine biodiversity?
  20. How do oceanic explorations contribute to science?

B2 Level:

  1. Discuss the concept of the ocean as an ecosystem.
  2. How do human activities impact marine life?
  3. What are the challenges of deep-sea exploration?
  4. How can we balance marine resource use with conservation?
  5. Discuss the effects of climate change on the ocean.
  6. What is the significance of the Great Barrier Reef?
  7. How do ocean currents affect marine and coastal ecosystems?
  8. What technologies are used in oceanography?
  9. Discuss the role of the ocean in the carbon cycle.
  10. How does marine pollution affect human health?
  11. What strategies can be implemented for sustainable fishing?
  12. How do invasive species affect marine environments?
  13. What are the ethical considerations in marine research?
  14. Discuss the impact of sea level rise on coastal communities.
  15. How do marine sanctuaries contribute to conservation efforts?
  16. What is the role of the ocean in global food security?
  17. How does ocean acidification affect coral reefs?
  18. Discuss the challenges of governing international waters.
  19. What are the future prospects of ocean energy?
  20. How do marine ecosystems recover from natural disasters?

C1 Level:

  1. Analyze the interdependence between ocean health and human health.
  2. Discuss the implications of melting polar ice caps on global oceans.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of international marine environmental policies.
  4. Explore the potential of marine biotechnology.
  5. Discuss the socioeconomic impacts of marine pollution.
  6. How does oceanography contribute to our understanding of climate change?
  7. What are the challenges in enforcing marine conservation laws?
  8. Discuss the impact of acidification on marine life and ecosystems.
  9. Evaluate the potential of ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC).
  10. Analyze the role of the ocean in cultural narratives across different societies.

C2 Level:

  1. Critique the role of global governance in addressing oceanic environmental issues.
  2. Explore the ethical considerations in the exploitation of deep-sea resources.
  3. Analyze the impact of climate change on oceanic currents and marine biodiversity.
  4. Discuss the philosophical implications of ocean exploration and human curiosity.
  5. Evaluate the impact of anthropogenic noise on marine species.
  6. Discuss the implications of marine spatial planning for biodiversity conservation.
  7. Analyze the effectiveness of marine protected areas in preserving biodiversity.
  8. Explore the role of traditional knowledge in marine conservation.
  9. Critique the economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by the oceans.
  10. Discuss the future of human-ocean interaction in the context of sustainable development.