🐈 Lesson we’ve made about this topic:
– Getting a Pet

Engage in meaningful ESL conversations about pets across all proficiency levels. Explore the joy, responsibilities, and ethical considerations.

A2 Level

  1. What pets do you like?
  2. Do you have a pet? What is it?
  3. What do pets eat?
  4. Where do pets sleep?
  5. How do you play with pets?
  6. Can pets swim?
  7. Do you walk a pet? How often?
  8. What colors are pets?
  9. Can pets learn tricks?
  10. How do pets talk to us?
  11. What do pets need to be happy?
  12. Are pets part of your family?
  13. How do you take care of pets?
  14. Do pets go to the doctor?
  15. What toys do pets like?
  16. Can pets watch TV?
  17. Do you brush your pet’s hair?
  18. How do pets make you feel?
  19. What names are good for pets?
  20. Would you like a new pet? Which one?

B1 Level

  1. Why are pets important in people’s lives?
  2. How do pets and humans help each other?
  3. What responsibilities come with having a pet?
  4. How do pets communicate with humans?
  5. Can pets sense emotions?
  6. What are some popular pets in your country?
  7. How can pets improve your health?
  8. Should pets be allowed in public places?
  9. What is the best pet for a small home?
  10. How do you train a pet?
  11. Why do some people prefer cats over dogs?
  12. What are the challenges of keeping exotic pets?
  13. How do you choose the right pet for your family?
  14. What role do pets play in your culture?
  15. Can keeping pets be bad for the environment?
  16. How do pets influence social interactions?
  17. What are pet-friendly activities?
  18. How do you find a lost pet?
  19. Should all pets be microchipped?
  20. How do pets affect family dynamics?

B2 Level

  1. Discuss the ethical considerations of pet ownership.
  2. How has the role of pets in society changed over time?
  3. What are the implications of breeding pets for specific traits?
  4. How do service animals differ from pets?
  5. Analyze the impact of pets on mental health.
  6. Should there be stricter regulations on pet ownership?
  7. How do pets contribute to ecological balance?
  8. Discuss the concept of pet insurance.
  9. How do cultural differences affect attitudes towards pets?
  10. What are the benefits and drawbacks of pet adoption vs. buying from breeders?
  11. How do pets influence lifestyle choices?
  12. Discuss the importance of wildlife conservation in relation to pets.
  13. How do virtual pets compare to real pets?
  14. What are the consequences of invasive species as pets?
  15. How can communities become more pet-friendly?
  16. Discuss the impact of social media on pet popularity.
  17. How do pets navigate the aging process with their owners?
  18. What are ethical ways to deal with pet overpopulation?
  19. How do pets contribute to community well-being?
  20. Discuss the role of pets in education and learning.

C1 Level

  1. Critically evaluate the concept of animal rights in relation to pets.
  2. Discuss the psychological effects of pet loss on humans.
  3. Explore the significance of pets in literature and art.
  4. Analyze the relationship between pet ownership and social identity.
  5. Discuss the role of pets in therapeutic settings.
  6. Evaluate the impact of technology on pet care.
  7. Explore the global diversity of pet-keeping practices.
  8. Discuss the interplay between human health and pet health.
  9. Analyze the economic aspects of the pet industry.
  10. Discuss the role of pets in promoting social cohesion.

C2 Level

  1. Critique the moral implications of genetic modification in pets.
  2. Explore the philosophical questions surrounding human-pet relationships.
  3. Analyze the sociopolitical impact of pet ownership on housing policies.
  4. Discuss the anthropomorphism of pets and its implications.
  5. Examine the cultural symbolism of pets across different societies.
  6. Critically assess the role of pets in consumer culture.
  7. Explore the ethics of pet cloning.
  8. Discuss the impact of pets on urban wildlife.
  9. Analyze the legal status of pets in various jurisdictions.
  10. Examine the intersection of pet ownership and environmental ethics.