A2 Level Questions:

  1. What color are most plants?
  2. Do you have plants at home? What kind?
  3. How often should we water plants?
  4. What do plants need to grow?
  5. Can plants live without sunlight?
  6. Do you like flowers or trees more? Why?
  7. What’s the biggest plant you know?
  8. Have you ever planted a seed? What happened?
  9. Why are plants important?
  10. Can you name a fruit and a vegetable?
  11. Where do plants grow?
  12. Do all plants have flowers?
  13. What plant is in your favorite food?
  14. How do plants help the air?
  15. Can plants grow in the dark?
  16. What’s your favorite plant? Why?
  17. Do you think planting trees is important?
  18. Have you visited a forest? What was it like?
  19. What plant smells really good to you?
  20. Can you eat all plants?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. How do photosynthesis work in plants?
  2. Why are rainforests important for plants?
  3. How do plants adapt to different environments?
  4. What’s the difference between a fruit and a vegetable?
  5. Can you explain the life cycle of a plant?
  6. How do plants affect the ecosystem?
  7. What are some medicinal plants you know?
  8. How do plants reproduce?
  9. Why is it important to have plants in cities?
  10. What challenges do plants face in deserts?
  11. How do plants communicate with each other?
  12. What are the benefits of indoor plants?
  13. How can planting trees combat climate change?
  14. What’s the most unusual plant you’ve heard of?
  15. How do invasive species affect native plants?
  16. Why do some plants have thorns?
  17. How do plants contribute to the water cycle?
  18. Can plants feel pain?
  19. What’s the role of fungi in plant life?
  20. How do plants defend themselves from predators?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the significance of biodiversity in plant life.
  2. How do human activities impact plant biodiversity?
  3. What are the ethical implications of genetically modifying plants?
  4. Explore the relationship between bees and plant pollination.
  5. How do climate changes affect plant zones and agriculture?
  6. What’s the concept of permaculture and its benefits?
  7. How can urban gardening contribute to sustainability?
  8. Discuss the role of plants in traditional medicine vs modern medicine.
  9. How do aquatic plants contribute to their ecosystem?
  10. What are the challenges of conserving endangered plant species?
  11. How does soil quality affect plant growth?
  12. What are the effects of deforestation on global ecosystems?
  13. Discuss the role of plants in cultural traditions around the world.
  14. How do plants respond to environmental stress?
  15. Can plants communicate distress? How?
  16. How do allelopathic plants affect neighboring plant life?
  17. What’s the impact of acid rain on plant life?
  18. Discuss the use of plants in bioremediation.
  19. How do plants contribute to the global carbon cycle?
  20. What’s the future of plant-based diets in global nutrition?

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the role of plants in global ecosystems and human society.
  2. Discuss the potential of vertical farming in addressing food security.
  3. How do symbiotic relationships between plants and other organisms work?
  4. Analyze the impact of monoculture farming on biodiversity and soil health.
  5. What are the challenges and benefits of organic farming practices?
  6. How does plant diversity contribute to pest control in agriculture?
  7. Discuss the implications of patenting plant genetic resources.
  8. Explore the concept of plant intelligence and sensory capabilities.
  9. How can rewilding projects benefit plant and animal species?
  10. What are the long-term effects of climate change on plant biodiversity?

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critically analyze the role of plants in mitigating climate change.
  2. Discuss the ethical considerations in the conservation of plant species.
  3. Examine the impact of global trade on plant biodiversity and ecosystems.
  4. Explore the philosophical implications of considering plants as sentient beings.
  5. Debate the effectiveness of international agreements in protecting plant habitats.
  6. Analyze the socio-economic impacts of biofuel production on agriculture.
  7. Investigate the role of plants in urban environments and their contribution to human well-being.
  8. Discuss the challenges of integrating traditional ecological knowledge with modern conservation efforts.
  9. Examine the implications of synthetic biology and biotechnology on plant conservation.
  10. Critique the role of corporate interests in shaping global agricultural policies.