A2 Level

  1. What is poetry?
  2. Do you like poems? Why or why not?
  3. What can poems be about?
  4. How do poems make you feel?
  5. Can you name any poets?
  6. What is a rhyme in poetry?
  7. Have you ever written a poem?
  8. Do poems have to rhyme?
  9. How long is a poem?
  10. Can songs be poems?
  11. What colors do you think of when you hear poetry?
  12. Do you prefer happy or sad poems?
  13. How do you find new poems to read?
  14. Can poems tell stories?
  15. What is your favorite word in a poem?
  16. Have you ever heard a poem in another language?
  17. What images do you see when you read a poem?
  18. Can animals be in poems?
  19. How do poems sound when read aloud?
  20. Would you like to write a poem about nature?

B1 Level

  1. Why do people write poetry?
  2. How can poetry express emotions?
  3. What are some common themes in poetry?
  4. How does the structure of a poem affect its meaning?
  5. Can poetry be a form of protest?
  6. How do you analyze a poem?
  7. What role does imagery play in poetry?
  8. How do poets use metaphors and similes?
  9. What is the difference between modern and classic poetry?
  10. How can poetry help us understand different cultures?
  11. What is your favorite poetry genre?
  12. How do poets get inspiration?
  13. Can poetry change the world?
  14. What is a haiku?
  15. How is poetry taught in schools in your country?
  16. What is the importance of poetry festivals?
  17. How do you feel about poetry readings?
  18. Can poetry be funny?
  19. What makes a poem memorable?
  20. How does music relate to poetry?

B2 Level

  1. Discuss the impact of poetry on society.
  2. How has poetry evolved over time?
  3. What are the challenges of translating poetry?
  4. Analyze the significance of rhythm and meter in poetry.
  5. How do poets use language to create mood?
  6. Discuss the role of poetry in political movements.
  7. What is the function of alliteration and assonance in poetry?
  8. How can poetry address social issues?
  9. Compare and contrast spoken word poetry with written poetry.
  10. What is the role of the poet laureate?
  11. How does poetry influence other forms of art?
  12. Discuss the importance of poetic license.
  13. How do personal experiences shape a poet’s work?
  14. What are the limitations of poetry?
  15. How does digital media affect the distribution of poetry?
  16. Discuss the concept of eco-poetry.
  17. What is the role of criticism in poetry?
  18. How can poetry therapy be beneficial?
  19. Discuss the intersection of poetry and philosophy.
  20. How does poetry contribute to cultural identity?

C1 Level

  1. Critically evaluate the distinction between poetry and prose.
  2. Discuss the role of symbolism in poetry.
  3. Explore the relationship between poetry and memory.
  4. Analyze the ethical considerations of autobiographical poetry.
  5. Discuss the implications of digital poetry on traditional poetic forms.
  6. Explore the concept of the universal in poetry.
  7. Analyze the influence of historical events on poetic themes.
  8. Discuss the role of poetry in educational curricula.
  9. Explore the intersection of poetry and mental health.
  10. Analyze the role of silence and space in poetry.

C2 Level

  1. Critique the notion of the “death of poetry” in contemporary culture.
  2. Explore the dynamics of power and identity in poetry.
  3. Analyze the concept of the sublime in poetry.
  4. Discuss the intertextuality in poetry.
  5. Examine the role of poetry in the digital age.
  6. Critically assess the commercialization of poetry.
  7. Explore the role of poetry in resistance movements.
  8. Analyze the changing role of the audience in poetry.
  9. Discuss the impact of globalization on poetic forms.
  10. Examine the role of poetry in the post-truth era.