Lesson recommendation: Why psychopaths rise to power

A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is a president?
  2. Can you name a country’s leader?
  3. What colors are in your country’s flag?
  4. What do you think a mayor does?
  5. How do people choose leaders in your country?
  6. Why is it important to vote?
  7. What are some rules in your school or community?
  8. Can you name a famous speech?
  9. What does “government” mean?
  10. What are some jobs in politics?
  11. Do you know any political parties?
  12. What is a law?
  13. Why do countries have flags?
  14. How do you feel about politics?
  15. What does “democracy” mean?
  16. Can children in your country vote?
  17. What happens on election day?
  18. Why do people protest?
  19. What is “freedom of speech”?
  20. How can you help your community?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. What is the difference between a democracy and a dictatorship?
  2. How does a government make laws?
  3. Why are some countries richer than others?
  4. What role does the United Nations play in the world?
  5. How do elections work in different countries?
  6. What is a political campaign?
  7. How do political decisions affect everyday life?
  8. What is “civil rights”?
  9. Why do countries go to war?
  10. How can young people get involved in politics?
  11. What is the role of the media in politics?
  12. How does a country’s economy affect its politics?
  13. What are human rights?
  14. Why is political education important?
  15. What does “political asylum” mean?
  16. How do governments handle natural disasters?
  17. What are some ways to protest peacefully?
  18. What is “corruption” in politics?
  19. How do international treaties work?
  20. What is “globalization”?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the impact of social media on political opinions and elections.
  2. How do political ideologies shape a country’s policies?
  3. Analyze the effects of colonialism on current political boundaries.
  4. Explore the concept of political asylum and its implications for international relations.
  5. Debate the effectiveness of the United Nations in maintaining global peace.
  6. What are the challenges of implementing democracy in different cultural contexts?
  7. How does economic inequality affect political stability?
  8. Examine the role of lobbying in political decision-making.
  9. Discuss the impact of climate change on global politics.
  10. What are the ethical considerations in surveillance and privacy laws?
  11. How do migration and immigration policies reflect political climates?
  12. Explore the significance of voter turnout on the democratic process.
  13. Analyze the role of women in politics across different countries.
  14. Discuss the relationship between education and political awareness.
  15. How do trade agreements influence international relations?
  16. What is the role of political satire in society?
  17. Explore the concept of sovereignty in the context of globalization.
  18. How do historical events shape current political ideologies?
  19. Debate the balance between security and freedom in legislation.
  20. Analyze the political implications of technological advancements.

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the influence of geopolitical strategies on international diplomacy.
  2. Discuss the ethical implications of political propaganda.
  3. How does the concept of national identity impact political policies?
  4. Analyze the role of economic sanctions as a tool in foreign policy.
  5. Explore the dynamics of power and governance in authoritarian regimes.
  6. Evaluate the impact of grassroots movements on political change.
  7. Discuss the challenges of multiculturalism in national politics.
  8. Analyze the effect of global economic crises on political landscapes.
  9. Explore the relationship between religion and politics in various cultures.
  10. Evaluate the role of international organizations in conflict resolution.

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critique the concept of democracy in the digital age.
  2. Analyze the interplay between environmental policies and economic development.
  3. Discuss the implications of artificial intelligence on future political systems.
  4. Explore the concept of “soft power” in international relations.
  5. Debate the impact of global pandemics on political structures and public policy.
  6. Investigate the role of ethics in political leadership and governance.
  7. Analyze the challenges of global governance in addressing transnational issues.
  8. Discuss the influence of cultural hegemony on global politics.
  9. Explore the political consequences of demographic shifts.
  10. Critique the effectiveness of international law in governing state behavior.