Lesson recommendation: How We Can Fix Plastic Pollution

A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is recycling?
  2. Why is recycling important?
  3. Can paper be recycled?
  4. What color are recycling bins in your area?
  5. How do you recycle at home?
  6. What materials can you recycle?
  7. Do you know any symbols for recycling?
  8. Where does recycled trash go?
  9. Can recycling save animals?
  10. Is recycling common in your country?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. How does recycling benefit the environment?
  2. What are the most common recyclable materials?
  3. How can schools encourage recycling?
  4. What is the process of recycling plastic?
  5. Can electronic devices be recycled?
  6. Why is it important to separate recyclables?
  7. How does recycling reduce pollution?
  8. What challenges does the recycling industry face?
  9. How can communities improve their recycling programs?
  10. What is upcycling, and how does it differ from recycling?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the economic benefits of recycling.
  2. How does recycling impact climate change?
  3. What role do governments play in promoting recycling?
  4. How effective are deposit return schemes for bottles and cans?
  5. What are the limitations of recycling technologies?
  6. How can individuals reduce waste beyond recycling?
  7. What is the global state of recycling, and how does it vary by country?
  8. How does consumer behavior affect recycling rates?
  9. What are the challenges of recycling composite materials?
  10. How can businesses contribute to the recycling effort?

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the life cycle analysis of recycled versus new materials.
  2. Discuss the concept of a circular economy and its relationship with recycling.
  3. Analyze the impact of recycling on natural resource conservation.
  4. Explore the potential of biodegradable materials in reducing the need for recycling.
  5. How do international policies affect global recycling efforts?
  6. Investigate the role of innovation in solving recycling challenges.
  7. Discuss the ethical considerations of exporting waste to other countries.
  8. Examine the effect of plastic pollution on marine ecosystems and how recycling can help.
  9. How can public awareness campaigns improve recycling rates?
  10. Evaluate the feasibility of zero-waste lifestyles in modern society.

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critique the effectiveness of current recycling systems in combating global waste crises.
  2. Explore the socio-economic implications of mandatory recycling laws.
  3. Analyze the challenges of recycling in rapidly urbanizing areas.
  4. Debate the long-term sustainability of relying on recycling to manage waste.
  5. Investigate the technological advancements needed to improve recycling efficiency.
  6. Discuss the intersection of recycling, environmental justice, and community health.
  7. Examine the implications of single-use plastics bans on recycling and waste management.
  8. Analyze the role of artificial intelligence in sorting and recycling waste.
  9. Evaluate the impact of consumerism on recycling and waste production.
  10. Debate the potential of global treaties to enhance recycling efforts and reduce waste.