A2 Level Questions:

  1. What is a river?
  2. Can you swim in a river?
  3. Why are rivers important?
  4. What animals live in rivers?
  5. Do boats go on rivers?
  6. How do rivers start?
  7. Can rivers dry up?
  8. Why do people live near rivers?
  9. What is the longest river you know?
  10. Do rivers always flow into the sea?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. How do rivers affect the climate?
  2. What are some activities you can do on a river?
  3. Why is it important to keep rivers clean?
  4. How do rivers help farmers?
  5. What dangers can rivers have?
  6. How do people use rivers for energy?
  7. What is a river delta?
  8. How can rivers change the land?
  9. Why are some rivers famous?
  10. What problems do dams cause for rivers?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the role of rivers in the ecosystem.
  2. How do human activities impact river health?
  3. What is the importance of river conservation?
  4. How do rivers contribute to biodiversity?
  5. What are the challenges of managing river pollution?
  6. How have rivers shaped human history?
  7. What are the benefits and drawbacks of hydroelectric power from rivers?
  8. How do rivers influence culture and society?
  9. What strategies can be used to restore damaged rivers?
  10. How do climate change and global warming affect rivers?

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Evaluate the impact of urban development on river ecosystems.
  2. Analyze the role of rivers in global trade and economy.
  3. Discuss the significance of transboundary rivers in international relations.
  4. Explore the concept of river rights and legal personhood.
  5. How do invasive species affect river ecosystems?
  6. What are the implications of river diversion projects?
  7. Investigate the role of rivers in renewable energy strategies.
  8. Examine the effects of deforestation on river systems.
  9. How can community involvement enhance river conservation efforts?
  10. Discuss the future of freshwater resources in the context of growing water scarcity.

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Critique the effectiveness of current policies on river management and conservation.
  2. Explore the philosophical and spiritual significance of rivers in different cultures.
  3. Analyze the socio-economic disparities in access to clean river water.
  4. Debate the ethical considerations of modifying river courses for human benefit.
  5. Investigate the long-term impacts of climate change on river flow patterns.
  6. Examine the role of technology in monitoring and protecting river health.
  7. Discuss the global implications of melting glaciers on river systems.
  8. Analyze the challenges and solutions for managing cross-border river disputes.
  9. Explore the impact of agricultural practices on river sedimentation and pollution.
  10. Debate the balance between river conservation and the need for economic development.