A2 Level Questions

  1. What is a sculpture?
  2. Can you name materials used to make sculptures?
  3. Have you ever visited a sculpture garden? What did you see?
  4. Do you like looking at sculptures? Why or why not?
  5. Can sculptures be colorful?

B1 Level Questions

  1. How do sculptures differ from paintings?
  2. What are some famous sculptures you know?
  3. How can sculptures express emotions or ideas?
  4. Why do people create sculptures?
  5. How do outdoor sculptures enhance a garden or park?

B2 Level Questions

  1. Discuss the importance of placement and setting for outdoor sculptures.
  2. How do modern sculptures differ from classical ones?
  3. Evaluate the impact of material choice on the perception of a sculpture.
  4. How can sculptures interact with their environment?
  5. Discuss the role of public art installations in urban spaces.

C1 Level Questions

  1. Analyze the symbolism often found in sculptures.
  2. Discuss how cultural differences influence sculpture styles.
  3. Evaluate the role of technology in contemporary sculpture making.
  4. How do sculptures contribute to historical and cultural preservation?
  5. Discuss the challenges faced by sculptors in creating large-scale works.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Debate the statement: “Sculptures are a more powerful form of expression than paintings.”
  2. Explore the relationship between sculptures and the natural landscape in art.
  3. Critically assess the evolution of sculptural techniques over time.
  4. Investigate the impact of environmental factors on outdoor sculptures.
  5. Discuss the philosophical implications of ephemeral or transient sculptures.