A2 Level Questions

  1. What colors do you see in the forest picture?
  2. Can you name three types of trees?
  3. Do you like to go for walks in the forest? Why?
  4. What animals might live in these trees?
  5. How do trees change with the seasons?
  6. Why are trees important for the environment?
  7. Have you ever planted a tree? Tell us about it.
  8. What sounds might you hear in a forest?
  9. How do trees help animals?
  10. Can you describe your favorite tree?
  11. What do you think a forest smells like?
  12. Have you ever seen a forest in a different country?
  13. What can people do to protect trees?
  14. Do you think forests are magical places? Why?
  15. What activities can you do in a forest?
  16. How do trees get water?
  17. What is the biggest tree you have ever seen?
  18. Why do some trees lose their leaves in winter?
  19. Have you ever picked fruit from a tree? What was it?
  20. What would you take with you for a day in the forest?

B1 Level Questions

  1. Discuss the role of forests in the Earth’s ecosystem.
  2. How do different cultures view forests and trees?
  3. What are the benefits of having trees in cities?
  4. How do forests affect the climate?
  5. What is deforestation and why is it a problem?
  6. How can reforestation help the environment?
  7. What is your opinion on cutting down trees for paper?
  8. How do trees communicate with each other?
  9. What is the oldest tree you know of? Tell us about it.
  10. How do trees contribute to the water cycle?
  11. Discuss the importance of national parks and reserves.
  12. How can we promote urban green spaces?
  13. What are some threats to forests around the world?
  14. How do trees affect air quality?
  15. What role do trees play in folklore and mythology?
  16. How can people live sustainably with forests?
  17. What are some products that come from trees?
  18. How do animals depend on trees for their habitats?
  19. What is your favorite forested area to visit and why?
  20. Discuss the concept of forest bathing and its benefits.

B2 Level Questions

  1. Analyze the impact of human activity on forests.
  2. Discuss the significance of biodiversity within forest ecosystems.
  3. Evaluate the role of forests in mitigating climate change.
  4. How does deforestation affect indigenous communities?
  5. Discuss the balance between economic development and forest conservation.
  6. How can technology help in forest conservation efforts?
  7. Analyze the effects of invasive species on forest health.
  8. Discuss the importance of old-growth forests.
  9. How do forests influence global water cycles?
  10. Evaluate different forest management practices.
  11. Discuss the challenges of reforestation projects.
  12. Analyze the relationship between forests and soil health.
  13. How do wildfires affect forest ecosystems?
  14. Discuss the concept of sustainable forestry.
  15. Evaluate the role of international agreements in forest conservation.
  16. How do forests contribute to local and global economies?
  17. Discuss the importance of forest corridors for wildlife.
  18. Analyze the impact of climate change on forested areas.
  19. Discuss the role of community-led forest management.
  20. Evaluate the importance of education in promoting forest conservation.

C1 Level Questions

  1. Critically assess the effectiveness of current global forest conservation strategies.
  2. Explore the implications of forest loss on global biodiversity.
  3. Analyze the potential of agroforestry in sustainable land management.
  4. Discuss the complexities of land rights and forest conservation.
  5. Evaluate the impact of climate change policies on forested regions.
  6. Examine the role of urban forests in enhancing city life.
  7. Analyze the socio-economic factors influencing deforestation.
  8. Discuss the potential of forests in carbon sequestration efforts.
  9. Evaluate the challenges and opportunities in tropical forest conservation.
  10. Analyze the ethical considerations in wildlife conservation within forests.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Debate the feasibility of achieving global zero deforestation.
  2. Critically evaluate the role of forests in the earth’s carbon cycle.
  3. Discuss the implications of monoculture plantations on forest ecosystems.
  4. Analyze the impact of forest governance on conservation outcomes.
  5. Debate the effectiveness of REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) initiatives.
  6. Examine the interplay between forest conservation and indigenous peoples’ rights.
  7. Discuss the challenges of balancing economic development with ecological sustainability.
  8. Analyze the potential for bioeconomy in forested areas.
  9. Critically assess the role of certification schemes in promoting sustainable forestry.
  10. Debate the impact of global trade on forest conservation and deforestation.