Weather discussion questions

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What is the weather like today?
  2. What are the four seasons? Can you describe them?
  3. What clothes do you wear in hot weather?
  4. Do you like rain? Why or why not?
  5. What do you do on a sunny day?
  6. Have you ever seen snow? What did you do?
  7. What is your favorite type of weather? Why?
  8. How does the weather change in your country?
  9. Can you name some weather words in English?
  10. What activities can you do in cold weather?
  11. Do you prefer hot or cold weather? Why?
  12. What is a thunderstorm? Have you experienced one?
  13. How do people stay cool in hot weather?
  14. What is the hottest temperature you remember?
  15. How do you find out the weather forecast?
  16. What do you eat or drink in different weather?
  17. Have you ever had a weather-related problem?
  18. What is wind? Can you see it?
  19. Do you know any songs about weather?
  20. What weather is typical for this time of year?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How does weather affect your mood?
  2. Can you explain the water cycle?
  3. What are some natural disasters caused by weather?
  4. How do people prepare for extreme weather?
  5. How has the weather changed over the years in your area?
  6. What is climate change? How does it affect weather?
  7. How do animals adapt to different weathers?
  8. What are the effects of hot weather on the environment?
  9. How do seasons affect agriculture in your country?
  10. What are some ways to protect yourself from the sun?
  11. How can weather impact sports and outdoor activities?
  12. What is the difference between weather and climate?
  13. How do you think future weather patterns will change?
  14. What is global warming? What causes it?
  15. Can weather influence your choice of holiday destination?
  16. How do cities and buildings adapt to local weather?
  17. What is the most extreme weather you have experienced?
  18. How do you stay safe in severe weather?
  19. What are the benefits of rain?
  20. How can we reduce the impact of bad weather on our lives?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the scientific methods used to predict weather.
  2. How does weather affect the economy and industries?
  3. What role does technology play in understanding weather?
  4. Explore the relationship between human activity and weather changes.
  5. How do extreme weather events impact infrastructure and communities?
  6. Analyze the importance of accurate weather forecasting.
  7. How do cultural attitudes towards weather differ globally?
  8. What are the challenges of weather prediction?
  9. How can societies better prepare for weather-related disasters?
  10. Discuss the ethical implications of geoengineering the climate.
  11. How does urban development affect local weather patterns?
  12. What are the psychological effects of seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?
  13. How does climate change affect biodiversity and ecosystems?
  14. Discuss the role of weather in historical events.
  15. How do renewable energy sources depend on weather?
  16. What are the implications of melting ice caps on global weather?
  17. How do weather patterns influence global migration?
  18. Discuss the impact of deforestation on weather and climate.
  19. What measures can be taken to mitigate the effects of climate change?
  20. Explore the concept of “weather wars” and weather manipulation.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically evaluate the impact of climate change on global weather patterns.
  2. Discuss the role of international cooperation in addressing climate change.
  3. Analyze the effectiveness of current strategies to combat global warming.
  4. Explore the impact of weather on global political and economic stability.
  5. Debate the responsibility of developed nations in mitigating climate change.
  6. Examine the challenges of forecasting extreme weather events.
  7. Discuss the potential of renewable energy to reduce weather-related risks.
  8. Evaluate the role of media in shaping public perception of weather and climate.
  9. Explore the ethical considerations of climate adaptation and mitigation strategies.
  10. Analyze the long-term implications of Arctic and Antarctic melting.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the current global response to climate change and its effectiveness.
  2. Explore the intersection of climate policy and social justice.
  3. Analyze the potential of technological innovations to address climate change.
  4. Debate the impact of consumer behavior on weather and climate.
  5. Examine the role of education in fostering climate awareness and action.
  6. Discuss the future of water security in the context of changing weather patterns.
  7. Analyze the implications of climate change for coastal communities.
  8. Explore the concept of climate refugees and international law.
  9. Debate the ethics of investing in geoengineering projects.
  10. Discuss the potential of a global carbon market to reduce emissions.