Wildlife discussion questions

A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Can you name three wild animals?
  2. Where do lions live?
  3. What do elephants eat?
  4. Do you like watching animals? Where?
  5. What is a zoo? Have you visited one?
  6. Can fish live outside water?
  7. What color are zebras?
  8. How do birds fly?
  9. Why are some animals nocturnal?
  10. Do you have a favorite wild animal? What is it?
  11. What sounds do wolves make?
  12. Can you name a dangerous wild animal?
  13. Why is wildlife important?
  14. What animals live in the forest?
  15. How do animals stay warm in winter?
  16. What is the biggest animal in the ocean?
  17. Do you know any endangered animals?
  18. Why should we protect wildlife?
  19. Have you ever seen a wild animal in its natural habitat?
  20. Can all birds sing?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How do animals adapt to their environment?
  2. What is the difference between a wild animal and a pet?
  3. Why do some animals migrate?
  4. What are the consequences of deforestation for wildlife?
  5. How can pollution affect animals?
  6. What is poaching? Why is it a problem?
  7. Can you explain what biodiversity is?
  8. How do animals communicate with each other?
  9. Why are bees important for the environment?
  10. What can we do to help protect endangered species?
  11. How does climate change impact wildlife?
  12. What is a wildlife sanctuary?
  13. Why do some animals hibernate?
  14. How do animals find food?
  15. What are the benefits of preserving natural habitats?
  16. How do natural disasters affect wildlife?
  17. What role do predators play in ecosystems?
  18. How can humans live harmoniously with wildlife?
  19. What is the importance of wildlife conservation?
  20. How are animals affected by global warming?

B2 Level (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the role of wildlife in maintaining ecological balance.
  2. How does human activity influence natural habitats?
  3. What are the ethical considerations of keeping wild animals in zoos?
  4. Explore the impact of invasive species on local ecosystems.
  5. How do wildlife conservation efforts vary across different countries?
  6. Analyze the effects of habitat fragmentation on biodiversity.
  7. What are the challenges in enforcing wildlife protection laws?
  8. How can community-based conservation benefit wildlife?
  9. Discuss the significance of wildlife corridors in conservation.
  10. How do climate change mitigation strategies affect wildlife?
  11. What are the consequences of overfishing on marine life?
  12. How does pollution in oceans affect marine wildlife?
  13. Discuss the role of technology in wildlife conservation.
  14. How do conservationists rehabilitate endangered species?
  15. What is the impact of eco-tourism on wildlife?
  16. How do animals contribute to the health of ecosystems?
  17. Discuss the relationship between wildlife and human health.
  18. How can agricultural practices be made more wildlife-friendly?
  19. What are the moral responsibilities of humans towards wildlife?
  20. Explore the concept of rewilding and its benefits.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically evaluate the effectiveness of international wildlife conservation agreements.
  2. Explore the role of genetic diversity in species conservation.
  3. Discuss the impact of climate change on migration patterns of wildlife.
  4. Analyze the socio-economic benefits of preserving wildlife.
  5. Debate the ethics of wildlife photography and observation in natural habitats.
  6. Examine the role of Indigenous knowledge in wildlife conservation.
  7. Assess the impact of urbanization on local wildlife populations.
  8. Discuss strategies for balancing agricultural development and wildlife conservation.
  9. Explore the challenges of managing human-wildlife conflicts.
  10. Evaluate the role of wildlife in sustainable development goals.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the implications of anthropomorphism in wildlife conservation efforts.
  2. Analyze the impact of global trade on endangered species.
  3. Discuss the concept of “conservation triage” and its ethical implications.
  4. Explore the psychological effects of biodiversity loss on humans.
  5. Critique the role of media in shaping public attitudes towards wildlife conservation.
  6. Examine the long-term sustainability of wildlife reserves and parks.
  7. Discuss the potential of synthetic biology in conserving endangered species.
  8. Analyze the effectiveness of community conservation projects in promoting biodiversity.
  9. Debate the balance between human rights and wildlife conservation.
  10. Explore innovative financing models for wildlife conservation.