World Cancer Day Discussion Questions

A2 Level

  1. What is World Cancer Day?
  2. Why do people wear ribbons?
  3. How can we help someone with cancer?
  4. What are some ways to stay healthy?
  5. Why is it important to talk about cancer?
  6. What does “cancer awareness” mean?
  7. Can you name a healthy habit?
  8. How do doctors check for cancer?
  9. Why do people run races for cancer charities?
  10. What is a cancer survivor?

B1 Level

  1. What is the purpose of World Cancer Day?
  2. How does cancer affect people’s lives?
  3. Why is cancer research important?
  4. What are some signs of cancer?
  5. How can we support cancer patients and survivors?
  6. What is a healthy diet to prevent cancer?
  7. How does smoking relate to cancer?
  8. What can schools do to educate about cancer?
  9. Why is early detection of cancer important?
  10. How do cancer support groups help?

B2 Level

  1. Discuss the impact of World Cancer Day on raising awareness.
  2. How has cancer treatment improved over the years?
  3. What role does genetics play in cancer?
  4. Analyze the importance of global cooperation in cancer research.
  5. How do lifestyle choices affect cancer risk?
  6. Discuss the psychological effects of a cancer diagnosis.
  7. What are the challenges of cancer prevention campaigns?
  8. How can technology advance cancer treatment?
  9. Why is it important to destigmatize cancer?
  10. What are the latest developments in cancer research?

C1 Level

  1. Critique the effectiveness of World Cancer Day campaigns.
  2. Explore the ethical considerations in cancer treatment and research.
  3. Discuss the role of patient advocacy in cancer care.
  4. Analyze the disparities in cancer care access worldwide.
  5. Evaluate the potential of personalized medicine in treating cancer.
  6. How do environmental factors contribute to cancer?
  7. Discuss the future of cancer prevention and treatment.
  8. Examine the role of non-governmental organizations in cancer support.
  9. Analyze the impact of diet and nutrition on cancer prevention.
  10. Explore the psychological support needs of cancer patients and their families.

C2 Level

  1. Deconstruct the socio-political implications of cancer research funding.
  2. Critically assess the portrayal of cancer in media and its effects on public perception.
  3. Explore the intersectionality of cancer with other health disparities.
  4. Discuss the implications of genomic research on future cancer treatments.
  5. Analyze the balance between innovation and accessibility in cancer treatment.
  6. Evaluate the role of international collaboration in advancing cancer research.
  7. Examine the long-term impacts of cancer survivorship.
  8. Discuss the challenges of implementing universal cancer screening.
  9. Analyze the ethical dilemmas in prioritizing cancer research areas.
  10. Explore the role of lifestyle interventions in cancer prevention strategies.