A2 Level

  1. What color are whales?
  2. How big are whales?
  3. Why do people celebrate World Whale Day?
  4. Do you like whales? Why?
  5. Where do whales live?
  6. What do whales eat?
  7. How do people help protect whales?
  8. Can you name different types of whales?
  9. Why is the ocean important for whales?
  10. Have you ever seen a whale?
  11. What do you think whales sound like?
  12. Do whales have families?
  13. Why should we save the whales?
  14. How can you learn more about whales?
  15. What animals live with whales in the ocean?
  16. Have you ever visited an aquarium?
  17. What do you do to protect the environment?
  18. Can whales be friends with other animals?
  19. Why are whales important to the ocean?
  20. What would you do if you saw a whale?

B1 Level

  1. Discuss the importance of whale conservation.
  2. How does pollution affect whales?
  3. Why are whales considered important to marine ecosystems?
  4. What actions can communities take to celebrate World Whale Day?
  5. How do whales communicate with each other?
  6. What are the biggest threats to whale populations?
  7. Why is it important to study whales?
  8. How do international laws protect whales?
  9. What role do whales play in ocean health?
  10. Can technology help in whale conservation? How?
  11. How does climate change impact whales?
  12. What can individuals do to help protect whales?
  13. How do whale watching tours benefit conservation?
  14. Why is it important to maintain biodiversity in the oceans?
  15. What is the impact of whale hunting on the species?
  16. How can education raise awareness about whale conservation?
  17. What are some success stories in whale conservation?
  18. How do whales affect the carbon cycle in the ocean?
  19. Why do some cultures celebrate whales?
  20. How can art and media contribute to whale conservation?

B2 Level

  1. Analyze the ecological role of whales in marine ecosystems.
  2. Discuss the impact of human activities on whale populations.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of current whale conservation methods.
  4. How do whales contribute to the health of the ocean?
  5. Debate the ethics of whale hunting and captivity.
  6. Explore the significance of whale migration patterns.
  7. How can international collaboration enhance whale conservation?
  8. Examine the relationship between climate change and whale behavior.
  9. What are the challenges of enforcing international whale protection laws?
  10. Discuss the role of NGOs in whale conservation.
  11. How do marine protected areas benefit whales?
  12. Analyze the impact of noise pollution on whales.
  13. Discuss the role of ecotourism in promoting whale conservation.
  14. Evaluate the impact of plastic pollution on marine life, including whales.
  15. How can community involvement aid in the conservation of whales?
  16. Discuss the importance of scientific research in understanding whale populations.
  17. Analyze the cultural significance of whales in indigenous communities.
  18. How does the food chain depend on whales?
  19. Discuss the future of whale conservation.
  20. Evaluate the role of media in raising awareness about whale conservation.

C1 Level

  1. Critically assess the global efforts towards whale conservation.
  2. Explore the interdependence between whales and marine biodiversity.
  3. Discuss the implications of whale watching on conservation and local economies.
  4. Analyze the challenges and successes of reintroducing whales to their natural habitats.
  5. Evaluate the impact of global warming on whale migration and reproduction.
  6. Discuss the ethical considerations of marine biotechnology on whale conservation.
  7. Explore the role of international treaties in safeguarding whale populations.
  8. Examine the effectiveness of satellite tracking in studying whale movements.
  9. Debate the role of public awareness campaigns in changing attitudes towards whale conservation.
  10. Analyze the socioeconomic factors affecting whale conservation efforts.

C2 Level

  1. Critique the philosophical underpinnings of human responsibility towards whale conservation.
  2. Discuss the potential of genetic research in conserving whale species.
  3. Evaluate the impact of international trade regulations on whale conservation.
  4. Analyze the long-term ecological consequences of declining whale populations.
  5. Explore the intersection of technology and traditional knowledge in whale conservation.
  6. Debate the effectiveness of marine sanctuaries in protecting whales from global threats.
  7. Examine the role of climate change mitigation in preserving whale habitats.
  8. Critically assess the balance between commercial interests and conservation efforts in marine policies.
  9. Discuss the future of whale conservation in the context of advancing marine science.
  10. Analyze the role of cultural narratives in shaping conservation policies for whales.