ESL Conversation Questions – Yearbook

A2 Level Questions

  1. What is a yearbook?
  2. Have you ever had a yearbook? What did you like about it?
  3. What pictures are in a yearbook?
  4. Do you write messages in yearbooks? What do you write?
  5. Who makes the yearbook at school?
  6. Can you find pictures of teachers in a yearbook?
  7. What special events are in your yearbook?
  8. How do you feel when you look at old yearbooks?
  9. Would you like to help make a yearbook? Why?
  10. What would you put on the cover of a yearbook?

B1 Level Questions

  1. Why are yearbooks important for students?
  2. How do yearbooks help you remember your school years?
  3. What was your favorite section in the yearbook?
  4. How do students get their pictures in the yearbook?
  5. Can you share a memorable quote from a yearbook?
  6. What makes a good yearbook photo?
  7. How do yearbooks show school spirit?
  8. What kind of achievements are celebrated in yearbooks?
  9. How do you feel about signing yearbooks?
  10. What changes would you suggest for the next yearbook?

B2 Level Questions

  1. Discuss the process of creating a yearbook. What challenges are there?
  2. How do yearbooks capture the culture of a school?
  3. What role do yearbook committees play in shaping the yearbook’s content?
  4. Analyze the impact of digital media on traditional yearbooks.
  5. How can yearbooks be made more inclusive for all students?
  6. Discuss the importance of yearbook themes. How do they enhance the yearbook?
  7. What are some creative ways to feature student art and writing in a yearbook?
  8. How do yearbooks deal with controversial issues or events at school?
  9. Discuss the future of yearbooks in education. Will they change?
  10. How do yearbooks serve as a historical record of a school year?

C1 Level Questions

  1. Evaluate the significance of yearbooks in preserving personal and collective memories.
  2. Discuss the ethical considerations in yearbook design and content selection.
  3. How do yearbooks reflect societal changes over time?
  4. Analyze the role of yearbooks in fostering a sense of community and belonging.
  5. What are the challenges of ensuring accuracy and fairness in yearbooks?
  6. Discuss the impact of technology on the production and consumption of yearbooks.
  7. Explore the role of yearbooks in alumni engagement and school heritage.
  8. Evaluate the financial aspects of yearbook production. How can costs be managed?
  9. How can yearbooks incorporate multimedia elements in their design?
  10. Discuss the balance between tradition and innovation in yearbook creation.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Critique the representation of diversity in yearbooks. How can it be improved?
  2. Analyze the role of editorial decisions in shaping the narrative of a yearbook.
  3. Discuss the implications of privacy and consent in publishing yearbook photos.
  4. Explore the concept of yearbooks as cultural artifacts. What do they tell us about society?
  5. Debate the relevance of printed yearbooks in the digital age.
  6. Examine the potential of yearbooks as tools for critical media literacy education.
  7. Discuss the challenges of archiving and accessing digital yearbooks.
  8. Analyze the impact of social media on the tradition of yearbook signing.
  9. Explore innovative formats and platforms for the future of yearbooks.
  10. Debate the role of yearbooks in shaping student identity and school legacy.