ESL Conversation Questions – Youtube

A2 Level Questions

  1. What is YouTube used for?
  2. How do you search for videos on YouTube?
  3. Who are some famous YouTubers you know?
  4. What types of videos do you like to watch?
  5. Can you upload your own videos to YouTube?
  6. How do you subscribe to a YouTube channel?
  7. What is a YouTube playlist?
  8. Do you prefer watching YouTube on a phone or computer?
  9. How can you share a YouTube video with a friend?
  10. What do you think makes a YouTube video popular?
  11. Have you ever tried following a tutorial from YouTube?
  12. Can you watch movies on YouTube?
  13. What’s the funniest video you’ve seen on YouTube?
  14. Do you watch YouTube videos in English or another language?
  15. How do comments work on YouTube videos?

B1 Level Questions

  1. Why do you think YouTube has become so popular worldwide?
  2. How can YouTube be a platform for learning new skills?
  3. What are some dangers of spending too much time on YouTube?
  4. Can watching YouTube be considered a hobby? Why or why not?
  5. How do YouTube creators make money from their videos?
  6. What makes a good YouTube channel?
  7. How do YouTube recommendations work?
  8. Discuss the role of likes and dislikes on YouTube videos.
  9. What are the benefits of creating a YouTube account?
  10. How does YouTube handle inappropriate content?
  11. How can YouTube be used for educational purposes?
  12. What impact do you think YouTube has on traditional media?
  13. How do live streams work on YouTube?
  14. Can you find news reports on YouTube?
  15. What are some tips for being safe on YouTube?

B2 Level Questions

  1. Analyze the cultural significance of YouTube in today’s society.
  2. How has YouTube changed the landscape of entertainment and information?
  3. Discuss the ethical considerations of YouTube’s algorithm in shaping viewers’ opinions.
  4. How do YouTube partnerships with companies influence content?
  5. Evaluate the impact of YouTube on independent musicians and filmmakers.
  6. How has YouTube contributed to the phenomenon of viral videos?
  7. Discuss the importance of digital literacy in navigating YouTube.
  8. How do content creators deal with copyright issues on YouTube?
  9. What role does YouTube play in global political discourse?
  10. How has YouTube’s community guidelines affected content creators?
  11. Discuss the challenges of balancing creativity and monetization on YouTube.
  12. How does YouTube promote or hinder educational content?
  13. Analyze the role of YouTube in marketing and brand promotion.
  14. What are the implications of YouTube’s global reach on local cultures?
  15. How do YouTubers influence their viewers’ lifestyles and choices?

C1 Level Questions

  1. Critically assess YouTube’s role in democratizing content creation and distribution.
  2. How does YouTube’s platform enable or restrict freedom of speech?
  3. Discuss the impact of YouTube celebrities on traditional celebrity culture.
  4. Analyze the influence of YouTube on children’s content and its regulation.
  5. Evaluate the effects of YouTube’s monetization policies on the diversity of content.
  6. How does YouTube affect the consumption habits of its users?
  7. Discuss the phenomenon of “cancel culture” within the YouTube community.
  8. How has YouTube facilitated educational reform and access to knowledge?
  9. Analyze the psychological impact of YouTube fame on content creators.
  10. Discuss the role of YouTube in the spread of misinformation and conspiracy theories.
  11. How do YouTube analytics tools shape content creation strategies?
  12. Evaluate the sustainability of YouTube as a career path.
  13. How does YouTube engage with global issues and movements?
  14. Discuss the implications of YouTube’s copyright management system on creators and viewers.
  15. Analyze the competition between YouTube and emerging video-sharing platforms.

C2 Level Questions

  1. Critique the role of YouTube in shaping contemporary cultural norms and values.
  2. Discuss the long-term implications of YouTube’s data privacy practices on users.
  3. Analyze the impact of YouTube on traditional educational institutions and methods.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of YouTube’s community moderation in fostering a healthy online environment.
  5. How does YouTube’s global platform influence national cultural identities?
  6. Discuss the ethical considerations of algorithm-driven content recommendation on YouTube.
  7. Analyze the implications of YouTube’s dominance in video sharing on media diversity.
  8. Discuss the role of YouTube in the professional development and continuing education sectors.
  9. Evaluate the impact of YouTube on political activism and social movements.
  10. How does YouTube challenge traditional notions of copyright and intellectual property?
  11. Discuss the potential of YouTube as a tool for social change versus its commercial interests.
  12. Analyze the role of YouTube in the gig economy and its impact on labor markets.
  13. Evaluate YouTube’s responsibility in addressing digital wellness and screen time issues.
  14. Discuss the influence of YouTube on fashion and consumer trends.
  15. Analyze the challenges and opportunities of regulating content on a platform as vast as YouTube.