Level A2 (Elementary)

  1. What foods do you think are healthy?
  2. How often do you exercise?
  3. Can you name three sports?
  4. What do you do when you feel sick?
  5. Is it important to drink water? Why?
  6. How many hours do you sleep each night?
  7. Do you like to go to the doctor? Why or why not?
  8. What is your favorite fruit?
  9. How do you feel when you eat a lot of candy?
  10. Can you swim? Is swimming good for health?
  11. Do you like walking or running better?
  12. What is a healthy breakfast?
  13. Do you brush your teeth every day? Why is it important?
  14. How do you stay warm in winter?
  15. What do you do to relax?
  16. Do you think fast food is healthy? Why or why not?
  17. Can you name a healthy snack?
  18. How do you take care of your eyes?
  19. What makes you feel happy and healthy?
  20. Do you think playing games is good for health?

Level B1 (Intermediate)

  1. What are the benefits of regular exercise?
  2. How can stress affect your health?
  3. What’s your opinion on vegetarian diets?
  4. How important is mental health in addition to physical health?
  5. Can technology have a negative impact on health?
  6. How does sleep affect your health and mood?
  7. What are some effective ways to prevent illnesses?
  8. Discuss the importance of healthcare access.
  9. How do health habits change with age?
  10. What’s your view on alternative medicine?
  11. Discuss the impact of pollution on health.
  12. How can we encourage children to be healthier?
  13. What role does education play in health?
  14. Discuss the pros and cons of health supplements.
  15. How does culture influence health practices?
  16. What are the challenges of maintaining a balanced diet?
  17. How has the perception of health changed over time?
  18. Discuss the importance of mental health days.
  19. How can communities support health and wellness?
  20. What’s the relationship between health and happiness?

Level B2 (Upper-Intermediate)

  1. Discuss the long-term benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
  2. How do societal norms impact individual health choices?
  3. Analyze the role of government in public health.
  4. How does globalization affect health trends?
  5. Discuss the ethical aspects of medical research.
  6. How can we balance technological advancements with health?
  7. What are the psychological effects of chronic illnesses?
  8. Debate the effectiveness of public health campaigns.
  9. How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed health awareness?
  10. Discuss the interplay between culture, diet, and health.
  11. Analyze the impact of social media on body image and health.
  12. How does climate change pose challenges to health?
  13. Discuss the role of genetics versus lifestyle in health.
  14. How can urban planning influence public health?
  15. What’s the future of healthcare technology?
  16. Explore the relationship between work-life balance and health.
  17. How does income inequality affect health outcomes?
  18. Discuss the challenges in healthcare for aging populations.
  19. What are the ethical considerations in organ donation?
  20. How does personal responsibility factor into public health?

Level C1 (Advanced)

  1. Critically analyze the healthcare systems in different countries.
  2. Discuss the impact of cultural beliefs on health practices.
  3. How do emerging technologies shape the future of healthcare?
  4. Analyze the societal implications of aging populations on healthcare.
  5. Discuss the intersection of mental health and social stigma.
  6. How does economic status influence access to healthcare?
  7. Debate the moral implications of genetic engineering in medicine.
  8. Examine the role of media in shaping health perceptions.
  9. Analyze the challenges in achieving global health equity.
  10. Discuss the impact of political policies on public health.

Level C2 (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the effectiveness of global health initiatives.
  2. Analyze the ethical dilemmas posed by medical advancements.
  3. Discuss the complexities of mental health treatment in different cultures.
  4. Evaluate the impact of socioeconomic factors on global health disparities.
  5. Explore the philosophical implications of life-extension technologies.
  6. Analyze the interdependence of environmental and human health.
  7. Debate the role of personal freedom versus public health mandates.
  8. Examine the long-term consequences of antibiotic resistance.
  9. Discuss the integration of traditional and modern medicine.
  10. Evaluate the role of individual responsibility in health policy.