ESL Questions About Education


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  1. What are the benefits of self-study?
  2. Do young people spend too much time studying?
  3. What are the advantages of not going to university?
  4. What are the best ways to teach children about looking after the environment?
  5. Does learning new languages come easily to you?
  6. Do you think high schools should separate children based on their ability?
  7. Can over protecting children harm them in the long term?
  8. What languages would you most like to learn?
  9. Will reading be an essential skill in the future?
  10. Should competitive sports be played in school?
  11. Does white privilege exist?
  12. Do you think learning foreign languages will be more or less important in the future?
  13. Should religion be taught in schools?
  14. Is it better for children to wear a uniform to school?
  15. Is it better for students to take a gap year before going to university?
  16. Is society more racist now than 20 years ago?
  17. What makes someone confident?
  18. Does the United States have a racism problem?
  19. What languages do you think are the most difficult to learn?
  20. What is the best way to help people in poverty?
  21. Is it easier to learn different languages when you are a child?
  22. Why do you think people choose to become politicians?
  23. How important is it to teach children about looking after the environment?
  24. What are the most important subjects for children at school?
  25. What are the main differences between school now and 80 years ago?
  26. Do children get too much homework?
  27. Is our educational system outdated?