Nature has many different features and we must understand what nature is.
Nature can be defined as the world around us, including plants, animals, water, and air.
The interesting discussions about nature that we can have in the classroom would serve two important purposes:
- Practicing English
- Raising Awareness about the importance of protecting the environment
These are the best questions about nature to help you have a great conversation in the classroom
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Nature Conversation Questions
These are some nature conversation questions to promote conversation in the classroom.
Student A’s Questions
- What are the three best natural wonders in your country?
- How important is nature to you? Why?
- What natural wonders are in danger from climate change?
- Where is the best place in your country to see or experience nature?
- What are three natural wonders you would like to see before you die?
- Why is it important to protect natural wonders?
- Which one of these natural wonders would you like to visit?
- Aurora Borealis
- Harbor of Rio de Janeiro
- Grand Canyon
- Great Barrier Reef,
- Mount Everest.
- Victoria Falls.
Student B’s Questions
- What are the benefits of learning more about nature in school?
- Why should we care about the environment?
- Is it possible for humans to reverse the damage we’ve done to our planet?
- Is a strong global economy possible while protecting endangered species and habitats?
- Which part of your environment would you like to change the most at this time if possible?
- Is there a natural phenomenon that you are particularly interested in?
- Do you have any cool photos of nature that will inspire other students to get out and explore the world?
- From your perspective, how are natural ecosystems changing over time in response to climate change and other human actions like urban development or habitat loss due to human-caused fires?”
Deforestation Conversation Questions
Deforestation, clearance, or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest use.
Examples of deforestation include the conversion of forestland to farms, ranches, or urban use.
- What’s deforestation?
- What are the main causes of deforestation?
- What are the negative impacts of deforestation?
- What’s forest degradation?
- Why do we need to stop deforestation?
- How big is the deforestation problem?
- What can we do to combat deforestation?
- What’s the impact of deforestation in climate change?
- What countries have the worst reforestation?
- What effects does deforestation have on the environment?
- What flora and fauna could be lost after deforestation?
- what are the methods used for compensating the effects of deforestation?
- How can deforestation be mitigated?
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