What does the word freedom mean?
What is the translation into your language?
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘freedom’?
Do you think that you have a lot of freedom?
Do people have as much freedom as they would like in your country?
In what ways does your country restrict your freedom?
Was there a time in your life when you had less freedom than you do now?
Is everyone in your country equally free?
Can you think of any times or places when a persons freedom is restricted?Do you think this is fair? Think of examples such as prison.
Do men or women have more freedom in your country?
Can freedom damage a country?
Where in the world do you think is the greatest freedom?
What is freedom?
How important is freedom for you?
What would you be prepared to do for your freedom?
Is working 40 hours a week closer to freedom or slavery?
What does freedom feel like?
Do you agree we must be free to bear arms (have a gun)?
How often do you think about your personal freedom?
What kind of stories do you hear in the news related to freedom or the fight to obtain it?
Do you think many people misunderstand the concept of freedom?
A philosopher by the name of Rousseau once said; “Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains". What do you think of this?
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ESL questions and discussion topics on freedom for use when teaching English as a foreign or second language. Discussion topics questions and ideas for teaching Adult ESL English as a foreign language / teaching abroad.