Social media conversation questions
Here is a worksheet of ESL discussion questions about social media. This phenomenon seems to be absolutely everywhere these days and no doubt your students will have plenty to say on the matter.
The most difficult words that you may need to go over before starting this activity include – modern, social media platforms, bother, fake, influencers, public, bullied, privacy, allowed, blocked, monitor, and crime.
The social media conversation questions are –
What do you think of social media? Is it necessary in the modern world?
Which social media platforms do you use?
Have you ever stopped using a kind of social media? Why did you stop?
What do you think the world would be like if there were no social media apps?
How many times a day do you check your social networking accounts?
What is something that bothers you about social media?
Do your parents use social networking? Do your grandparents use it?
Why do you think some people have “fake” social media accounts?
What are the main things that you use social networking for?
How many friends do you have on social media? Do you have any followers?
Do you follow any famous people on social media? Who do you follow and why?
What do you think of social media influencers? How do they make money?
Do you know anyone who has made money through social media?
What kinds of photographs do you usually post on social networking apps?
What is the last public social media post you made?
How do you think social media will change in the future?
What is something that you would like to change about social networking?
Have you or has anyone you know ever been bullied on social media?
Do you ever worry about your privacy and personal information on social media?
At what age should children be allowed to have social media accounts?
Has a friend ever stopped following you on social media? How did you feel?
Have you ever blocked someone on social media? Why did you block them?
How has social media made your life easier? Has it made anything difficult?
Do police in your country monitor social media for crimes?