Wind conversation questions
A printable worksheet of discussion questions about wind. The most difficult words on this sheet include – wind-related, stick out, extreme, prepare, hurricane, cyclone, tornado, turbine, solar, wind-powered, and cause.
The wind conversation questions are –
What are windmills for? Have you ever been inside one?
Which countries do you think have a lot of windmills?
How would living in a windmill be different to living in a house?
What kinds of fun activities can we use the wind to do?
How many wind-related words can you name in 30 seconds?
Have you ever stuck your head out of a car window to feel the wind?
What happens when extreme winds hit towns or cities?
How would you prepare for a dangerous incoming hurricane or cyclone?
Are there any tornados in your country? How do people stay safe from them?
Are there any wind farms in your country? Where are they located?
Would you like to live next to a wind farm? Explain why or why not.
What are the pros and cons of using wind turbines to create energy?
What is the difference between a windmill and a wind turbine?
What happens to the ocean when there are very strong winds?
What is the windiest day you can remember? What did you do that day?
Have you ever had something you own blow away? What did you do?
Do you prefer days that are windy or days that are still?
What are some things that are difficult to do on very windy days?
Would you rather have a solar or wind-powered home?
Where do you think birds go during big wind storms?
What causes wind? What would the world be like if there was no wind at all?
Are there any very windy places in your country? Where are they?
Have you ever seen anything funny happen because of the wind? What was it?
How can it be dangerous to be outside in extreme wind?
If you and your class enjoyed discussing the wind conversation questions, have a look at the wind idioms page. There you will find 31 interesting wind idioms to help your students expand their English vocabulary.