1. What do friends mean to you?
2. Who is your best friend? How did you meet?
3. What makes you a good friend?
4. What makes a friend a best friend?
5. How many close friends do you have?
6. How often do you talk to your friends?
7. How often do you fall out with your friends?
8. What is the difference between a friend and a close friend?
9. How similar are you to your friends?
10. Did you have many friends at school?
11. Which long-lost friend would you like to see again?
12. Is it harder or easier to make friends as you get older? Why?
13. Are your parents your friends?
14. If you could choose any friend in the world, who would it be?
15. Have you made any friends in the Speaking Club?
Since their emergence over 200,000 years ago, modern humans have established communities all over the planet. But they didn’t do it alone. Whatever corner of the globe you find humans in today, you’re likely to find another species as well: dogs. So how did one of our oldest rivals, the wolf, evolve into man’s best friend? David Ian Howe traces the history of humanity’s first domesticated animal.
Lesson by David Ian Howe, directed by Cabong Studios.
Lesson by Marc Samet, animation by Thinkmore Studios.