IELTS Speaking Part 3 is a discussion in which the IELTS examiner will ask you a number of questions on a specific topic and expect you to give full answers (approximately 1+ minute for each answer). Below are a number of questions related to education that an examiner may ask in IELTS Speaking Part 3.
How has teaching changed in your country in the last few decades?
What are some of the problems with the education system in your country?
How can the government improve education in your country?
Should schools focus on teaching local history or international history?
What do students do after school in your country?
Do you think high school students should choose subjects they like?
What is the difference between the way children learn and the way adults learn?
Do you think it is easier to learn as a child or as an adult?
What are some essential qualities every teacher should have?
What role should the teacher have in the classroom?
Do you think computers will one day replace teachers in the classroom?
What are some advantages of studying on a distance learning course?
Should all students pay for their university education?
What advantages do universities bring to society?
Do you think private schools are beneficial for a country?
What are some of the drawbacks of private schools?
How can a teacher make lessons for children more interesting?
In many countries, teachers are typically women. Why do you think this is?
Should schools teach both arts and science?
What kinds of courses are useful for university students?
Why do some students dislike studying at school?
What school activities are good for schoolchildren?
What are some of the benefits of studying abroad?