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1. the What think read you you headline did when ?


2. you hear the country 'Scotland' What springs to mind when ?


3. shared know What and history about do England of the you Scotland ?


4. you with result Are happy the ?


5. important it vote How is to ?


6. one Do Scotland independent think be day you will ?


7. What democracy British of think you do ?


8. changed have would What 'yes' voted people if world the in ?


9. as they come in Do you like watching election results ?


10. do world the of regions Which independence get should think you ?


11. ? you reading article Did like this


12. What you about do know Scotland ?


13. UK the and difference GB between the What's ?


14. better the it is think in you Scotland Do with UK ?


15. think voted Around you people do of this What 84% of . ?


16. between Scotland and England What rivalry the of know you do ?


17. Scotland What are the differences England and between ?


18. disappointed been ever you Have vote a of result the with ?


19. give to pro - independence supporters What advice would you ?


20. to like you would questions What Scotland from person a ask ?


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Scottish Independence - The 20 Questions


STUDENT A's QUESTIONS
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1)

What did you think when you read the headline?

2)

What springs to mind when you hear the country 'Scotland'?

3)

What do you know about the shared history of Scotland and England?

4)

Are you happy with the result?

5)

How important is it to vote?

6)

Do you think Scotland will be independent one day?

7)

What do you think of British democracy?

8)

What would have changed in the world if people voted 'yes'?

9)

Do you like watching election results as they come in?

10)

Which regions of the world do you think should get independence?


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STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)
 

11)

Did you like reading this article? Why/not?

12)

What do you know about Scotland?

13)

What's the difference between the UK and GB?

14)

Do you think the U.K is better with Scotland in it?

15)

Around 84% of people voted. What do you think of this?

16)

What do you know of the rivalry between Scotland and England?

17)

What are the differences between England and Scotland?

18)

Have you ever been disappointed with the result of a vote?

19)

What advice would you give to pro-independence supporters?

20)

What questions would you like to ask a person from Scotland?



 

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