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


2) mind when you hear the word 'tensions' What springs to?


3) Interview' do about 'The What know movie you the?


4) is N the this How . US incident serious Korea and between?


5) cancel the Was to of right screenings movie Sony?


6) OK to make movies about killing world leaders Is it?


7) see this movie in the USA Would you go to?


8) a hacking security serious is world How threat to?


9) ? power much How do countries over have hackers


10) does this story have for the movie industry What implications?


11) reading article Did like this you?


12) goers have been in ? How much danger would cinema -


13) the USA Do you understand the 'storm of protest' in?


14) thoughts on dictators What do you think about President Obama's?


15) of do think censorship What you?


16) the might How war' of 'act an be Sony on attack?


17) you mean speech free Does someone killing about movies make can?


18) - lost war its first Has cyber America?


19) world has - the How cyber changed this attack?


20) Sony of head the ask to like you would questions What?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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The Interview - 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 word 'tensions'?

3)

What do you know about the movie 'The Interview'?

4)

How serious is this incident between the US and N. Korea?

5)

Was Sony right to cancel screenings of the movie?

6)

Is it OK to make movies about killing world leaders?

7)

Would you go to see this movie in the USA?

8)

How serious a threat is hacking to world security?

9)

How much power do hackers have over countries?

10)

What implications does this story have for the movie industry?


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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)

How much danger would cinema-goers have been in?

13)

Do you understand the "storm of protest" in the USA?

14)

What do you think about President Obama's thoughts on dictators?

15)

What do you think of censorship?

16)

How might the attack on Sony be an "act of war"?

17)

Does free speech mean you can make movies about killing someone?

18)

Has America lost its first cyber-war?

19)

How has this cyber-attack changed the world?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the head of Sony?



 

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