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


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


3) it is What student a being like?


4) student to Is or at be it university elementary a better school?


5) jobs students get time Should to - have part?


6) the about student is thing a What worst being?


7) selling or gambling are students that it is bad How themselves?


8) student your were / are How days?


9) students can help more How governments?


10) are How students important?


11) this ? you Did reading like article


12) part take you Would cash extra get to trials medical in?


13) get of pros What extra gambling and are cash to cons the?


14) get for students paid studying Should?


15) you were a student again What would you study if?


16) study they money students if more Would harder had?


17) stop money there to borrowing Should laws students be?


18) touch with students In what ways are governments out of?


19) having students of think you do What bills card credit large?


20) student questions in would the you U like to K ask .? a What

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Students - 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 'student'?

3)

What is it like being a student?

4)

Is it better to be a student at elementary school or university?

5)

Should students have to get part-time jobs?

6)

What is the worst thing about being a student?

7)

How bad is it that students are gambling or selling themselves?

8)

How are / were your student days?

9)

How can governments help students more?

10)

How important are students?


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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)

Would you take part in medical trials to get extra cash?

13)

What are the pros and cons of gambling to get extra cash?

14)

Should students get paid for studying?

15)

What would you study if you were a student again?

16)

Would students study harder if they had more money?

17)

Should there be laws to stop students borrowing money?

18)

In what ways are governments out of touch with students?

19)

What do you think of students having large credit card bills?

20)

What questions would you like to ask a student in the U.K.?



 

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