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

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

3)
How important is voting?

4)
When did women get the vote in your country?

5)
How does voting change things?

6)
Would you like to vote for a leader of the world?

7)
Do people understand all the issues when they vote?

8)
Is it better to vote online or at a voting centre?

9)
From what age should people be allowed to vote?

10)
Who are better leaders – women or men? Why?

11)
Did you like reading this article?

12)
What do you think about what you read?

13)
Why is voting so important?

14)
Who would you vote for?

15)
Would you be a good person to vote for? Why?

16)
What government position would you like?

17)
If you were leader of your country, what would you change?

18)
Would you like to be a candidate in an election?

19)
Why do some people decide not to vote?

20)
What questions would you like to ask female voters in Saudi?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Voting - The 20 Questions


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

1)

What did you think when you read the headline?

2)

What springs to mind when you hear the word 'vote'?

3)

How important is voting?

4)

When did women get the vote in your country?

5)

How does voting change things?

6)

Would you like to vote for a leader of the world?

7)

Do people understand all the issues when they vote?

8)

Is it better to vote online or at a voting centre?

9)

From what age should people be allowed to vote?

10)

Who are better leaders – women or men? Why?


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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 think about what you read?

13)

Why is voting so important?

14)

Who would you vote for?

15)

Would you be a good person to vote for? Why?

16)

What government position would you like?

17)

If you were leader of your country, what would you change?

18)

Would you like to be a candidate in an election?

19)

Why do some people decide not to vote?

20)

What questions would you like to ask female voters in Saudi?



 

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* Missing letters

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