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


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


3) sugar too your intake high Is?


4) unhealthy sugar How or is healthy?


5) drinks carbonated are important How you to?


6) do people governments educate sugar can to about What?


7) you easily reduce your sugar intake Could ?


8) stop parents Should things sweet babies giving?


9) ? you What tax a think do of sugar


10) obesity of rates reduce we can How?


11) you article Did this reading ? like


12) carbonated so are drinks popular Why?


13) on put warning drinks governments health sugary Should a?


14) is sugar think you do addictive How?


15) white What’s and the brown difference sugar between?


16) other and sweeteners artificial of think you do What substitutes sugar?


17) if there was less sugar in food Would you notice?


18) completely How taste was food sugar banned would if?


19) a do without Could sweet you sugar you tooth have or live?


20) would company of ask you a the like What sugar boss to?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sugar - 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 'sugar'?

3)

Is your sugar intake to high?

4)

How healthy or unhealthy is sugar?

5)

How important are carbonated drinks to you?

6)

What can governments do to educate people about sugar?

7)

Could you easily reduce your sugar intake?

8)

Should parents stop giving babies sweet things?

9)

What do you think of a sugar tax?

10)

How can we reduce rates of obesity?


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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)

Why are carbonated drinks so popular?

13)

Should governments put a health warning on sugary drinks?

14)

How addictive do you think sugar is?

15)

What’s the difference between white and brown sugar?

16)

What do you think of artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes?

17)

Would you notice if there was less sugar in food?

18)

How would food taste if sugar was completely banned?

19)

Could you live without sugar or do you have a sweet tooth?

20)

What would you like to ask the boss of a sugar company?



 

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