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


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


3) What what do you you read think about?


4) movie horror a to story the compare article the does Why?


5) you do What town the in live to like it's think?


6) weeds do problems What cause?


7) the flowers differences between What weeds are and?


8) panic' name , 'hairy the of think you do What?


9) your What nuisances in of there town kind are?


10) weeds What do you think residents should do about the?


11) you reading article Did like this?


12) do know weeds What you about?


13) about things good any there Are weeds?


14) problem similar a had you if home your leave you Would?


15) feel weeds fight you of to would wall having How a about through?


16) adjectives best describe this story , and why What three?


17) things What draining mentally and physically be to find you do?


18) have What for advice the do residents you?


19) first you - have world problems What do?


20) ask a local resident What questions would you like to?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Hairy Panic - 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 'panic'?

3)

What do you think about what you read?

4)

Why does the article compare the story to a horror movie?

5)

What do you think it's like to live in the town?

6)

What problems do weeds cause?

7)

What are the differences between weeds and flowers?

8)

What do you think of the name, 'hairy panic'?

9)

What kind of nuisances are there in your town?

10)

What do you think residences should do about the weeds?


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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 weeds?

13)

Are there any good things about weeds?

14)

Would you leave your home if you had a similar problem?

15)

How would you feel about having to fight through a wall of weeds?

16)

What three adjectives best describe this story, and why?

17)

What things do you find to be physically and mentally draining?

18)

What advice do you have for the residents?

19)

What first-world problems do you have?

20)

What questions would you like to ask a local resident?



 

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