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


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


3) ? important How are newspapers


4) you you read think about What what do?


5) newspapers in control Should be government?


6) why favourite newspaper What , is and your?


7) newspapers do role What society in have?


8) to of protest freedom press you protect the Would?


9) achieve to hope government Turkey's does What?


10) How country's your ? are good newspapers


11) this you reading article Did like?


12) is important how and press the of freedom is What it?


13) democracy and press the of freedom between link the is What?


14) this membership action jeopardise Why Turkey's would EU?


15) newspapers any own governments Should?


16) mean the more to people government the will takeover Will Internet go?


17) important are How journalists?


18) ? Internet Which is better to get news – newspapers or the


19) believe newspapers what you Do read you in?


20) to ask the newspaper's editor What questions would you like?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Freedom of the Press - 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 'newspaper'?

3)

How important are newspapers?

4)

What do you think about what you read?

5)

Should newspapers be in government control?

6)

What is your favourite newspaper, and why?

7)

What role do newspapers have in society?

8)

Would you protest to protect freedom of the press?

9)

What does Turkey's government hope to achieve?

10)

How good are your country's newspapers?


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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 is freedom of the press and how important is it?

13)

What is the link between freedom of the press and democracy?

14)

Why would this action jeopardise Turkey's EU membership?

15)

Should governments own any newspapers?

16)

Will the government takeover mean people will go to the Internet more?

17)

How important are journalists?

18)

Which is better to get news – newspapers or the Internet?

19)

Do you believe what you read in newspapers?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the newspaper's editor?



 

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