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


2. mind when you hear the word 'theft' What springs to?


3. you read think about What what do you?


4. think thief Mr Ostriakov Do is you a?


5. government responsible for feeding people who are starving Is the?


6. steal none food if Would you you had?


7. were you you judge would if the What rule?


8. Will shoplifting more to lead case this?


9. worth Was and on the this judges paying money case lawyers spent?


10. ? stealing food a crime Is


11. reading article Did like this you?


12. and rich Why homelessness in there poverty countries is?


13. crime for stores a stealing food not if Would was bankrupt food go?


14. about not If how is , food clothes crime for stealing a stealing?


15. hungry What can countries do make sure no one is?


16. ever the you've been What's hungriest?


17. if do you would What money or food no had you?


18. and supermarkets in food uneaten Should poor the to go restaurants?


19. country your is country a civilised How?


20. like the What you ask would to judge questions?

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Food Theft - 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 'theft'?

3)

What do you think about what you read?

4)

Do you think Mr Ostriakov is a thief?

5)

Is the government responsible for feeding people who are starving?

6)

Would you steal food if you had none?

7)

What would you rule if you were the judge?

8)

Will this case lead to more shoplifting?

9)

Was this case worth the money spent on paying lawyers and judges?

10)

Is stealing food a crime?


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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 is there homelessness and poverty in rich countries?

13)

Would food stores go bankrupt if stealing for food was not a crime?

14)

If stealing for food is not a crime, how about stealing clothes?

15)

What can countries do to make sure no one is hungry?

16)

What's the hungriest you've ever been?

17)

What would you do if you had no food or money?

18)

Should uneaten food in supermarkets and restaurants go to the poor?

19)

How civilised a country is your country?

20)

What questions would you like to ask the judge?



 

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