Discussion Questions - Listening

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

2. are the when in What word you your images 'hate' hear mind?

3. does - exist Why anti Semitism?

4. - in anti exists country much Semitism your How?

5. forms exist country other hate your What of in?

6. been against Have ever discriminated you?

7. today Are increasing hate or crimes decreasing?

8. would How country own your in unwelcome feel to feel it?

9. Internet the has How crime hate increased?

10. hide religion Would ever your you?

11. reading article Did like this you?

12. you do What 'crime' word the hear you when of think?

13. about What what do you you read think?

14. to happen should What crimes Semitic - anti commit who people?

15. hate Should about of learn dangers crimes children the?

16. crimes - so go Semitic few Why to hate anti do court?

17. your of country racism exist What in kinds?

18. How societies tolerant more create governments can?

19. we challenge Semitism can and - How oppose anti?

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

Back to the hate crimes lesson.

Hate Crimes - 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 images are in your mind when you hear the word 'hate'?
  3. Why does anti-Semitism exist?
  4. How much anti-Semitism exists in your country?
  5. What other forms of hate exist in your country?
  6. Have you ever been discriminated against?
  7. Are hate crimes increasing or decreasing today?
  8. How would it feel to feel unwelcome in your own country?
  9. How has the Internet increased hate crime?
  10. Would you ever hide your religion?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)
  1. Did you like reading this article? Why/not?
  2. What do you think of when you hear the word 'crime'?
  3. What do you think about what you read?
  4. What should happen to people who commit anti-Semitic crimes?
  5. Should children learn about the dangers of hate crimes?
  6. Why do so few anti-Semitic hate crimes go to court?
  7. What kinds of racism exists in your country?
  8. How can governments create more tolerant societies?
  9. How can we oppose and challenge anti-Semitism?
  10. What questions would you like to ask the researchers?

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