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

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

3. What you Hong Kong? know about do

4. you of do protests? think What

5. protest? part a would take in What make you

6. daily protests the lives other disrupt of Should people?

7. about? the What Hong situation' is Kong's 'dangerous spoke leader

8. would canceled protest you How your flight? a if feel

9. What for you have do the protestors? advice

10. you for What Carrie advice do Lam? have

11. article? this like Did reading you

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

13. What do think you about read? what you

14. you What think do protests about Hong Kong? in the

15. Why are extradition bill? people the angry about

16. China end can How this situation?

17. been have there in country? your protests What

18. have national affected How protests image? the China's

19. the do about country, 'one know you two What principle? systems'

20. What questions Lam? you would like to Carrie ask

Back to the Hong Kong protests lesson.

Hong Kong Protests - 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 'protest'?
  3. What do you know about Hong Kong?
  4. What do you think of protests?
  5. What would make you take part in a protest?
  6. Should protests disrupt the daily lives of other people?
  7. What is the 'dangerous situation' Hong Kong's leader spoke about?
  8. How would you feel if a protest canceled your flight?
  9. What advice do you have for the protestors?
  10. What advice do you have for Carrie Lam?

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 'Hong Kong'?
  3. What do you think about what you read?
  4. What do you think about the protests in Hong Kong?
  5. Why are people angry about the extradition bill?
  6. How can China end this situation?
  7. What protests have there been in your country?
  8. How have the protests affected China's national image?
  9. What do you know about the 'one country, two systems' principle?
  10. What questions would you like to ask Carrie Lam?

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