Discussion Questions - Listening

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

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

3. How your describe would walking? you

4. Why a of sign slower might ageing? be walking

5. faster walk Will on? you now from

6. day? you How do much do walking every

7. of the are What walking? benefits

8. we Should to more planet? the help walk

9. who drivers car to walk faster? more Are likely less age

10. your is good How walking brain? for

11. you reading Did this article? like

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

13. think you read? do What about what you

14. What do you think walking? of

15. you What in could to life? more do walk daily

16. How quickly you can things? calculate

17. your How good is memory?

18. story? best three adjectives this What describe

19. brain scans of What your show? would

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

Back to the walking speed lesson.

Walking Speed - 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 'age'?
  3. How would you describe your walking?
  4. Why might slower walking be a sign of ageing?
  5. Will you walk faster from now on?
  6. How much walking do you do every day?
  7. What are the benefits of walking?
  8. Should we walk more to help the planet?
  9. Are car drivers who walk less more likely to age faster?
  10. How is walking good for your brain?

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 'walking'?
  3. What do you think about what you read?
  4. What do you think of walking?
  5. What could you do to walk more in daily life?
  6. How quickly can you calculate things?
  7. How good is your memory?
  8. What three adjectives best describe this story?
  9. What would scans of your brain show?
  10. What questions would you like to ask the researchers?

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