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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘senses’?

2)

Which is your favourite sense?

3)

How often do you think about how important your senses are?

4)

Would you like to have a sixth sense?

5)

What senses do you think you experience when you dream?

6)

What sense would you choose to lose if you had to lose one?

7)

Is common sense a real sense?

8)

Do you think we have senses we don’t know we have?

9)

Robert Tizon said: "I would rather have eyes that cannot see; ears that cannot hear; lips that cannot speak, than a heart that cannot love." Would you too?

10)

Oscar Wilde said: "Nothing can cure the soul but the senses, just as nothing can cure the senses but the soul." Do you agree?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1) What are the five senses?
2) Which sense would you like to be much stronger?
3) What animal sense would you like to have that you don't have?
4) Is intuition really a sense?
5) What do you think of the idea of being able to download extra senses into our brains in the future?
6) What gives you more pleasure, lovely music, a delicious taste, a beautiful scene, a nice smell, or the touch of the warm sun?
7) Have you ever has sensory overload?
8) How can you heighten your senses?
9) Honore de Balzac said: “Love is the poetry of the senses.” Do you agree?
10) Someone once said: “The five senses are horse sense, innocence, common sense, concupiscence (lust), and nonsense.” Do you agree?


 


 
 
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