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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘cyber-bullying’?
(2) How can someone be bullied in cyber-space?
(3) Do you think online bullying is worse than or not as bad as physical bullying?
(4) When did you first hear about cyber-bullying?
(5) What would you do if you were cyber-bullied?
(6) Why do cyber-bullies bully other people online?
(7) How much of a problem do you think cyber-bullying is?
(8) What can people do to stop cyber-bullying?
(9) Do Internet companies and mobile phone companies have a duty to stop cyber-bullying?
(10) Do you think there should be a punishment for cyber-bullying?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) What examples of cyber-bullying can you think of?
(2) Do you know anyone, or have you heard about anyone who has been cyber-bullied?
(3) How do you think cyber-bullying affects the life of those bullied?
(4) Isn’t it best simply not to visit the sites on which nasty comments or pictures are posted if you are being cyber-bullied?
(5) Don’t you think it would be easy for police to trace where nasty posts of text messages came from?
(6) What responsibilities do social networking sites have in stopping cyber-bullying?
(7) Do you think cyber-bullies and school or office bullies are different?
(8) Should someone who is being cyber-bullied go to the police?
(9) What questions would you like to ask a cyber-bully?
(10) How can governments educate people, especially children, about the harm cyber-bullying does?



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