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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 ‘information’?
(2) Are you happy with the amount of information in your head?
(3) How much useless information do you think you’ve learned?
(4) Do you have more information than your grandparents?
(5) Is it important to know a lot of information in today’s world?
(6) What do you think ‘information economics’ is?
(7) What topics would you like to know more information about?
(8) What is the information superhighway and why is it important?
(9) Are you happy to be living in the ‘Information Age’?
(10) How do you gather information?

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

(1) What’s the difference between information and knowledge?
(2) What information technology do you think is most important?
(3) What kind of information is dangerous in the wrong hands?
(4) Is there freedom of information in your country?
(5) Do you often go to tourist information offices?
(6) What important information are you carrying on you now?
(7) What has the Internet done for information?
(8) What is information overload?
(9) What personal information about you should be confidential information?
(10) What’s the latest information?



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