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

(1) What things do you think about when you hear the word ‘nature'?
(2) How important is nature to you? Why?
(3) How much nature is there where you live?
(4) What is the most beautiful thing in nature? Why?
(5) How does being in nature make you feel? Why?
(6) Why do people live in cities, where there is almost no nature?
(7) What does "the power of nature" mean? How powerful is nature?
(8) What bad things are people doing to nature?
(9) What would the trees say to humans (if they could talk)?
(10) Where is the best place in your country to see or experience nature?

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

(1) What is nature?
(2) What would life be like without nature?
(3) In 100 years from now, how different do you think the natural world will be?
(4) How important is nature in your culture?
(5) Are there any bad things about nature?
(6) How can we add more nature to cities?
(7) Where is nature at its most beautiful – the mountains, oceans, deserts, beaches, space, or forests? Why do you think so?
(8) What three things can you do today to help nature?
(9) How good would you be at living in nature? Why do you think so?
(10) How would the world be a better place if we all went back to nature?



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