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

(1) What do you think about when you hear the word "protests"?
(2) Is it good or bad to protest?
(3) What protests are happening around the world right now? Do you agree with them?
(4) How should police deal with protestors?
(5) How have protests changed the history of different countries?
(6) Why do governments protestors?
(7) What things do you need to take on a protest?
(8) How many different things can you do to protest?
(9) Is there a better way than protesting to make your voice heard?
(10) Can a protest by one person be as powerful as a protest by a million?

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

(1) What would you protest about?
(2) What would your parents think if they saw you on TV news protesting?
(3) Are protestors heroes?
(4) How do things like Twitter and Facebook help protests?
(5) What are the dangers in protesting?
(6) What are the dangers in not protesting?
(7) Do you think governments worry about protests?
(8) What do police officers think about when they are policing a protest?
(9) Is a protest better online or on the streets?
(10) What are the biggest protests in (recent) history?



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