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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 ‘senility’?
(2) What is senility?
(3) Do you ever worry about senility?
(4) Has anyone in your family suffered from senility?
(5) Does senility only happen to old people?
(6) Is there a difference between senility and senile dementia?
(7) Do you think you’ll be fully functional when you grow old?
(8) Do you think scientists will invent memory cards for our brain to help us if we become senile?
(9) Someone once said: "In the modern techno-industrial culture, it is possible to proceed from infancy into senility without ever knowing manhood." What does this mean? Do you think it's true?
(10) How should families look after relatives who become senile?

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

(1) What are the causes of senility?
(2) What can people do to keep senility away?
(3) Would you rather suffer from senility or depression?
(4) Which world leaders do you think show signs of senility?
(5) Are men or women more prone to senility?
(6) What are the symptoms of senility?
(7) Do you think exercising your brain can keep senility away?
(8) What do you think it would be like to forget the names and faces of the family members around you?
(9) Will senility become a bigger problem if we all start living longer?
(10) "When you become senile, you won't know it." (Bill Cosby) Do you think this means people don't suffer when they become senile?



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