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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 ‘thinking’?
(2) Why do we think?
(3) Do you always think about what you must do next/later?
(4) What is a thinker? Are you one?
(5) Can too much thinking affect your health?
(6) How can we stop people from thinking too much?
(7) Is thinking a positive or negative thing? Why?
(8) What would happen if we stopped thinking?
(9) What do you do when thinking keeps you awake at night?
(10) When was the last time thinking about something solved a problem?

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

(1) How would the world change if we could read each other's thoughts?
(2) What are you thinking right now?
(3) What do you do when you find yourself thinking bad thoughts?
(4) What do you think other people think of you?
(5) How much do you care about what others think of you?
(6) What things change the way you think?
(7) Why do different people think in different ways?
(8) What do you spend your day thinking about most? Why?
(9) What are the differences between the way men and women think?
(10) What do children think about most? Why?



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