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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘adolescence’?

2)

What is adolescence?

3)

What happens during adolescence?

4)

Is adolescence generally regarded as a good or happy time?

5)

What problems did you have in your adolescence?

6)

Did you worry about whether or not other people liked you?

7)

Did you rebel against your parents or teachers?

8)

When did you begin to feel like you were an adult?

9)

Are there any ceremonies or celebrations in your country to mark the entrance into adulthood?

10)

What worries and fears did you have as a adolescent?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Is there a term for adolescence in your language?

2)

Is adolescence viewed as a difficult time for children / young adults in your country

3)

Were you an early or late developer?

4)

What physiological and psychological changes take place during adolescence?

5)

Did you suffer from spots and acne?

6)

Were you a problem for your parents during your adolescence?

7)

When did you think you were no longer a child?

8)

Would you like to relive your adolescence?

9)

What advice would you give to today’s adolescents?

10)

Do you think today’s adolescents are more mature than when you were growing up?


 


 
 
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