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

1)

Is adoption common in your country?

2)

What do you think of adoption?

3)

Would you adopt?

4)

What do you think happens to children who are not adopted?

5)

Do you know anyone who was adopted?

6)

What problems are do you think there might be with adoption?

7)

Do you parents who adopt have the same kind of love for their adopted child as natural parents have with their child?

8)

Is it better to adopt a baby or an older child?

9)

Should people adopt children from the same race?

10)

What happens if the biological parents turn up ten years later and ask for their child back?


 
 

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

1)

Should an adopted child have the same legal right as a non-adopted child?

2)

When should you tell a child he / she is adopted?

3)

What checks should adoption agencies conduct on prospective parents?

4)

Should same-sex couples or single people be allowed to adopt?

5)

Would you prefer to adopt a child from your own country or a very poor country?

6)

Do you think international adoption would be a useful solution for under-populated countries?

7)

What questions do you think a child has when he / she finds out he / she is adopted?

8)

Do you think people who adopt have extra-special hearts?

9)

Should brothers and sisters be split apart for adoption?

10)

What happens if the adopted parents decide they don’t like the child after a year or so?


 


 
 
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