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

1)

What images come to mind when you hear the word ‘Amazon’?

2)

What do you know about the Amazon?

3)

How important is the Amazon?

4)

Which is more important, the Amazon River or Amazon rainforests?

5)

What kind of animals are unique to the Amazon?

6)

What environmental problems does the Amazon have?

7)

What’s the difference between a rainforest and a jungle?

8)

What can we do to help protect the Amazon?

9)

Who lives in the Amazon?

10)

Would you like to visit the Amazon?


 
 

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

1)

Would you like to spend a year living in the Amazon jungle?

2)

What can Amazonian Indians teach us about life?

3)

Who has a better life, Amazonian Indians or us?

4)

What do you think Amazonian Indians think of developers cutting down and polluting the rainforests?

5)

Oil giants Chevron and Texaco say they are looking after the rainforest and indigenous peoples. What do you think?

6)

Could you survive a year alone in the Amazon?

7)

Why is it so important to protect the Amazon?

8)

Which is the only river in the world longer than the Amazon?

9)

What is the Amazon Basin?

10)

Why do you think the bookseller Amazon.com chose the word ‘Amazon’ for its name?


 


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