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

1)

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

2)

What do you think happened to the dinosaurs?

3)

Why are children so interested in dinosaurs from a very young age?

4)

Do you have a favourite dinosaur?

5)

What do you think life was life for men and women when dinosaurs were around?

6)

Do you like looking at dinosaur skeletons and bones at exhibitions?

7)

Would you like to be a paleontologist and look for and study dinosaur bones?

8)

What are your earliest memories of dinosaurs? Did you have dinosaur toys?

9)

Do you like dinosaur movies?

10)

Are there still dinosaurs on the Earth today?


 
 

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

1)

Do you think dinosaurs are interesting?

2)

If you were a dinosaur, which one would you be?

3)

Would you like to see dinosaur DNA used to bring dinosaurs back to life?

4)

Why is it important to understand how dinosaurs lived?

5)

What would you say if you had to give a one minute speech on dinosaurs?

6)

What features make a dinosaur a dinosaur?

7)

How do dinosaurs feature strongly in our modern culture?

8)

What would you like to know about dinosaurs that no one knows?

9)

What kind of dinosaurs or dinosaur dishes do you think were tasty?

10)

If someone called you a dinosaur, would you be happy or unhappy?


 


 
 
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