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

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word 'disability'?

2)

What kinds of disability do you know of?

3)

Some people prefer to use the term 'physically challenged' instead of 'disabled'. What do you think about this?

4)

What problems do people with disabilities face in your country?

5)

Do you think it would be harder to live with a physical disability or an intellectual disability?

6)

Do you always try to help people who are disabled?

7)

Do you tend to think that disabled people always need your help?

8)

What things do you think disability rights groups campaign for?

9)

What do you think of the Paralympic Games (which means 'alongside the Olympic games')?

10)

What daily problems do you think wheelchair users have in your town?


 
 

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

1)

What kinds of discrimination do people with disabilities face ?

2)

What message do you think disabled people would like to tell those without a disability?

3)

What role models with a disability do you know of?

4)

How do you think people disabled in accidents come to terms with their new disability?

5)

What should people do on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities?

6)

What misunderstandings do people have about disability?

7)

What problems do disabled people in poorer countries face?

8)

What can disabled people teach those without disabilities?

9)

What tax breaks or financial aid should people with disabilities get?

10)

Do you think science will be able to end disability one day?


 


 
 
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