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

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘disease’?

2)

Do you worry about diseases?

3)

What dangerous or deadly diseases are there in your country?

4)

What do you think the deadliest disease in the world is?

5)

Do you think anyone will spread killer diseases as a means of warfare?

6)

What are the most common causes of diseases?

7)

What infectious diseases are there in your country?

8)

Have you ever had any vaccinations against diseases?

9)

What childhood diseases did you get?

10)

Is there a history of disease in your family?


 
 

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

1)

What is disease?

2)

Have you ever had a disease?

3)

Which disease would you most like scientists find a cure for?

4)

What do you think when you read or see news reports on the spread of bird flu, HIV/AIDS and other headline-hitting diseases?

5)

Do you think scientists will one day wipe out/eradicate all diseases?

6)

What do you think the scariest disease is?

7)

Are there ever any outbreaks of diseases in your country?

8)

What is the best way to stop diseases from spreading?

9)

Is there sufficient education and awareness in your country about sexually-transmitted diseases?

10)

What diseases do you worry about getting in your old age?


 


 
 
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