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

1)

What do you think when you hear the words 'environmental problem'?

2)

Do you add to the environment's problems in your daily life?

3)

What can you do every day to help the environment?

4)

Will the problems get worse or will they slowly disappear?

5)

What is the biggest environmental problem? Why do you think so?

6)

Which do you think is worse, litter in the countryside or coral bleaching?

7)

How eco-friendly is your country?

8)

What causes climate change and how can we reverse it?

9)

What problems do you know of about water?

10)

Will we (humans) kill the Earth one day?


 
 

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

1)

Why is an environmental problem a problem?

2)

What makes environmental problems?

3)

Do you think animals are angry with humans for destroying the Earth?

4)

Which do you think is worse, desertification or noise pollution?

5)

How would you explain to someone who doesn't know what global warming is?

6)

How would you feel if all the pandas died and became extinct?

7)

Who is most responsible for creating environmental problems?

8)

Is it better if we all went back to nature (left the cities and moved to the countryside)?

9)

Is it possible for everyone to change their lifestyle to help the Earth?

10)

Shopping increases environmental problems. Should we stop shopping?


 


 
 
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