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

1)

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

2)

Why is exercise so important?

3)

What kind of exercise do you think is best?

4)

Do you wish you could exercise more?

5)

Why do many people not exercise?

6)

Do you think it’s easy or difficult to find time to exercise during the day?

7)

Do you think people who exercise are happier than those who don’t?

8)

Do you think there should be a law that requires everyone to exercise?

9)

Is it more fun to exercise alone or with other people?

10)

Do you need advice about how to exercise?


 
 

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

1)

Do you like exercise?

2)

Who do you know who exercises a lot?

3)

What are the bad things about exercise?

4)

Which exercise would you prefer: jogging, swimming or cycling?

5)

Is not exercising a crime against your body?

6)

Do you think the government should do more to ensure everyone exercises?

7)

How can you adapt the everyday things you do to increase your level of exercise?

8)

Do you think exercising makes your brain work better?

9)

What do you think of the idea of having higher hospital charges for those who don’t exercise?

10)

If exercise makes you live a lot longer, why do so many people not bother to do it?


 


 
 
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