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

1)

What kind of factories are there in your town?

2)

What factories were in your town 50 years ago?

3)

Do you think factories are the same all over the world?

4)

Would you like to work in a factory?

5)

Which country do you think has the most efficient factories?

6)

Have overseas companies built factories in your country?

7)

What do factories need to do to protect the environment?

8)

How have mass production techniques in factories changed our lives?

9)

How have working conditions in factories changed since the Industrial Revolution?

10)

What should be done about multinational companies employing children in sweat shops?


 
 

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

1)

Have you ever visited a factory and seen a production line?

2)

Should factories be full of workers or robots?

3)

Why do you think many countries copy Japanese factories?

4)

What do you think factories of the future will look like?

5)

What do you think the differences are working in a car factory and silicon chip factory?

6)

How did factories change societies?

7)

Do you think all factories need organized unions?

8)

What is your image of ‘fast food factories’?

9)

Do you think there were weapons factories in Iraq during Saddam Hussein’s rule?

10)

Would you like to visit Willie Wonka’s chocolate factory?


 


 
 
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