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

1)

Do you have or want children? Why?

2)

Have you had much experience with children?

3)

Do you like children of all ages (babies, toddlers, adolescents/teenagers)?

4)

Do you think everyone should have children?

5)

How many children should people have?

6)

What's your opinion of people who choose not to have children?

7)

What's your understanding of the terms "childless" and "childfree"?

8)

What do you think of clubs for childless and childfree people ?

9)

Why would people without kids join such clubs?

10)

Is it better to have children or not have them?

 


 
 

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

1)

What are some good and bad reasons for having children?

2)

What are some good and bad reasons for not having children?

3)

Should people who have hereditary diseases have children?

4)

Should people who can't afford children have them anyway?

5)

What about people who don't enjoy the company of children?

6)

How old should a person be before they have children?

7)

Should a single person have children?

8)

What do you think of same-sex couples having children?

9)

How old is too old to have a baby?

10)

If you couldn't have children, would you adopt?

 


 
 
 


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