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

1)

Do you think home schooling is a good idea?

2)

What are the advantages of hone schooling?

3)

What kind of children benefit from home schooling?

4)

Would you have preferred home schooling or going to school?

5)

Do you think home schooling hinders a child’s development?

6)

Do children who are home schooled get the social skills they need?

7)

How do parents get all the materials they need for home schooling?

8)

A report found that 58.9% of adults who were home schooled are "very happy" with life, compared with 27.6% for the general U.S. population. Is this a good reason to encourage home schooling?

9)

Would you be different today if you’d been home schooled?

10)

Is home schooling gaining popularity in your country?


 
 

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

1)

Would you consider home schooling your children?

2)

Parents home school their children because they think they can educate their children better than schools. Do you think they can?

3)

An American report says home schooled children do much better academically than school children. What do you think about this?

4)

Home schooling avoids many problems such as bullying. Should governments encourage more home schooling?

5)

A U.S. report stated: "Where possible, children should be withheld from formal schooling until at least ages eight – ten." Do you agree?

6)

Would you know how to home school children?

7)

Do you think governments should pay parents for home schooling?

8)

Do you think home schooled children would easily adapt to school?

9)

Do you think kids who go to school would like home schooling?

10)

Do you think children would prefer home schooling or regular schooling?


 


 
 
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