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

1)

Are identity cards compulsory in your country?

2)

What are the advantages of identity cards?

3)

What kind of information should and shouldn’t be on ID cards?

4)

Do you think ID cards are easy for counterfeiters to make?

5)

Do you think ID cards can solve social problems?

6)

What is your ‘identity’?

7)

Do you worry about identity theft?

8)

What would you do if you lost all your ID cards?

9)

Do you think it would be easy for a hacker to hack into a database containing your personal information?

10)

Do you think fingerprints or retina scans are better than ID cards?


 
 

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

1)

What do you think of the idea of having to carry an ID card?

2)

Where and when do you need to show ID?

3)

How many ID cards do you have?

4)

Do you think governments want too much control with ID cards?

5)

Would you like to see an ID card that is also a passport and credit/debit card?

6)

What are the dangers of ID cards?

7)

What do you think about the idea of a world identity card?

8)

From what age do you think people should carry ID cards?

9)

Would you like to be able to do the design for your ID card?

10)

Why are many people around the world against the idea of ID cards?


 


 
 
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