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

1)

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

2)

Why are immunizations important?

3)

Does your country have a good immunization programme?

4)

Do you have a good immune system?

5)

Do you think it’s possible to immunize all of the world’s children?

6)

What’s the difference between immunization, vaccination and inoculation?

7)

What are the required immunizations when you start school?

8)

Do immunizations and vaccines work?

9)

Do you think there’s a risk of catching the illness from the vaccine?

10)

Would you prefer oral or injection immunization?


 
 

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

1)

Do you think we can get immunized against all diseases one day?

2)

What is the benefit to the world of immunization?

3)

What do you think of the argument than immunization contributes to overpopulation and should be banned?

4)

Do you think there’s still a need for immunization in rich countries?

5)

Do you think immunizations are 100% safe?

6)

Do immunizations stop at childhood?

7)

Do you think new diseases will appear that need immunization?

8)

Would you like to be immunized against old age?

9)

Would you want your government to immunize thousands of children against a killer disease or produce one missile?

10)

How would your country be affected if there was no immunization?


 


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