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

1)

Is juvenile crime a problem in your country?

2)

What kind of crimes do young people commit?

3)

Are you afraid of young people in your country?

4)

At what age do young people turn to crime?

5)

Why has juvenile crime increased in the past decade?

6)

What is the profile of the average juvenile criminal?

7)

Should young people go to prison if they commit serious crimes?

8)

How much are parents to blame if their children become criminals?

9)

Why do you think so many young people have lost respect for authority?

10)

What part do you think movies, the Internet and video games play in leading young people to crime?


 
 

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

1)

What are the main reasons children become criminals?

2)

Should there be better policing to reduce juvenile crime?

3)

Are schools in your country doing their job to prevent juvenile crime?

4)

What is the relationship between juvenile crime and drugs in your country?

5)

Is society too soft on young people?

6)

What would you do if you discovered your children had committed criminal acts?

7)

What is the impact of gangs on children in your country?

8)

Will there be more or less juvenile crime in the future?

9)

Did you commit any crimes when you were a child?

10)

What questions would you like to ask a juvenile criminal?


 


 
 
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