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

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘knowledge’?

2)

What’s the best way to increase your knowledge?

3)

Do you have more knowledge about life than your other family members?

4)

What important knowledge do you want to pass on to your children?

5)

Do you think people with a lot of knowledge are wise?

6)

What’s better to have, great imagination or lots of knowledge?

7)

Are people born with a better ability to learn knowledge than others?

8)

Have you ever been frustrated because of a lack of knowledge?

9)

Do you ever impress people with your knowledge?

10)

What’s the difference between knowledge and education?


 
 

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

1)

Is knowledge important?

2)

What subject are you most knowledgeable about?

3)

What subject would you like to be most knowledgeable about?

4)

People say knowledge is power – is this true?

5)

Is all knowledge useful?

6)

How is your general knowledge? Are you good at quizzes?

7)

What is the tree of knowledge and what would you like to take from it?

8)

What’s the biggest threat to society, knowledge or ignorance?

9)

What is more important, knowledge or common sense?

10)

Are you angry when people do things without your knowledge?


 


 
 
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