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

1)

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

2)

What is the difference between freedom and liberty?

3)

What do you value most – life, liberty or the pursuit of happiness?

4)

Do you feel you have a lack of liberty?

5)

Which world country do you think most values liberty?

6)

Which world country do you think least values liberty?

7)

What are civil liberties and how important are they to you?

8)

Would you fight or riot to protect your liberty?

9)

Is there religious liberty in your country?

10)

Have you been to countries where there is very little liberty for the people? What did you think?


 
 

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

1)

What does liberty mean in your country?

2)

What do you think of New York’s Statue of Liberty?

3)

How would you feel if your liberty was taken away?

4)

Do children have the same liberties as adults?

5)

What extra liberties would you like?

6)

Do people ever take liberties with you?

7)

How would you define liberty?

8)

What do you know about the Liberty Bell?

9)

Do you think you’ll enjoy more or fewer liberties in the future?

10)

What questions about liberty would you like answers to?


 


 
 
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