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

1)

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

2)

What do you think of the idea of monarchy?

3)

What monarchies do you know of around the world?

4)

Are monarchies good or bad for a country?

5)

Why do many countries still maintain their monarchies?

6)

Do members of a monarchy need to work hard for their country?

7)

Is it unfair that people are born into a monarchy and automatically lead a privileged life, never having to lift a finger?

8)

What differences are there in society of the world’s monarchies?

9)

Which of the world’s monarchies do you think is best?

10)

Would you prefer your country to be a monarchy or republic?


 
 

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

1)

How did monarchies start?

2)

Why do people in some monarchies respect their monarchs so much?

3)

Would you like to be a monarch?

4)

What do you think the average king, queen, emperor, empress, sheikh, sheikha, sultan, sultana does in an average day?

5)

Do you think monarchs should have the power to change governments and constitutions?

6)

What do you think monarchs think about their people?

7)

What would a monarch do if one day their monarchy ended and their money was taken away?

8)

What would you do if you were monarch for a day?

9)

Who is the best monarch ever – living or dead?

10)

What questions would you like to ask a monarch?


 


 
 
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