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

1)

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

2)

What does the acronym NASA mean?

3)

Would you like to work for NASA?

4)

What do you think is NASA’s greatest ever triumph?

5)

What projects is NASA working on at the moment?

6)

Why is the work NASA does important?

7)

Why is NASA so interested in Mars?

8)

Do you think NASA’s $15 billion annual budget is enough or should the money be spent on other things?

9)

What do you think NASA’s astronaut training is like?

10)

Why isn’t NASA interested in more manned trips to the Moon?


 
 

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

1)

What do you know about NASA?

2)

What do you know about NASA’s competitors?

3)

What do you know about the early days of NASA?

4)

If NASA found an alien, do you think they’d tell us about it?

5)

Do you think NASA has secrets it doesn’t tell the world about the things it has found?

6)

What is the point of NASA? What’s its mission?

7)

If you could decide on a project for NASA, what would it be?

8)

What do NASA workers talk about in their lunch break?

9)

What would be the best job to have in NASA?

10)

What questions would you like to ask a NASA astronaut?


 


 
 
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