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

1)

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

2)

Are you happy with your nationality?

3)

If you could change nationality, which other nationality would you choose?

4)

Is nationality a problem in today’s world?

5)

What’s the difference between nationality and race?

6)

Is nationality important?

7)

Would you like dual nationality? What are the benefits?

8)

Is your nationality or religion more important to you?

9)

What difficulties do you think there are in marrying someone from a different nationality to you?

10)

What nationality are people with no countries (Kurds, Palestinians, etc)?


 
 

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

1)

What should schools teach children about nationality?

2)

Will nationality become more or less important in the future?

3)

What are the good points about your nationality?

4)

What are the bad points about your nationality?

5)

What other nationalities does your country have a problem with?

6)

When are you most proud of your nationality?

7)

If you changed your nationality, would you love your new country more than your original country?

8)

Do you look like your nationality?

9)

What things are common among people with your nationality?

10)

Do you think your nationality is pure?


 


 
 
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