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

1)

What images spring to mind when you hear the phrase “Nobel Prize”?

2)

What do you think of the Nobel Prize?

3)

What do you know about the different Nobel prizes?

4)

What do you know about the different Nobel Prize winners?

5)

What do you know about the life of Alfred Nobel?

6)

Does your country have many Nobel Prize winners?

7)

Would you prefer to win a Nobel Prize for peace, literature, medicine, physics or economics?

8)

Ghandi never won the Nobel Prize for Peace. Do you think he should have?

9)

Do you know any Nobel Prize winners who should not have received the award?

10)

What do Nobel Prize winners have in common?


 
 

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

1)

Would you rather win a Nobel Prize, an Oscar, an Olympic gold medal or a World Cup winner’s medal?

2)

Men usually win Nobel Prizes. Does this make the Nobel selection committee sexist?

3)

If you could make a new Nobel Prize category, what would it be and who would win it?

4)

Do you think there should be a Nobel Prize for the environment?

5)

Are there any better prizes in the world than the Nobel Peace prize?

6)

What do you think you should win a Nobel Prize for?

7)

How does winning a Nobel Prize change the winner’s life?

8)

Should a Nobel Prize winner try to change the world?

9)

Would you rather attend the Oscars or the Nobel Prize ceremony?

10)

What would you like to ask a Nobel Prize winner?


 


 
 
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