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

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase ‘organ transplants’?

2)

What organs can be transplanted?

3)

What do you think of organ transplants?

4)

What do you think of people who refuse organ transplants?

5)

Do you think organ transplants will become much more common in the future?

6)

Do you think body parts from animals will be used in organ transplants in the future?

7)

Do you think brain transplants will be possible in the future?

8)

Would you like to be a doctor who performs organ transplants?

9)

Would you give up one of your kidneys or half of your liver to save the life of a friend?

10)

What do you think of face transplants?


 
 

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

1)

What do you know about organ transplants?

2)

Would you allow the organs of a loved one to be transplanted?

3)

Would you accept to have an animal’s heart if it could save your life?

4)

What would you think if your government paid for a serial killer in prison to have an organ transplant?

5)

Which of your organs would you want for organ transplants after you die?

6)

Are you a different person if you have a heart transplant?

7)

Would you like to see an organ transplant?

8)

How worried would you be if your doctor said you needed an organ transplant?

9)

What are the dangers of organ transplants?

10)

If you could clone yourself to have a stock of body parts for future organ transplants, would you?


 


 
 
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