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

1)

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

2)

Are you at peace with yourself and the world?

3)

Do you love peace and quiet?

4)

Do you think there’ll ever be peace in the world?

5)

What’s the best way of achieving peace?

6)

What do you think of all the world’s peace processes and peace plans?

7)

Which area of the world do you hope achieves a lasting, permanent peace?

8)

When was the last time you heard of two countries or groups signing a peace deal?

9)

Which is more important, freedom or peace?

10)

What colour is peace?


 
 

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

1)

What does peace mean to you?

2)

How important is peace to you?

3)

What is peace of mind and inner peace?

4)

Do you think all Nobel Peace prize winners deserved their award?

5)

Would you be a good peacemaker? Why do you think this?

6)

Would you consider joining a peace movement?

7)

Do you think everyone who dies rests in peace?

8)

Do you ever have to get the peace pipe out to settle arguments with friends and family?

9)

If religions are all about peace, why do they lead to so much conflict?

10)

Do you do anything to reach a state of peace, like yoga or meditation?


 


 
 
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