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

1)

What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘risk’?

2)

Do you take a lot of risks in life or are you risk averse?

3)

What’s the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?

4)

What risks are there in your normal daily life?

5)

What health risks do you worry about?

6)

What is something you would risk your life to get?

7)

What are the risks of using the Internet?

8)

What are the risks of not taking risks?

9)

Would you do a job that was full of risks?

10)

“Only a person who risks is free.” (Unknown) Do you think this is true?


 
 

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

1)

Would life be boring without risk?

2)

Are risk-takers more successful in life?

3)

Do you think life is riskier today than it was 50 years ago?

4)

What is risk management? Have you ever applied it in your life?

5)

What risks have you taken that have gone wrong, and which have worked?

6)

Have you ever taken a risk with money and it paid off?

7)

If you invested money, would you be cautious and spread your risks, or be adventurous and invest in high-risk investments?

8)

How do the risks in our life change as we move through childhood to old age?

9)

Do you live in a town that is risky to live in?

10)

Do you need to take risks to be better at English?


 


 
 
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