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

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘standard of living’?

2)

What’s your standard of living like?

3)

Has your standard of living gone up or down over the years?

4)

What is the standard of living like in your country compared to its neighbours?

5)

Do you think standard of living is more important than quality of life?

6)

Bhutan measures Gross Domestic Happiness, pretty much all other countries measure standard of living. Which is best?

7)

What do we measure to find the standard of living?

8)

Would you include issues like the climate and crime in measuring the standard of living?

9)

What do you think your standard of living will be like when you retire?

10)

Do you think the standard of living is a cultural or economic measurement?


 
 

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

1)

How do countries increase the standard of living for citizens?

2)

Is it possible for all countries to enjoy the same standard of living?

3)

Why don’t countries copy the economic policies of the countries with the highest standard of living?

4)

Would you like to move to the country with the highest standard of living?

5)

Is the standard of living related to the cost of living?

6)

Do you think your town has a high standard of living?

7)

Is the standard of living or the standard of loving most important?

8)

What part does the Internet play in the standard of living?

9)

Could you cope with the standard of living in the developing world?

10)

An Indian spiritual leader said: "It is not the standard of living that is important, but the manner of living." Do you agree?


 


 
 
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