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Conversation Questions Teachers

Conversation Questions Teachers
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  • Can you think of a good teacher you had?
    • What made that teacher good?
  • Think of a bad teacher you had.
    • What made that teacher bad?
  • What do you think it takes to be a good teacher?
  • What are some traits of teachers?
  • What different kind of teachers can you name?
  • How are you a teacher to someone else?
  • What is the retirement age for teachers in your country?
  • Would you rather learn from a young teacher or an older teacher?
  • What are the salaries for teachers in your country?
  • Do you enjoy spending time with your teachers?
  • If you were going to be a teacher, where would you like to teach?
  • Young people spend a lot of their “formative years” with teachers. On the whole, is this time well-spent?
  • What kind of formal training do teachers need in your country?
    • Do you think the training is sufficient?
    • If you could, how would you change this training

Conversation Questions


  • Have you ever had telepathic communication with someone?
  • Did you ever dream about something before it happened?
  • Do you believe the inner voice of intuition may actually be a form of telepathic communication?
  • Do you think it’s possible to communicate telepathically with people who have died? Your ancestors?
  • Do animals communicate telepathically?
  • Can people train in sending and receiving telepathic messages?
  • How can you tell the difference between a telepathic message and just talking to yourself?
  • Are you telepathic?
  • Do you know anyone who is telepathic?
  • Do you think telepathy is possibly an innate ability that everyone has, but has forgotten how to use or shut down?
  • Has telepathy ever saved your life?
  • Is it possible that God talks to us telepathically?
  • Are you interested in telepathy and the possible uses of developing this ability?
  • If everyone were able to communicate telepathically, what would be different?

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