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1) What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘malaria’?
2) What are the symptoms of malaria?
3) What do you know about malaria?
4) Do you think it’s possible to rid the world of malaria?
5) Why are so many African children still dying from malaria?
6) Have you ever been in a country in which there is malaria?
7) Will attitudes towards area change if it spreads to Europe and North America with global warming?
8) How can malaria be prevented?
9) Would you give money to help fight malaria?
10) Have you ever had a malaria vaccine or taken malaria tablets?

 

 

 

 

1) How do people get malaria? How is it transmitted?
2) Who is most at risk of getting malaria?
3) Why do you think Malaria hasn’t been eradicated?
4) What does malaria do to your body?
5) Why do you think malaria is so common in Africa?
6) What parts of the body does malaria usually affect?
7) What do you think should happen on a World Malaria Day?
8) Would you avoid going to a country in which there is Malaria?
9) Do you ever use mosquito repellents?
10) What questions would you like to ask a researcher into malaria?

 

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Posted October 5, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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