What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘soldier’?   1 comment

English: During exercise Joint Resolve 26, in ...

English: During exercise Joint Resolve 26, in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), soldiers from the German Battle Group’s 2nd Reinforced Infantry Company, armed with Heckler and Koch automatic assault rifles, seek to capture French soldiers playing the role of paramilitary extremists, near a paramilitary training camp in the town of Pazaric. (Released to Public) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘soldier’?
2) What do you think about soldiers?
3) Would you consider becoming a soldier?
4) What do you think are the good and bad things about being a soldier?
5) Do you think soldiers are necessary?
6) Who is the Unknown Soldier and why is he/she important?
7) From what age is it OK for someone to become a soldier?
8) How do you think a soldier overcomes fear?
9) Do you think your country will always need soldiers?
10) How would you feel if your son or daughter wanted to become a soldier?

 

 

 

1) Do you think soldiers are extremely brave?
2) Why do you think people become soldiers?
3) What do you think soldiers think about the night before they have to go to war?
4) What would the world be like without soldiers?
5) Why do you think so few rich teenagers become soldiers?
6) Do you think woman soldiers should be allowed to do everything man soldiers do?
7) Does your country look after its old soldiers well?
8) Who is your country’s greatest ever soldier? Why?
9) How do you think a soldier feels when he/she comes home from war?
10) What questions would you like to as a soldier?

 

Soldiers standing in front of Little White Hou...

Soldiers standing in front of Little White House, Camp Gordon, GA, circa 1917 (Photo credit: Center for Jewish History, NYC)

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  1. Reblogged this on alvindavis99.

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