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Here are 500 student opinion questions that invite narrative and personal writing, all together in one place. Every school day since 2009 we’ve asked students a question based on an article in The New York Times. The categorized list below touches on everything from sports to travel, education, gender roles, video games, fashion, family, pop culture, social media and more, and, like all our Student Opinion questions, each links to a related Times article and includes a series of follow-up questions. What’s more, all these questions are still open for comment by any student 13 or older. So dive into this admittedly overwhelming list and pick the questions that most inspire you to tell an interesting story, describe a memorable event, observe the details in your world, imagine a possibility, or reflect on who you are and what you believe.
What Was Your Most Precious Childhood Possession? What Were Your Favorite Childhood Shows and Characters? What Were Your Favorite Picture Books When You Were Little? What Things Did You Create When You Were a Child? What Places Do You Remember Fondly From Childhood?
Have You Ever Felt Embarrassed by Things You Used to Like? Do You Wish You Could Return to Moments From Your Past? Was There a Toy You Wanted as a Child but Never Got? What Objects Tell the Story of Your Life? What Are Your Best Sleepover Memories?
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