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English Conversation Questions on School: School shootings and safety
- What is your opinion on school shootings and their frequency in the United States?
- Do you believe that current school safety measures, such as metal detectors and armed guards, are effective at preventing school shootings?
- What do you think could be done to better protect students and staff in schools from the threat of gun violence?
- Do you think that stricter gun control laws would help prevent school shootings, or do you think there are other solutions that should be prioritized?
- What do you think is the root cause of school shootings, and how can it be addressed?
- Do you think that mental health treatment and identification of at-risk individuals could play a role in preventing school shootings?
- Do you believe that school shootings are a problem that can be solved, or are they an inevitable part of modern society?
- What is your reaction when you hear about a school shooting in the news?
- Do you think that school shootings receive an appropriate amount of media coverage, or do you think they are oversensationalized?
- What do you think can be done to support the victims and families affected by school shootings?
- Do you think that the government and schools have a responsibility to ensure the safety of students and staff in schools?
- What is your opinion on the role of gun ownership and access to firearms in school shootings?
- Do you think that schools should be allowed to arm teachers or other staff as a means of protection against school shootings?
- Do you think that the issue of school shootings is being adequately addressed by lawmakers and public officials?
- Do you have any personal experiences or connections to school shootings that have shaped your perspective on this issue?
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