Asking questions about air pollution

  • Here are some ideas about questions you could ask but ask your own questions too:
     
    • Where does air pollution come from?
    • How does air pollution affect people’s health?
    • What could you do differently to make less air pollution?
    • What stops you from doing these things?
    • What would help you to do these things more?
    • Do you think air pollution is bad where you live?
    • Can you give any examples of how air pollution has affected you?

 

  • It might be interesting to see if you can spot any patterns in answers from different people – do children give different answers to adults? Do people of different genders give different answers? What other reasons can you think of for different answers?
  • MAKE SURE AN ADULT CARER OR TEACHER CHECKS YOUR QUESTIONS AND KNOWS WHO YOU ARE QUESTIONING FOR YOUR SURVEY
  • In your project poster or leaflet we’d like to read about what questions you decided to ask, why you thought they would be interesting, how you did your survey and what you found out.
  • We’d like to see some charts or tables of the questions and answers and what this helped you to find out about air pollution and what people should do about it.

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