Students learned how to ask questions using:
– Who did you
– What did you
– Where did you
– When did you
– Why did you
– How did you
They then chose a Disney villain to interrogate about the crime committed in the movie.
Crime: She stole the princess’ voice.
A: Why did you steal the princess’ voice?
B: I spoke to the princess and I made a deal! I am innocent!
A: How did you feel at that time?
B: I had no feelings.
A: Do you admit your crime?
B: Yes, I do.
A: You have to pay a fine. It is 5 trillion dollars.
B: No problem! I am very rich.
Crime: She put a sleeping magic spell on princess Aurora.
A: How do you excuse your crime?
B: Her parents are mean! They are very rude! So, I punished their daughter.
A: Was it okay to punish their daughter?
B: Yes, it was!
A: How are you feeling?
B: I have no feelings. I feel nothing.
Name: The Evil Queen
Crime: She poisoned Snow White.
A: Did you give an apple to someone?
B: I gave it to Snow White.
A: Are you satisfied with your crime?
B: I am satisfied.
A: Why did you poison Snow White?
B: Because she was prettier than me.
A: Did you succeed?
B: No, I didn’t.
A: Then why are you satisfied with your crime?
B: I tried, that is enough.
A: Why do you think you are here?
B: Because I poisoned Snow White.