Education Get To Know You Questions
Education (School & Education)
Anyone will tell you education is important. It is the single largest indicator of finical and social success. This category deals with formal and informal education. It also addresses the unique relationships and interactions we have at school.
What musical interments do you wish you could play?
What subject do you wish you had paid more attention to in school?
What goals do you have for your education?
What do you remember about your first day of school?
Who was your favorite teacher?
If you could ask God a question what would it be?
What word do you love the sound of?
If you did not need the money what would you have studied in school?
How did you make it through school?
What is the best adaptation of a book to a movie?
What is the most beautiful language?
What class in school has proven to be the lease useful?
What was the last book you read?
What is something you have always wanted to try?
What would you like to know more about?
What phrase or idiom do you think is makes no sense?
What is your favorite quote?
If you were to write a novel what would it be about?
What word do you have trouble saying?
What musical instrument do you play?
Did you ever work at an on campus job? What was it?
What summer camps did you go to as a child?
In what ways are you a nerd?
What do you like to learn about?
It is human nature there is one universal in conversation; everyone likes to talk about themselves. The secret to eliciting good conversation is to know when to talk and more importantly when to listen. It is impossible to listen during an awkward silence. Asking the right questions is the shortest path toward engaging conversation. As you ask the right question you illicit a response that strikes at an emotional core for you conversation partner. Additionally by selecting the question you have the ability to steer the conversation in a direction you will find engaging.
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