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Dreams and Nightmares

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Discuss or debate the questions below. Remember to support your answers!

  • Do you often have the exact same dream? How about dreams of the same genre? If yes, please explain.
  • Do you often have the exact same nightmare? If yes, what is it? If no, are your nightmares often similar? Please explain.
  • Some people easily remember their dreams. How about you? Do your dreams remain fresh thirty minutes after you wake up? How about several hours later?
  • Do you believe that dreams are important? Why/not?

  • If you had to describe your dreams, what adjectives would you choose? Why?
  • Some people believe that the images in dreams are symbolic and possess meaning. What do you think?
  • If you dreamed that you could fly, what might this mean? Why do you think so?
  • If you dreamed that you lost all of your hair, what might this mean? Why do you think so?
  • If you dreamed that you were late with or had misplaced an important assignment, what might this mean? Why do you think so?
  • What is the most terrifying dream you have ever had? What made it so terrifying? Did you wake up in a cold sweat?
  • What is the best dream you have ever had? What made it so great?
  • What is the most recent dream you've had? Please explain.

  • Have you ever kept a dream journal? If yes, how long did you write in it? If no, have you ever considered it?
  • Have you ever dreamed that you were a character from a book or movie? How about someone famous? If yes, what happened in the dream? If no, what character or famous person would you like to be in a dream? Please explain.
  • Here's something to think about: Do you dream in color?

  • How is a daydream different from the dreams you have while sleeping? Please explain.
  • What do you think about people who claim to see the future in their dreams?
  • What do you think about people who interpret dreams and offer advice?
  • Why do you think some people walk and talk in their sleep?
  • Some people are affected by "sleep paralysis?" In other words, a person wakes up and can't move for several seconds. They are paralyzed! Why does this happen?

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