Teacher: The first question, let’s suppose that a policeman stops you and says to you: “Give me your identification card.” What
would you say?
Boy: First I will ask him for the reason he wants my identification card.
Teacher: The reason is that you are going for a walk at night.
Girl: I would say, “I have a right to do so”.
What gives you the right to ask me for my identification card?
Teacher: The policeman may say, “Just for security reason, routine check. Please give me your
identification card.” Do you have an identification card? What would you say?
Student*: “No, I don’t have an identification card.”
Teacher: Why don’t you have an identification card?
Boy&Girl: I did not reach the age to get an identification card, I am a minor, I am a child. That is why I
don’t have an identification card
Teacher: So, what is a child?
Girl: Somebody who did not reach the age of 18 years old yet, under 18.
Teacher: A child is someone who is under 15 years old. A teenager is someone who is under 20 years
old. An adult is someone who is 20 years old or more. Therefore, you are a child.