Interviewing An Inventor: Point Of View

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This item integrates reading, research, and writing BUT from a different point of view. Kids love it!

This report asks students to conduct an imaginary interview with a famous inventor - living or deceased.

"GREAT NEWS! You’ve been hired by a very popular local television station to interview an inventor! They’ve chosen YOU because of your exceptional communication skills and your ability to be a deep academic thinker. The inventor you choose to interview can be alive or deceased. Choose an inventor that you want to know more about. Read a book/articles about him or him. Respond to the interview questions as though YOU are the inventor that you’re interviewing."

This item addresses:

A famous quote by Steve Jobs
Nonfiction text
Genre
Point of view
Interview questions
Character traits
Evidence
Hindsight
Wisdom
Memory
An illustration page with specific directions

A list of inventors (for students to consider investigating) is included along with a few puzzling questions to consider.

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Interviewing An Inventor: Point Of View
Interviewing An Inventor: Point Of View
Interviewing An Inventor: Point Of View
Interviewing An Inventor: Point Of View