Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person

Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
Talking History- Interviewing an Older Person
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Talking History- Interviewing an Older Adult

In this study, a student interviews an older adult in order to compare life now and in the past and creates a book or other product to share the learning. The lessons include templates, parent letter, student pages, rubric, directions, student examples.

A differentiated project for multi-skill/age levels, Talking History includes:
 -questioning skills
 -interpersonal skills
 -encouragement of intergenerational understanding
-multiple perspectives
-analysis of change over time
-historical perspectives
 -experience with setting up and conducting interviews
 -writing a query letter and thank you note
 -literature connections
 -social studies/history/genealogy
 -composing, revising, and editing
 -planning and coordination of illustrations with text main ideas
 -the parts of a book


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16 pages
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