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Topic: Oral History Interview Planning

We are continuing to learn all about our wonderful topic of ‘changing lives’ and today you are going to be REAL-LIFE historians! Your challenge over the next two weeks is to find out information about all of the interesting ‘changes’ an older people you know might have experienced in their lives and then write about it. It's true - you really are going to interview an elderly person later on this week! But first, we need to think carefully and plan... 1. Watch along with my and listen carefully to me explaining about our project and how we should plan our interviews. 2. Click 3. Complete your plan on page 1. Take your time and think carefully - you might need to discuss some parts with mummy and daddy. You can look at my example on page 2 if you need any ideas. 4. Check through and then click

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, History, Home Learning, Social Studies
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