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What makes history? What is a primary source? Who determines historical accuracy?
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"Having Our Say" Unit

How does one interview for information, for memory, for personal history?

This unit will have, as its culmination, a personal interview with someone at least 60 years of age, documented with signed form.

Your interview will be written up in the manner of the Oral History, Having Our Say.

You will present the interview in a formal class presentation to be given in class the week of September 22-26, 2014

What comes to mind when you look at this picture?  What if you could speak with these people and ask what they were doing, thinking?  What might they say?

History comes in all shapes and sizes.

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