lunes, 12 de marzo de 2018

CAR: Partial Project 2, Telling Your People's Stories (Due March 23)

Telling your people's stories

Individually, you will interview a family member, friend, or acquaintance and interview them about your family's experience during the 1920s, the 1930s, or the 1940s. You will pick which decade you focus on and specify it in the main idea of a 500-1,000-word essay.

You will design the interview and conduct it in the language that is convenient for the person you are interviewing. You may choose to interview them about any decade from the second partial (1920s, 1930s, and 1940s), but the interview should answer the question:

How did the decade's historical events affect everyday life for your family?

On March 23, before midnight, upload to Blackboard the following two files:
  1. A Word document (.docx, 10% of your grade) where you write an account of the event or events your interviewee talked about. It should be between 500 and 1,000 words (10%), identify your relationship to the person you interviewed (20%), and in an essay structure, mention the interviewee's perspective on at least one specific historical event that was seen in class (30%). The development and conclusion should carefully follow the points outlined in the main idea (30%). The file should be named "My Story_NAME.docx".
  2. A picture of you and the person you interviewed. The file should be named "PP2 photo_NAME" (10% of your grade).

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