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Interview

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Dear Parent,

For your child's homework tonight, I am asking each child to interview an adult member of the family about his/her schooling. While it would be nice to talk to someone living out of the house (grandparents, aunt, etc.), please don't feel you need make a long distance call.

Below are some of the questions we reviewed in class. You can help with the interview by recording the answers. Exact written answers are not important. I want your child to get an idea of how it was "way back then."

Sample questions:

  • What year did you go to (your child's grade level)?

  • Where did you go to school?

  • What was the best part?

  • What was hard?

  • Did you like your school? Why?

  • What can you tell me that will help me have a good school year?

  • Feel free to ask other questions.

 

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