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Oral History Project 12.12.12


Oral History Project 12.12.12

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Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2012

The Oral History Project asks students to identify a local person as the subject of a short documentary video or photo journalism piece about their personal history. You can click the image below to expand the project in your browser, or you can click the following link to download a .pdf version of the project.

Download Project: OralHistoryProject.pdf

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Comment by Katy Gates on June 15, 2011 at 2:55pm
Hello all! Here at One Day on Earth, we're gearing up for 11/11/11 and we want you to join! Anyone thinking of something new for November?
Comment by Toora Primary School on October 1, 2010 at 7:56am
Some of our students participate in the annual cattle mustering to Snake Island so we are keen to interview the pilot who leads the cattle and riders over to the island and back again to the mainland after they cattle have spent several weeks grazing. This has been a project we have wanted to do for some time so the pressure of the time line ie filming on the 10th, should help us to achieve the interview!
Comment by Ellen Fishman-Johnson on September 24, 2010 at 5:44pm
My radio club is going to do interviews of teachers for this project. Their guiding question will be "What drives you to do what you do today?" and "what are you doing today that will change tomorrow?" The hope is that we gather core stories about the people who are important in our community. Any thoughts?

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