The Great Depression Interviews
Eleventh graders interview a person born BEFORE 1933 and write the answers to their interview in paragraph form, typed. students answer all questions AND MAKE UP 3 OF YOUR OWN QUESTIONS AND INCLUDE ANSWERS.
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