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Author: Linda Wood; Oral History Association.
Publisher: Carlisle, PA : Oral History Association, ©2001.
Series: Practices in oral history.
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Wood, Linda, 1941-
Oral history projects in your classroom.
Carlisle, PA : Oral History Association, c2001
(OCoLC)741859830
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Wood; Oral History Association.
ISBN: 9780984594726 0984594728
OCLC Number: 48234102
Description: iv, 88 p. : forms ; 28 cm.
Contents: Preface: Description of five classroom projects --
1. Getting started : Using oral history in the classroom ; Oral history and the local scene ; Creating a model portfolio --
2. Developing an oral history project : Classroom curriculum ; Administrative and community support ; The character and resources of the community ; Funding ; Focus for the project ; Scope and length of the project --
3. The oral history project : Developing a knowledge base ; Identifying narrators ; Research ethics ; Interview questions ; The practice interview ; Equipment for the project ; The interview ; The interview index ; Keeping track of all the parts --
4. After the interview : In the classroom ; Transcribing the interview ; Assignments ; Public programs ; Preserving the historical documents ; Assessment and student evaluation --
Handouts and reproducible forms : Interviews and transcripts as primary sources ; Witness to history ; Narrator information form ; Letter to potential narrator ; Making contact with the narrator ; Receipt for borrowed documents ; Legal release form ; Types of questions to ask ; Tips on how to interview ; "Invented" interviews for practice ; Information kit ; Checklist for the interview ; Keeping track of the parts ; Student survey evaluation ; Project evaluation form.
Series Title: Practices in oral history.
Responsibility: Linda P. Wood.

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