The next step in the bike project was assigned today.
Lesson 3: A Bicycle Story
In order to learn more about cycling from another time or place, you will be interviewing someone. The goal of the interview is to gather information about the everyday role of bicycles in another time or place, to explore how things are different here and now, and to identify any challenges your interviewee might have with riding. Your interview can be audio or video. However, we would prefer a video interview. For the interview requirements, click here.
Part A: Anyone who has ridden a bike may have an interesting story to tell.
1. What do you think would make a story interesting?
2. Who's suitable for an interview?
Check your e-mail, download and complete the "Bicycle Story: Potential Interviewee Document." Upon completion, save it in your folder, print it out, meet with Raisa or Mark for approval.
Part B: Developing Questions
1. What makes a good interview question?
2. Generate at least five good interview questions.
Check your e-mail, download and complete the "Interview Questions Document." Upon completion, save it in your folder, print it out, meet with Raisa or Mark for approval.
General Interview Requirements: