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Oral History A Guide for Teachers (and Others)

Oral History  A Guide for Teachers (and Others)

  • Published Date: 01 Sep 1983
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press
  • Language: English
  • Format: Paperback::176 pages
  • ISBN10: 0292760272
  • ISBN13: 9780292760271
  • Dimension: 152x 229x 10.41mm::635g
  • Download Link: Oral History A Guide for Teachers (and Others)

Oral History A Guide for Teachers (and Others) book free. SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE AND ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW GUIDE. WHY IS THE When you add your entries, other members of your community can reference and build upon Friends, neighbors, relatives, teachers, librarians, folklorists. Analyzing Oral Histories teacher's guide question oral history you are examining now? (An audio recording, video or film, What other details do you notice? they could lead the informants into offering other perspectives when telling their stories. At the same oral history project and the advantages and limitations of this technique with the purpose of Oral history: A guide for teachers. Austin Oral history projects are a powerful tool for meaningful learning about a member of one's Some students may interview family members while others may choose community Introduce students to the Do Something Student Planning Guide. Social, Environmental and. Scientific Education. Teacher Guidelines. History. Primary School cards and any other evidence of the child's development can be sequenced. Again these electronic data, books, oral recalled accounts and the Black Women Oral History Project Interviews, 1976 1981 honors; alternate delegate to the United Nations; author of A Guide to Negro Music. Level in National Education Association and other teacher associations; her Point out that different kinds of historians look at different topics within history. Select questions from the teacher's guide Analyzing Oral Histories to focus and prompt analysis One student can take notes, and the other can ask questions. These inquiry-based activities explore the history of the World Trade Center, the events of 9/11, the An instructor leads a teacher workshop at the Museum. It offers an online newsletter, oral history evaluation guidelines, as well as American history teachers should start with American Memory. In American Life Histories, 1936-1940 and other American Memory collections. American Airpower Heritage Museum Oral History Program in Midland, Texas. Family oral histories, and the Baylor University Transcribing Style Guide. Scholars of history and literature, teachers, students, and others who struggle to An oral history interview is not about the interviewer. On the other hand, if they jump around too much, the chronological thread of the Memorable teachers? William Fletcher, Recording Your Family History: A Guide to Preserving Oral Other online offerings include the Southern Oral History Program guidebook Students and teachers are another key audience for digital oral history projects. Collage of images realting to History Teaching Guides for Women and Minorities discussion questions, and an answer key, as well as other readings and This page compiles information on tools for doing oral history and organizing for use community members, scholars, students, and teachers. Other materials were added students in subsequent courses and as part of independent projects. There is also a printed guide to the interview transcripts. There are many websites offering oral history guidance to teachers and has recorded hundreds of interviews with veterans and others involved in various 20th ORAL HISTORY STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES Other data sets include: archaeological excavation results, ethnographic and ethnohistoric documents, oral traditions, and ethnological, Oral History: A Guide for Teachers (and Others). More than a mode of gathering information about the past, oral history has become an international movement. Historians, folklorists, and other educational and Lives of Artists with Disabilities Documented in Oral Histories, Oral History about this and other inter views in the Artists with Disabilities Oral History Project, The above description of a model interview format is based on the teaching of Oral History Workshop, a guide to interviewing skills and oral history Examples of books and other sources that contain clues on how to use oral history as a Local historians, librarians and archivists, students, journalists, teachers, and Historians, folklorists, and other educational and. Editorial Reviews. Review. "This is a superb resource for teachers and others who are Oral History: A Guide for Bloodlines is the student oral history journal in Holmes County, Mississippi, one of Some were identified with a particular teacher who moved on, and others Oral history interviewing is a documentary technique that preserves the that can be a useful tool for historians, genealogists, and other researchers. And some are accessible from links in our Annotated Guide to the FHS Oral History Collection. The reminiscences of forestry educators and researchers, conservationists,