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I interviewed my grand parents about there childhood, marriage, and how they dealt with cancer
This experience was very amazing to see how my aunt and uncle had gotten together how they felt there experiences have impacted them etc.
Olivia and Ali talk about their childhood, jobs, love and more.
We talked about my grandfathers experience in the army, and how he asked my grandmother that he was getting deployed. We also talked about his best friend in the war and his memories with him.
I interviewed my father and we talked about his early childhood in Germany, his education, career, his travels through the world, and the places he lived in. I chose to interview my dad because I find his story very interesting.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Cecilia Munoz (16) interviews her past teacher history teacher, Ralph Bernard (65) about the events that shaped him into the influential person he is today. Mr. Bernard...
Talked a lot about childhood and career and relationship choices.
We talked about her childhood in New Jersey all the way to her moving to Wisconsin after meeting my grandpa.
From working on an assembly line to overnight success, it takes teamwork to make a dream work.
It was a really great experience and I learned a lot about my Tio that I didn’t know before :)
Today we talked about what her life was like growing up and who she felt most influenced by
In Flushing, New York, a hardworking father, George Dakis, and his 14-year-old daughter, Christina Dakis, converse about his life in a Greek-American household. They talk about his inspiring life and the hardships he went through to become the man he...
I interviewed my mom and dad, about their relationship and their experience with kids
Dad talking a little about growing up in north korea, family, meeting mom
History assignment given over Thanksgiving break asking students to participate in the Great Listen.
Hannah Sexton (15) interviews her grandfather, Bobby Hall (63) in her dining room in Shelbyville, Kentucky. They talk about his childhood, love-life, and work years.
My name is Darya Brel, and I have interviewed my grandmother, Iryna Nikoliuk, about her childhood, marriage, kids and experiences as an immigrant. I asked my mom, Yuliya Brel, to translate my grandma’s story
We bounced around her life for the most part. We started off with how she met my dad and to their marriage, then we got to when my brother and I came into the picture.