Oral History

          Analysis Exercise



After listening to the selection, answer the following questions.


1.      What is the subject of the interview?


2.      What event(s) and / or social development(s) in American history does it address?


3.      What did you learn from the interview?


4.      How does it enhance or increase your understanding of a specific moment in American history?


5.      What information does the interview provide that could help you explain the causes of the event(s) or social development(s) this person witnessed?


6.      How would you learn more about the subject of this interview?


7.      What resources could broaden your perspective on the event(s) and/or social development(s) it addresses?