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When you hear “history,” do you moan? Do you want something interesting to do instead? Try this: In addition to reading about people in a book, go ask one of your family members to tell you a story.

Oral histories are very important. Knowing where you come from and how things have changed helps you to know yourself and where you are going. You aren’t likely to find the story of your great-grandfather’s childhood in a book. So go ask him!!

To create a full story, you will interview and research.

Check out this student example.

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