The 1960s in Los Angeles Research/Oral History
Due Monday, May 18th: Preliminary Interview Summary and Topic (25 points)
Due Friday May 22nd : Annotated Works Cited Page (75 points)
You may choose anyone for the interview as the topic is related to American history and the person was born in or before 1950.
Annotated Work Cited Page
Your annotated work cited page should be typed, single-spaced, Times New Roman Font, with 1-inch margins all around. It should contain your name, period, the instructor’s name, and should be entitled: “1960’s Research Project Work Cited Page”
Using your background research and preliminary interview, write 20-30 open-ended questions to be used at your interview. While not every question must be about the 1960s, the bulk of the questions should be. Keep the guiding questions in mind while writing your questions.
For your project you must have a poster/visual aid.
First Oral History Interview
You should create a short video documentary placing your person’s life in the historical context of the period involved. Video must be edited and between 5-10 minutes in length.
Life History Research Paper