During my classes Immigration project, we had to write 10-15 questions that we would use to interview a person that immigrated to America. Then we will have to create a video on our immigration project. I am writing this post about my immigration questions. I wrote 12 questions. Here is a link to them https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fqkCJp8xI7janZLHNond14lD6tovQ_PJGQvnZs8ZNec/edit
Our class had a system for writing these questions. That system was a green or red system. This was used to determine if our questions could be answered with a “yes” or a “no”. A red meant that the question could be answered with a “yes” or a “no”. A green could be answered in detail and with a sentence, or it could be taken into further explanation. Our class had to have at least 10 green light questions and no more than five red light questions. When we came up with our questions we had a choice. We could either read a packet and use the ones that we liked, or we could come up with our own ones. I decided to do a mixture. I felt like it was good to do a mixture because (a) it could help me later in life because it could teach me to be more independent, and (b) some of them I may have already thought of but maybe packet said it in a more clear way. I can’t wait for my interview next week!