It’s been a busy Thanksgiving-themed week! Our class has been having conversations about all of the things we are grateful for. We filled out feathers to add to the school turkey and we wore tags displaying our gratitude.
In math we have been working in groups to solve our turkey problems. It has proved to be fun and engaging. Check out our hard work below!
Suggested Interview Questions” for the Molly’s Pilgrim Project are due Monday, December 5th. Students should interview their “pilgrim” (or relative/friend of a pilgrim) and record their answers on a separate piece of paper.
What is your full name? Are you a pilgrim? If not, who is the pilgrim you will tell me about?
What country and city did you come from?
Was it a difficult decision to come to America?
Tell me about your life in your home country, such as friends and things you did in your spare time.
What city and state did you arrive in (U.S.)?
What year did you leave your country to come to the United States?
Tell me about the journey from your country. Did you come on a boat, plane, or car to the U.S.? How long did it take? Explain in detail.
How old were you when you came to the U.S.?
Why did you leave your country?
Did you come to the U.S. with anyone else? If so, who?
Tell me about your family.
What was your job in your first country? What was your job in the U.S.?
When you came to the U.S. what did you do first?
What do you miss about your home town?
What do you love about the U.S.?
Do you ever travel back to your old country? Why or why not?
Are you happy with your decision to come to the U.S.?
If the person is no longer alive, when did they die?
*Feel free to write your own questions!
I hope everyone has an enjoyable and safe Thanksgiving with family and friends.