Celebrity Interview (From Ancient Greece or Rome)
Choose a historical figure from the time period of this course that you would wish to interview if you could. You may use the same historical figure that you used for the obituary if you wish, although the information covered should be significantly different than presented in the obit.
Pretend you are an interviewer asking your subject about the most interesting or important event or series of events in his or her life. Do not try to cover the person’s whole life in all of its aspects or discuss such topics as place and date of birth (those are taken care of on the other form you filled out).
Write your interview in the form of a dialogue, using a speaking style appropriate to the person, based on what you have learned of him or her. Use specific facts as much as possible. You may imitate a particular kind of interviewer (news reporter, talk-show host, etc.) or pretend to be a specific famous reporter if you wish.
You must include an introduction and a conclusion to the interview (as if you were on TV and introducing them to the audience). Either in the introduction to your interview or in the conclusion you must address your audience directly, stating what interests you about your person and how you feel about meeting him or her. Don’t go easy on your subject: challenge them, question them about any embarrassing or controversial aspects of their lives as a real interviewer would. 600 word minimum.
Use information from the sources you consulted, but do not quote from them more than a sentences or two. Do not copy the exact words of your source unless you place them in quotation marks. If you do quote, be sure to state from what source the quotation comes. The interview must be typed in a Word document and submitted to the dropbox.
Did you list only sources that you actually used?
For the interview, did you write at least 750 words? There is no maximum number of words required.
Did you focus in on one major area of the person’s life, being careful not to try to discuss several different areas?
Did you include your reaction to the person whose life you researched?
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