Encourage them to ask more questions than are on their lists, if they feel compelled to do so. F. Explain how note taking is really just that: notes. The students don? D. Check the students? Questions, which can be written in longhand or typed on the computer. Tell them to make their interview appointments by a certain date (of your choosing). This is their first deadline. Does hero mail need envelopes? No envelopes please; as we review all mail before its sent; having no envelopes at all is actually easier for e letters are placed in a ziploc bag on the top of our cards. C. Once the heroes are identified, have each child write down a series of 10 questions to ask them. These questions should cover the basic "who, what, when, where, why and how" and help explain why the interviewee is deemed a hero.
Ending with a quot; is nice, too. M. Each student will then read their articles silently and fact-check them against their notes for accuracy. Then they will bring the copy to you for editing.
You can start your letter Dear hero, To an American hero, or a variation or simply start with Hello! We use the term hero instead of soldier because then the letters can apply to any branch of the armed services.