Use these examples of projects created by students and tweets from teachers to inspire interview projects in your classroom.
Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into the curriculum.
These interviews with animals, historic figures, planets and more were created by students using Wixie.
In this example, a student has created an interview with Brian from Gary Paulson's Hatchet to explore his experience on his own the Canadian wilderness.
In this example, students interviews a historic figure to share information about the time they lived, their actions at that time, and the impact on life today
Students interview animals to demonstrate knowledge of animal characteristics, diet, and more.
Students interview an artifact, or local monument, to discuss its experience during an historical period.
Students interview a hero in their family or community or even a hero from history and create media to share the story of their heroic actions with the world.
We used Wixie to interview the Gingerbread man about his time loose in the school! This was a priceless rendition of when he sees the missing posters!! pic.twitter.com/sCvQMllJjh— Mrs. Fredrikson (@mrsfredrikson) December 19, 2019
Students are exploring their unique identities and demonstrating they understand open and closed questioning by interviewing each other on #Wixie. #UniqueYou @BCPSLMP #bcpslms @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/8TTjOcHzRJ— TimoniumESLibrary ?? (@TimoniumES_lib) December 20, 2019
Third graders learned about open and closed questions last week. Now they are using that knowledge to create open and closed interview questions. They will use #Wixie to record their interviews! #Bcpslms #slm18 @BCPSLMP @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/uHvprhPhvg— TimoniumESLibrary (@TimoniumES_lib) April 3, 2018