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1 LESSON Extending conversation 12
2 What neighborhood has the most memories for you? Summer camp? Where you used to live? Where you live now? A vacation spot? Where a relative lives?
3 Pick the neighborhood with the most memory potential. Make a map of your memories, using streets and landmarks. Try to show as many events as possible!
4 Don’t worry about scale. Or geographic accuracy—no one will be using this map for directions.
5 The most important thing about this Neighborhood Map is to jot down as many sharable memories as possible!
6 Pick the neighborhood with the most memory potential. Make a map of your memories, using streets and landmarks. Try to show as many events as possible!
7 Exchange maps with your partner. Study it carefully. Pick out a couple of memories you’d like to hear about. Think of the interview questions you will ask. Map
8 It’s time to interview your partner! Try to keep your interview focused on just one item from the map. Listen carefully and ask lots of open-ended follow-up questions.
9 Take turns interviewing each other.
10 Who had a partner with an interesting memory?
11 Thank your partner for sharing his/her memories with you.
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