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  1. Experiences of the Kokoda campaign Oral history task

  2. Task • Go to http://www.kokodawalkway.com.au/fs-interviews.html • Listen to one of the oral histories of George Fetterplace and Bill Napper • Complete the worksheet by answering the questions as fully as possible • Research terms and ideas contained in the recordings to add additional information to your answers • If you have time repeat the task for the second protagonist • Submit the work at the end of the lesson

  3. Authorship: Who is the narrator? What was his involvement in the events described? Evaluate whether he had a particular point-of-view? • Purpose: Why is he talking? Who is the interviewer? What are the circumstances of the interview? Do popular beliefs about the Kokoda influence the interview? • Subject: What is the protagonist describing? What is the plot underlying the account? List three places or things the author mentions. Is there anything he avoids or omits?. • Conclusion: How might an historian living today use this source? Write a one paragraph summation of this material OR an evaluation of what it tells us about the Kokoda campaign..

  4. Authorship: Who is the narrator? What was his involvement in the events described? Evaluate whether he had a particular point-of-view? • Purpose: Why is he talking? Who is the interviewer? What are the circumstances of the interview? Do popular beliefs about the Kokoda influence the interview? • Subject: What is the protagonist describing? What is the plot underlying the account? List three places or things the author mentions. Is there anything he avoids or omits?. • Conclusion: How might an historian living today use this source? Write a one paragraph summation of this material OR an evaluation of what it tells us about the Kokoda campaign..