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Unformatted text preview: Ethnographic Worksheet This worksheet is intended to help you get to know another person in class and to learn interviewing technique. It will not be used in any data collection studies and it will be returned to your subject after it is graded. The questions with stars are required. Otherwise, you and your subject can choose which questions you want to answer. Be sensitive to questions which are uncomfortable to your subject. Concentrate on questions that they want to talk about. Try to choose questions that will give the reader a balanced picture of the other person. You may take notes on this form and type up the results for submission. The grading rubric for this exercise is available on the class website. Your answers should be complete short answers (i.e. expressed in sentence form and grammatically expressed) or short essays. You may download this worksheet in Microsoft Word Format and insert your answers after each question. The total volume of your questions and answers should be at least 800 words. Do not forget to include your name and your subject’s name on your paper. *1. How old are you? ____________________________________________________ *2. Where were your parents born? ______________________________________________________________________ *3. Where were you born? ______________________________________________________________________ *4. What is the first language you spoke? ______________________________________________________________________ 5. If you speak more than one language, when did you learn the second language? Are you fluent in the second language? ______________________________________________________________________ 6. Do you consider yourself to have had a happy childhood? Describe a happy and/ or sad memory of childhood. 1 ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________...
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