Form a team, talk to 10 people (just a suggestion, you can talk to more people too), find out what heritage means to them and collect their responses.
Q. How big should your team be?
A. At least 2 in each team. Larger teams are ok too.
Q. Who can be part of your team?
Can you convince your entire class to join in, that is ok too! Just make sure to add their photo, mention and thank them in your article.
Q. Who should you talk to?
A. Try a diverse sample of people – fellow students, your teachers, working professionals, retirees, anyone who can bring a different perspective. Go to a mall, stop someone on the street, anyone.
Q. What kind of questions should you ask?
A. Before asking questions, request for a few minutes of a person’s time and explain what you are doing and why. Tell them that you are part of a project which is trying to make heritage fun and their perspective can help it. A few questions (only suggestions, not mandatory) –
Q. How do I collect responses and submit this task?