You must write a rough copy of the responses or record the answers first. Then neatly write on another sheet of paper in blue/black pen or pencil or type your final responses to be turned in on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015.
REGS counts! Always proofread your work prior to handing it in.
Questions for interview:
1. Where were you when the attacks occurred?
2. How did you find out about the attacks?
What were your first feelings/emotions when you heard about the attacks?
3. Did you know anyone in the Towers, Pentagon or one of the planes? If yes, did they survive? OR Do you know anyone who knew of anyone in the Towers, Pentagon, or on any of the planes? Explain who and what happened to them.
4. Have you visited Ground Zero? If yes, how did you feel when you went? OR If not, how do you feel about the idea of rebuilding the towers?
5. Do you “relive” the feelings you felt when the attack actually happened when you see videos or read articles? Explain how it makes you feel.
6. How did the nation and its leaders come together in the days following September 11?
7. What role do you think that passengers, airlines, airport authorities and other officials should play in air travel security? In your opinion, what, if anything else, should be done to promote secure air travel?
8. What aspects of American life do you think were changed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks?
9. What are your thoughts and feelings toward the killing of Osama Bin Laden? Why do you feel this way? Explain.
10. In your opinion, are there any lessons to be learned from what happened on September 11, 2001? Explain.