Imagine you are John Curtin’s son. You are being interviewed on radio about your father’s sporting interests. Make up a series of questions for the interviewer to ask you, making use of the information available in the online publication. The interview should focus on one of the following sports:
If you are doing this activity at school, choose a friend to help act out your interview for the class.
Here's one way you might begin an interview about football:
Radio announcer: Welcome to the Sports Factor. Our guest today is the son our wartime Prime Minister John Curtin. Thank you for joining us today, John. I believe your father had a great interest in football. Did he actually play football himself?
John Curtin (junior): Well, yes he did. He absolutely loved to play the game. He played junior football and eventually was good enough to play first grade for the Brunswick Club, which of course was part of the Victorian Football Club. A couple of members of his team actually went on to play in the VFL so you can see he was in pretty good company.
Radio Announcer: What position did he play? ......
CHECK OUT THESE 3 SAMPLE INTERVIEWS TO COMPARE WITH YOUR INTERVIEW OR FOR MORE IDEAS IF YOU WISH.