Dear Awesome Reader,
This week of the Teens Tell Their Story Project is going to be slightly different. You’re going to pair up with a fellow blogger and they will interview you on their blog, and you will interview them on your blog. You’re free to ask whatever, and however many questions you’d like.
But, it would be awesome if you could pair up with a blogger who lives in a completely different location to you as this enables you to ask questions about their culture and you can compare the differences between you both.
If you’re unsure as to who to pair up with, simply leave a comment below and I’ll find someone for you to interview! If you’re unsure as to how to interview one another, then you can use email, Twitter dms (which have proven to be very useful!) or another other form of social media.
As Sherina and I always like to give you an example post to get you thinking, I’m going to suggest a few questions which you are free to use in your interview! These would work best if, like I mentioned earlier, you paired up with a blogger in a different country. 🙂
If you had to describe your country in as little words as possible, what would you say?
For me, that would be easy; lots of hills, sheep and crazy weather. We don’t really have seasons in Wales! Actually, I think the majority of the UK can relate to that. 😉
What’s one thing you love about where you live, and one thing you hate?
I really love the fact that I’m able to walk down to the beach in a maximum of 10 minutes and relax, enjoying the sea breeze. However, I hate the fact that we have quite crazy weather. One day it’ll be glorious, then next could be cloudy and miserable. And this can happen at any time of the year.
What qualifications do you get in school?
In the UK, we have GCSEs which we do in year 10 and 11 (aged 14-16) and then, if you continue going to school, A Levels in year 12 and 13 (aged 16-18). Also, in Wales, Welsh has now become compulsory to do at a GCSE level. And personally, I don’t like Welsh as a language.
Anyway, I know this isn’t the case for many other countries so I think it would be interesting to read about the differences in school life and perhaps realise that we all have different school struggles!
Feel free to ask whatever questions you like; those questions are just a guide if you’re stuck! Perhaps I’ll be pinching a few of your questions for my Q & A that I’ll be doing on my YouTube channel soon! 😉
I hope you enjoy this challenge and I hope you make a friend along the way. ❤