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Conducting an Interview

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Yolanda Robles

on 19 August 2015

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Transcript of Conducting an Interview

Conducting an interview
Preparing an interview
1.
Establish your purpose
2.
Prepare the questions beforehand
3.
Prepare an opening speech in which you:
Introduce yourself
State the purpose of the interview
State the topics that will be addressed
Conducting an interview
1.
Establish rapport with the interviewee.
2.
Give your opening speech.
3.
Ask your open-ended questions (outline).
4.
Make a closing speech or remark.
5.
Thank your interviewee.

Activity!
Pair up with a classmate to conduct an interview on his/her approach to the English language (5-6 questions)
How was your approach to the English language?
Write an article based on your interview -rubric-.
By hand; proofread your paper before you turn it in.
Conducting an Interview
What’s the purpose of an interview?


Writing an article based on an interview
Purpose
To inform
Format
Eye-catching headline
Byline
Introduction
Body: Q&A format or paraphrase, including relevant quotes
Conclusion (optional)
Body & Conclusion
Ask one question at a time
Use
formal language
; avoid slang words and colloquialisms.
Address your interviewee in a
polite
and
respectful
way.
Formulate
short and clear questions
that aim the intended topics.
Prefer open-ended questions rather than yes-or-no questions (closed-ended questions).
Language style
Formal
Objective
Use 2-3 relevant direct quotes
Introduction
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