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Interview

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This was my report in ENGL 1 (Study and Thinking Skills) subject.

This was my report in ENGL 1 (Study and Thinking Skills) subject.

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  • 1. • Informal, conversational interview• General interview guide approach• Standardized, open-ended interview• Closed, fixed response interview
  • 2. • interviewee –giver• Interviewer -receiver
  • 3. • Thematizing• Designing• Transcribing• Analyzing• Verifying• Reporting
  • 4. Interviewing Techniques and Tips• TIP 1: Interview for as many jobs as you can.• TIP 2: Develop a compelling story.• TIP 3: Tailor your story to the job.• TIP 4: Be prepared.• TIP 5: Anticipate likely questions.• TIP 6: Ask questions during the interview• TIP 7: Focus on commonalities.
  • 5. • Structured interview• Unstructuredinterview• Group interview• Exit interview• Depth interview• Stress interview• Individual interview• Informal interview• Formal interview• Panel interview• Telephone interview• Task oriented orTesting interview
  • 6. 1. Primary questions2. Follow – up questions3. Open questions4. Closed questions5. Leading questions6. Neutral questions
  • 7. 3 Parts of an InterviewA. Introduction- establishing rapport/ tone of relationship between youas the interviewer and intervieweeB. Body- longest part  main discussion- questions must be organized in programmedsequence- explain the purpose of the interview and informationA. Conclusion- elicits main points discussed and summarized

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