• Informal, conversational interview• General interview guide approach• Standardized, open-ended interview• Closed, fixed ...
• interviewee –giver• Interviewer -receiver
• Thematizing• Designing• Transcribing• Analyzing• Verifying• Reporting
Interviewing Techniques and Tips• TIP 1: Interview for as many jobs as you can.• TIP 2: Develop a compelling story.• TIP 3...
• Structured interview• Unstructuredinterview• Group interview• Exit interview• Depth interview• Stress interview• Individ...
1. Primary questions2. Follow – up questions3. Open questions4. Closed questions5. Leading questions6. Neutral questions
3 Parts of an InterviewA. Introduction- establishing rapport/ tone of relationship between youas the interviewer and inter...
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This was my report in ENGL 1 (Study and Thinking Skills) subject.

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  1. 1. • Informal, conversational interview• General interview guide approach• Standardized, open-ended interview• Closed, fixed response interview
  2. 2. • interviewee –giver• Interviewer -receiver
  3. 3. • Thematizing• Designing• Transcribing• Analyzing• Verifying• Reporting
  4. 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. 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. 6. 1. Primary questions2. Follow – up questions3. Open questions4. Closed questions5. Leading questions6. Neutral questions
  7. 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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