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UNIT FOUR
Special Education
Speaking
We are going to watch a video clip.
Tell me what the teacher and student is doing.
??
?
What is an interview?
An interview is a conversation
between two or more people
where questions are asked by
the interview...
Interviewer
- a person who asks, takes down important
notes and information from the person being
interviewed
Interviewee
...
interviewer interviewee
-a person who
asks, takes down
important notes
and information
from the person
being
interviewed
-...
WH-questions
Now, we will have an actual interview!
You may ask me anything about myself. I
am going to be the interviewee and you
are ...
Task 1. The questions in the following interview have
been left out. Fill in the blanks with the right question.
1. What w...
Interviewer: (A) _________________________________________
Hanh : I went to Long Bien Lower-secondary School in Gia Lam,
H...
Interviewer : (E)_______________________________________
Hanh : It’s different with every teacher. Some liked to give a lo...
Interviewer: (A) Which lower-secondary school did you go to?
Hanh : I went to Long Bien Lower-secondary School in Gia Lam,...
INTERVIEW. . .
Elsa, an elementary pupil asks a Grade 10 High School student of Tra Vinh
University Laboratory School abou...
Time is up!
How important is asking correct
questions in order to get correct
answers?
It is important to ask correct questions to the
interviewee in order to get the right information
we need. When we happen ...
Tieng Anh Grade 8 (UNIT FOUR)  speaking
Tieng Anh Grade 8 (UNIT FOUR)  speaking
Tieng Anh Grade 8 (UNIT FOUR)  speaking
Tieng Anh Grade 8 (UNIT FOUR)  speaking
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Tieng Anh Grade 8 (UNIT FOUR) speaking

  1. 1. UNIT FOUR Special Education Speaking
  2. 2. We are going to watch a video clip. Tell me what the teacher and student is doing.
  3. 3. ?? ?
  4. 4. What is an interview? An interview is a conversation between two or more people where questions are asked by the interviewer to get facts or statements from the interviewee.
  5. 5. Interviewer - a person who asks, takes down important notes and information from the person being interviewed Interviewee - a person who is interviewed, answers the questions asked by the interviewer
  6. 6. interviewer interviewee -a person who asks, takes down important notes and information from the person being interviewed -a person who is inter viewed, answers the questions asked by the interviewer
  7. 7. WH-questions
  8. 8. Now, we will have an actual interview! You may ask me anything about myself. I am going to be the interviewee and you are the interviewers. 
  9. 9. Task 1. The questions in the following interview have been left out. Fill in the blanks with the right question. 1. What were your subjects then? 2. What was your timetable? 3. What about homework? 4. Which lower-secondary school did you go to? 5. What part of school life didn’t you like then? 6. Can you tell me about the tests and examinations at your school then? 7. What did you like best about your school then?
  10. 10. Interviewer: (A) _________________________________________ Hanh : I went to Long Bien Lower-secondary School in Gia Lam, Hanoi. Interviewer: (B) _________________________________________ Hanh : My subjects were Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Biology, History, Geography, English, Information Technology and Physical Education. Interviewer: (C) _________________________________________ Hanh : Well, I went to school in the morning and I often had five classes. Interviewer:(D) _________________________________________ Hanh : Well, we had different kinds of tests, you know. Oral tests, fifteen-minute tests, forty-five minute tests and the final examination at the end of the semester. Which lower-secondary school did you go to? What were your subjects then? What was your timetable? Can you tell me about the tests and examinations at your school then?
  11. 11. Interviewer : (E)_______________________________________ Hanh : It’s different with every teacher. Some liked to give a lot of homework and others didn’t. Interviewer : (F) ______________________________________ Hanh : To be honest, I liked my school a lot but if I could change one thing, it would be the breaks between the classes. They were too short. Interviewer : (G) ______________________________________ Hanh : I liked everything in my school, you know. Well, of course, not the breaks as I’ve said. I liked my teachers, my friends and the different activities at school then. What about homework? What part of school life didn’t you like then? What did you like best about your school then?
  12. 12. Interviewer: (A) Which lower-secondary school did you go to? Hanh : I went to Long Bien Lower-secondary School in Gia Lam, Hanoi. Interviewer: (B) What were your subjects then? Hanh : My subjects were Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Biology, History, Geography, English, Information Technology and Physical Education. Interviewer: (C) What was your timetable? Hanh : Well, I went to school in the morning and I often had five classes. Interviewer:(D) Can you tell me about the tests and examinations at your school then? Hanh : Well, we had different kinds of tests, you know. Oral tests, fifteen-minute tests, forty-five minute tests and the final examination at the end of the semester. Interviewer : (E) What about homework? Hanh : It’s different with every teacher. Some liked to give a lot of homework and others didn’t. Interviewer : (F) What part of school life didn’t you like then? Hanh : To be honest, I liked my school a lot but if I could change one thing, it would be the breaks between the classes. They were too short. Interviewer : (G) What did you like best about your school then? Hanh : I liked everything in my school, you know. Well, of course, not the breaks as I’ve said. I liked my teachers, my friends and the different activities at school then.
  13. 13. INTERVIEW. . . Elsa, an elementary pupil asks a Grade 10 High School student of Tra Vinh University Laboratory School about his school. Her questions are: a. What is your name? b. What is the name of your school? c. What grade are you in? d. What time does your class start? What time does it end? e. How many subjects do you have in your school? What are your subjects? f. What sports do you play at school? g. What do you like best about your school? h. Is there something you don’t like at your school?
  14. 14. Time is up!
  15. 15. How important is asking correct questions in order to get correct answers?
  16. 16. It is important to ask correct questions to the interviewee in order to get the right information we need. When we happen to ask wrong questions, the interviewee might be confused and might give incorrect information instead.

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