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Publications IInterviewing a PeerYour assignment is to interview the person Mrs. Scott assigned you in class. Use thefollo...
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Icebreaker interviews

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Icebreaker interviews

  1. 1. Publications IInterviewing a PeerYour assignment is to interview the person Mrs. Scott assigned you in class. Use thefollowing steps as a guide: 1. Before you begin, spend 30 seconds observing the person. Take notes on what you see. 2. Decide if there is something specific you would like to know about the person (for example: what do they do over summer?) 3. Write down 7-10 open-ended questions in the space below that will help answer the specific topic you are interested in. 4. Once you have finished these steps take turns interviewing each other using the top 10 interviewing tips as a guide. 5. Good Luck!1-2-3-4-5-6-7-
  2. 2. Publications I8-9-10-Once your interview is completed, review the information you have collected.Are there any additional questions you need to ask to complete your story?Make sure you have all the information you need and then write a brief (150-300 word) story about the person you interviewed based on what you foundout. At this point DO NOT worry about using correct news style. We will get tothat later in the year.

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