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How to Conduct an Interview

How to Conduct an InterviewBy Aaron Hansen

1. Decide on the Purpose

For the purpose of this assignment, you will be asked to interview someone about immigrating to Canada.2

1. Decide on the PurposeConsider these questions when choosing a topic:

For the purpose of this assignment, you will be asked to interview someone about immigrating to Canada.3

1. Decide on the PurposeConsider these questions when choosing a topic:What is the assignment asking?

For the purpose of this assignment, you will be asked to interview someone about immigrating to Canada.4

1. Decide on the PurposeConsider these questions when choosing a topic:What is the assignment asking?What do I want (or need) to learn?

For the purpose of this assignment, you will be asked to interview someone about immigrating to Canada.5

2. Brainstorm Possible Questions

An effective and interesting question should start with: In what ways How Why What is there about How do you knowYou can also start your questions with verbs such as: rank, judge, rate, evaluate, decide, critique, assess, defend, recommend, conclude6

2. Brainstorm Possible QuestionsList all possible questions that you can think of that are related to your topic.

An effective and interesting question should start with: In what ways How Why What is there about How do you knowYou can also start your questions with verbs such as: rank, judge, rate, evaluate, decide, critique, assess, defend, recommend, conclude7

3. Develop and order for presenting the questions

When listening to an interview, it is important 8

3. Develop and order for presenting the questionsPlace the questions in an order that allows for a conversation

When listening to an interview, it is important 9

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interview

Front end analysis10

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?

Front end analysis11

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?Choose a location that is:

Front end analysis12

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?Choose a location that is:Quiet

Front end analysis13

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?Choose a location that is:QuietNot too distracting

Front end analysis14

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?Choose a location that is:QuietNot too distractingWill the interviewee require anything?

Front end analysis15

4. Assess what you will need to do in preparation for the interviewWhere will it be?Choose a location that is:QuietNot too distractingWill the interviewee require anything?What supplies will you need?

Front end analysis16

5. Analyze the Data

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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5. Analyze the DataDecide:

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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5. Analyze the DataDecide:What to keep

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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5. Analyze the DataDecide:What to keep What to edit

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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5. Analyze the DataDecide:What to keep What to editWhat to throw away

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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5. Analyze the DataDecide:What to keep What to editWhat to throw awayHow to rearrange questions and answers

Whether writing or recording, you can always change the order of questions in order to make the interview more of

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6. Publish Your Interview

6. Publish Your InterviewWe will talk about publishing interviews in class. For now, your job is to actually interview someone.

Create!