UNIT 5 - Interview #1 and #2

UNIT 5 - The "INTERVIEW"
20 pts for the interview / taking notes / sharing out
This is an in-class assignment and the student must be present to participate

Interview #1 - Classmate
Objective: To hold interviews of a classmate, recording the details of the interviews and from the information gathered. Then the student is to share out to the class.

**We should learn something new about this person we don't already know from the Impromptu Unit.

Instructions

Interview your partner.

Ask questions that you think will result in interesting answers that you can use in your speech to captivate to your audience.



Take notes throughout the interview to refer back to later.




Dig deeper:
  • Ask about hobbies
  • about what he/she values in life
  • You can also ask if he/she has a favorite quote or motto*
*which can serve as a great introduction or ending to your speech.

Review your notes after the interview and choose which information to share out


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INTERVIEW #2 
"Favorite person I could find in the Building"

Objective: To be able to generate questions for an interview with a person found available in the building.
Activity: Preparing loose questions 
Write three possible questions that would work for the person you hope to find
1.) Go out into the school and find a subject
2.) Adjust the questions if needed.
3.) Record the details of the interview from the info gathered 
4.) Share out to the class what you learned that holds value to everyone in the room.

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Rubric/ Proficiency Scale


Learning Goal: Students will know how to generate proper questions for a peer interview, an adult and an interview with a stranger.

Proficiency scale for INTERVIEW Speaking

(A+) – student innately prepares a speech with minimal prep time that contains a solid path and message for the intended audience. The student also is able to effectively engage the whole audience with excellence in audience scanning and eye contact. Student has an excellent level of volume and speaks with extreme clarity.

(A- and B+) -  student is able to prepare a speech with minimal prep time that contains a path and message for the audience. The student also is able to engage the whole audience with some audience scanning and eye contact. Student has a proficient level of volume and speaks with clarity.

(B and C+) - student is able to prepare a speech with some assistance and with minimal prep time that contains a message for the audience. The student engages the audience with some eye contact. Student has an audible level of volume and some clarity.

(C and D) - student is partially able to prepare a speech with assistance and the speech contains little or no diserable message. With some help the student engages the audience, but has trouble with some eye contact. Student, at times has an audible level of volume but lacks clarity.


(F) – Student can not complete the assignment, even with assistance.

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