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Teaching Tips: Interviews

These sites focus on interviews which relate to information gathering. There are sites about interviewing skills, interview processes, and interview questions. A lesson plan and an online exercise are included. There is a link to eThemes Resource on Interviewing Senior Citizens and Grandparents.


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Lesson plan to conduct a census in your classroom. Goes from conducting interviews to charts and graphs to show the information you gather.
Students interview their parents on the use of Math in daily life. Includes interview questions and examples of results of interviews.
Tips for how to give an interview.
This site has information about how to conduct and prepare for an interview. Different types of interview questions are included.
This site focuses on several aspects of interview questions. Click the "Application 4" button at the end of a page to test your understanding about the topics.
This site provides three basic questions that help guide you in forming interview questions.
Read suggestions about how to ask good open-ended questions. The example questions are based on interviewing artists.
This site provides information for job interviews related to commonly asked questions, mock interviews, and how to dress.
Learn the guidelines in developing good interviews. An example of a consent form is included.
These sites include sample questions for interviewing senior citizens, the elderly, and grandparents. There are also sites about Grandparents' Day, and collecting the life stories of others. There are links to eThemes Resource on grandparents, Grandparents Day, and aging.

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