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Interview Topics, Sample Questions, and Due Dates
Introductory Interview (could refer to chapters 1 and 2 – or not)
Name (could be an alias)
Birthdate (month, day, year)
How you know this person
How interviews will be conducted (in person, video chat, F2F, email, text, combination of these and others)
To get to know the person, you could discuss:
When and where were you born?
What are your best/worst memories of growing up?
How do you celebrate birthdays, now or when growing up? Has that changed?
How do you currently spend your time? (ie, describe a typical week’s worth of events/activities)
Any other topics to get to know the person, find similarities/differences between your life experiences and theirs
What do I submit to the assignment folder?
Word documents should be submitted to the assignment folder, and those word documents should contain the details of what you learned in the interview for that topic. Grading will be based on the amount of detail provided. See recommended page limits below. All documents will be submitted to Turnitin.com and students should pay careful attention to the originality scores. All interviews should be your own, original work, quoting your interviewee, as needed.
The document submitted could contain:
2-4 doublespaced pages of a paper summarizing what you learned in the interview, including quotations from the person; OR
2-4 doublespaced pages of a transcriipt of the interview itself; OR
2-4 doublespaced pages of notes you took during the interview
Basically, there is flexibility in how you conduct these interviews, what questions you ask, and how you ask them. The “interview submissions” should be detailed information about what you learned from this person. If they are too short (one page or less), you will not have enough information to complete the final paper or presentation. Since the final paper or presentation will be connecting these interviews to the terminology and research discussed in the textbook and course materials, it would be a great idea to begin those connections when you post information about each interview. This is not, however, required until the final paper or presentation. Each interview submission is worth 10 points; the lowest interview score will be dropped.
Important Comments from Dr. Jaye https://youtu.be/YY3erlCcOcY
Make sure to watch video person must be 25 years younger or 25 years older to interview. My age is around late 20’s.