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Can We Talk?
Ms. Parson’s students interview each other on the first day of school. Her unique twist on a familiar assignment illustrates a great way to of pairing students together and produces creative decorations for her bulletin board.
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Career Research Project
Being prepared to go out into the job market is an invalable skill for high school students. Ms. Jeffress has a tip that's actaully reauried in her school. Read about it and see it it can work at yours!
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Feature Stories
Mr. Whary’s unit on feature writing includes interviewing activities: a short, warm up activity in which student practice interviewing before moving on to longer, more substantive interviews.
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Interview Skills
This fun, skill-intensive project focuses on interviewing and presentation skills, and will help students stay engaged and focused as spring fever starts to kick in. Everyone gets involved – no slackers allowed!
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Job Interviews
Ms. Rucker sets up mock interviews with business owners in her community. Her high school students learn what it takes to get a job, and some actaully get hired! Read more about her tip, here.
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Practice Interviews
Ms. Hanselman's school goes the extra mile in preparing students for the real world. Read about their programs that introduce students to job, college, and other formal interviews. This process starts with preparation and all students receive feedback.
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Start a School Newspaper for Younger Students
Mr. Tozier worked in a combined middle school and high school and found a great way to reach younger students: started a school newspaper! The 7th and 8th graders feel like they matter, too - and who doesn't like to see his or her name in print?
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Student Stories
Here's a neat way to help parents connect with their child's school experience. Ms. Fielder has her students involve family members in a writing assignment that works for her!
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