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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
My students are required to work on a career research paper during their junior English semester. The requirements include filling out an application, interviewing parents, taking the ASVAB, completin...
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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
I set up mock interviews with business owners in our community. I provide the business people with a copy of possible interview questions, the evaluating forms and a stamped self-addressed envelope in...
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Practice Interviews
We give students the opportunity to experience a formal interview. Faculty and peers interview students interested in becoming a peer leader, asking about their strengths, weaknesses, and reasons for ...
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Start a School Newspaper for Younger Students
If you work in a combined middle school and high school, you might be looking for ways to reach out to younger students. Here’s an idea: start a school newspaper. If you already have a school newspape...
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Student Stories
I help parents connect with their child's school experience by having the students do reports on themselves called, IT'S MY STORY AND I'M STICKING TO IT. The students are required to write their favor...
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