2 Develop open-ended questions Interview another student Tasks:Develop open-ended questionsInterview another studentWrite a biographic profile2-3 paragraphs, Typed, Double-SpacedDue: Tuesday 9/4
3 Focus Skills:Understanding Open-Ended QuestionsCreating a Good “Lead”Writing Varied Conclusions
4 Good Writing All good writing has Purpose (reason for writing) and an Audience (intended readers)
5 Purpose: Introduce a student Audience: teachers, classmates.
6 Interview & Research Skills: Open-ended Question:question designed to produce a free response rather than a direct, or one-word response.Examples-Closed: How old are you?Open: What makes a person “mature”?
7 Open-ended Questions Four of these interview items are close-ended, and four are open-ended.Make two columns on your paper and copy the item down into the correct column.
9 Close-ended vs. Open-ended Describe your dream job.Do you have a most embarrassing memory?What was a moment that changed your life?What is your favorite subject?Do you play a sport?Tell me about your favorite trip.How many siblings do you have?What is something unusual about your family?
10 1. Describe your dream job. Open-ended2. Do you have a most embarrassing memory?Closed3. What was a moment that changed your life?Open4. What is your favorite subject?5. Do you play a sport?6. Tell me about your favorite trip.7. How many siblings do you have?8. What is something unusual about your family?
11 Choose two of the close-ended questions and re-write as open-ended questions.###
13 In your own wordsWhat’s the difference between a close-ended and open-ended question?Think about it…what questions can you ask tomorrow for a good interview?
14 Student’s Questions Do we have to ask each other the same questions? Do all the questions have to be open-ended?Do we have to write about every question we asked?Can we start our writing already?Does it have to be typed?
15 Now you are ready to develop interview questions. Next Skill: Good Intros and Conclusions…
16 In your own words Now you are ready to develop interview questions. Next Skill: Good Intros and Conclusions…
17 Review # 1. All writing has A. An__________________ and B. A __________________Hint: NOT “Introduction” & “Conclusion”
18 Sports interview example Open-ended questionsSports interview exampleClosed: “Are you excited about the championship?”Open: “What did it take to finally make it to the championship?”
19 General interview example Open-ended questionsGeneral interview exampleClosed: “Who will you vote for this in election?”Open: “What do you think about the two candidates in this election?”
20 Day 2 ReviewClose-ended: How many students are in Grove-City High School?Open-ended: How does the number of students in a school affect learning?# 2. What is the difference between a close-ended and open-ended question? (Full Sentence)
21 Open-ended ResearchOpen-ended research questions produce more interesting results.ExampleTopic: Cars and the environmentClose-Ended: How much pollution is caused by cars?Open-Ended: What are many possible solutions to car pollution?
22 Open-ended for Research Choose 1 of these topics and write an open ended research question:The financial costs of space travelDrugs and crimeEducation in other countriesOthers?
23 Remember to use follow-up questions. Interview QuestionsQuestions:Where do you see yourself (5yrs/10yrs)?Describe family’s culture.Explain family situation/relationships.*Who do you admire (Why?)*Explain what you want to be when older.Who/what inspires you?Remember to use follow-up questions.
24 First name that comes first alphabetically Asks questions First Ex: Aaron asks Zeke first