Presentation on theme: "Reporting Module 9: Test Review. Guidelines for Good Reporting at an Event…. Attend the event Arrive early and stay late Observe how others are acting."— Presentation transcript:
Guidelines for Good Reporting at an Event…. Attend the event Arrive early and stay late Observe how others are acting and reacting Note the details Interview participants and observers
Types of Interview Statements Closed-ended questions are the best interviewing technique. In polls and surveys, multiple choice questions are the best style of question to use. Reporters should do library and Internet research after their interviews. Background research helps the reporter ask better questions. Reporters who listen well don’t need interview notes.
The Five W’s and H who: what: when: where: why: how:
Types of Questions… Multiple choice-polls and surveys Follow-up- questions that surface when a person says something unexpected Close-ended- yes or no questions Rating- use a number scale for answers Open-ended- questions that lead source to talk, to expand