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1  1. Look at the questions you’ve developed for your role model pick the top 8 questions that you want to practice. (If you are not prepared, use this time to write down these questions)  2. Write down the steps that YOU will take to have conduct a good interview. Start with: 1. shaking the interviewee’s hand…..  1. Find your seat number  2. Sit down  3. Quietly Get started in your notebook.  4. You will have five minutes to finish it C: C: There should be no conversation. You may ask your neighbor for a pen or pencil if needed. H: H: To get help raise your hand A: A: Finish the worksheet at your desk in five minutes M: Movement : M: Movement : You should stay in your seat P: P: Are you participating? You are working on your worksheet S: S: Do all the things above and you will be successful

2 Wonderful Wednesday Creating the Solution/ Evaluation

3  Do Now (5)  Agenda (2)  Videos Pick the good and bad qualities. (10 minutes)  Role Playing (30 Minutes)  Reflection. (5 minutes)  +  +++ MondayTuesdayWednesda y ThursdayFriday What’s A Good Interview? Questions? Good Interview? Questions? Good Listening Skills MOCK INTERVIEW S. College Research

4  Purpose: To examine an interview and pick out the good skills and the skills that may need some work.  Write down three things that Will Smith did Well in this interview  Write down three things that Will Smith did not do well in this interview.


6  Your Product: is your interviewing skills and the questions that you’ve asked.  Your Evaluation: The evaluation you are doing of the other person weather they are the interviewers or interviewees.  During this process look for ways to improve your questions, listening skills and body language.

7  G: Your goal is to show off your interviewing skills interviewing someone important.  R: Your role is an actor on a job interview  A: Your audience is someone you want to impress and get information from.  S: Situation you are on television showing off your interview skill interviewing someone important.  P: Performance: following all the skills we’ve talked about this week.

8  Role Playing  Interviewer (Window)/Interviewee (Wall) Lights on: Interview Lights off: 2 Glows and 2 Grows for that person.  SWITCH!! Lights on: Interview Lights off:2 glows and 2 grows.  SWITCH! Lights on: Interview Lights off: 2 glows and 2 grows


10  Partner work: voices at a level 1  Stay in your seat 100% of the time.  Need help? Ask NOW or raise your hand during the role play.  Be positive, remember we are team, we want everyone to get better  Be a leader!

11  Design Cycle:  What two steps of the design cycle did we work on in class today?  Provide some EVIDENCE “THINGS YOU DID, SAID, OR LEARNED” during each part of the design cycle. Be specific  Fill in your leadership tracker before leaving the room.

12 Clip of interview. Take what they say and lead into another question. Body Language.

13  Find a partner  One partner will be A and one will be 1  In your seats 100% of the time. Properly introduce your selves : shake their hands. When I say Go! Interview your partner! When done both partners should hold their hands in the air! And wait at a level 0.

14  Partner A will ask what is your favorite class in school?  Partner 1 will respond. Math is my favorite class in school.  Partner A will then ask: Oh Really Math? I also like math. Why do you like math?  Partner 1 will respond. I like math because the numbers seem to make sense.  After reading this scenario give me a raised hand. You and your partner should be silent.

15  Partner 1 will ask partner A: What makes you a good leader?  Partner A will respond: I am a good leader because I always take charge.  Partner 1 will build off that response by saying: That’s great! Can you give me an example of one time you have taken charge?  Partner A will respond: Yes! When I was the leader of a lab team in biology and my team was confused by the lab, I got a text book and looked up the answer.

16  Use these two prompts and in your notebooks write down how you are listening and rephrasing.  Each partner should ask 1 question to the other.  1. Who is your role model?  2. Where do you want to go to college?

17  Two Things need to be completed and Checked by me by the END of class.  1. Your list of interview questions.  Remember you need to have two types of interview questions each.  2. Your two potential role models and letters to them.

18  Working on our own. Level 1 talking if necessary  No cell phones  In your seat 100% of the time  Need help? Give me a raised hand.

19  Go Over.  Highlight the things that are necessary

20  Share with a neighbor

21 For your interview you need to have two of each.

22  Straight forward answers based on obvious facts  Lowest level of thinking  Example:  What college did you go to?  What’s your favorite color? Write One factual question of your own.

23  These types of questions ask someone to remember something that they already know.  Reflect over the entirety of the play Romeo and Juliet what were the main reasons they committed suicide?  What are your three top favorite memories from college?

24  These are questions that allow the thinker to create answers or scenarios.  If you were to have chosen not to go to college what do you think your life would have been like?  If you had chosen not to do well in high school what do you think your life would be like?

25  These are questions that ask the person to evaluate several different answers.  For Example: Why and How should I go to college and be successful?  What are the similarities and differences between you and your peers?

26  These are questions that blend any combination of the above.  What was your favorite college memory and why was it better than the rest? ( convergent and evaluative)

27  Write an example of each one in your notebook and ask a friend what the questions.  See if they can guess which question is which type.

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