Presentation on theme: " 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."— Presentation transcript:
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
Wonderful Wednesday Creating the Solution/ Evaluation
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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!
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.
Clip of interview. Take what they say and lead into another question. Body Language.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Go Over. Highlight the things that are necessary
For your interview you need to have two of each.
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.
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?
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?
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?
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)
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.