You Need To Conduct A 30-Minute Interview With A Student Who Has Suddenly Had A Dramatic Decline In Her Grades.

You Need To Conduct A 30-Minute Interview With A Student Who Has Suddenly Had A Dramatic Decline In Her Grades.

You Need To Conduct A 30-Minute Interview With A Student Who Has Suddenly Had A Dramatic Decline In Her Grades.

Assume you are employed as a counselor at your local high school. You need to conduct a 30-minute interview with a student who has suddenly had a dramatic decline in her grades. Prior to conducting any interview, it is extremely important to plan its structure, the type of information you hope to acquire, the timing and sequencing of the interview, and the types of questions you might want to ask. To prepare for the interview, analyze the structure of the interview and present a summary including the following reasons for your choices

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  • ·         Described a clear purpose for the interview.
  • ·         Identified and justified topics to be covered in the interview and the sequence in which they will be covered.
  • ·         Provided examples of at least 10 questions that could be used and explained why these questions were selected.
  • ·         Described appropriate opening techniques for building rapport that reflected understanding of a specific interview setting.
  • ·         Discussed and explained what types of questions should be avoided in this example interview.
·         Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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