This essay focuses on assignments that my classmates completed.. Please use all of the attachment to complete the assignment. Name of Graded Assignment: Interview an ESL Teacher OR an English Learner Course Outcome Fulfilled.
Please read the syllabus and follow the interview rubric. I attached the interview questions use can use for the interview. You can choose to interview an English leaner or teacher. I also attached examples of the assignments that my classmates completed. Please use all of the attachment to complete the assignment.
Name of Graded Assignment: Interview an ESL Teacher OR an English Learner Course Outcome Fulfilled. C1, C2, C3 Grading Value: 20% Class Session(s) Due: Session 9; 3/17/21 Assignment Description: You will be require to find an English learner to interview. In person, over the phone, or through e-mail. You will be responsible for coming up with your own questions although sample questions will be posted on Brightspace.
(minimum of 10 questions required) with their responses (3-5 pages double spaced). Also include a two page reflection on the information you learned and any possible connections to this course’s information. Grading Rubric: See Appendix A.
An interview is essentially a structured conversation where one participant asks questions, and the other provides answers. In common parlance, the word “interview” refers to a one-on-one conversation between an interviewer and an interviewee. The interviewer asks questions to which the interviewee responds, usually providing information. That information may be use or provide to other audiences immediately or later. This feature is common to many types of interviews – a job interview or interview with a witness to an event may have no other audience present at the time, but the answers will be later provided to others in the employment or investigative process. An interview may also transfer information in both directions.
Interviews usually take place face-to-face and in person but the parties may instead be separated geographically, as in videoconferencing or telephone interviews. Interviews almost always involve spoken conversation between two or more parties. In some instances a “conversation” can happen between two persons who type their questions and answers.
without predetermined plan or prearranged questions. One form of unstructured interview is a focused interview in which the interviewer consciously and consistently guides the conversation so that the interviewee’s responses do not stray from the main research topic or idea. Interviews can also be highly structured conversations in which specific questions occur in a specified order. They can follow diverse formats; for example, in a ladder interview, a respondent’s answers typically guide subsequent interviews, with the object being to explore a respondent’s subconscious motives. Typically the interviewer has some way of recording the information that is gleaned from the interviewee, often by keeping notes with a pencil and paper, or with a video or audio recorder. Interviews usually have a limited duration, with a beginning and an ending.