Student Sample: How to conduct a successful interview. - Section 1: Entrance Ticket: In your mind, what are the tricks to conducting a successful interview?

  Student Sample: How to conduct a successful interview.
  Student Sample: How to conduct a successful interview.
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Interview: LIVE!

Unit 5: Extra, Extra, Read all about it!
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: Students will discuss what makes a great interview and listen to a model interview, conducted live.

Big Idea: How can I conduct an entertaining, informative interview? Students will discuss interview techniques.

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