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    Interview Questions Assessment Bus 4045 3/4/2015 Samantha Rudisill   Questions that are pretty basic and straightforward are called rapport-building questions. They are questions that you do not have to over complicate. These are questions that create positive feelings and positive emotional reactions with people. These interview questions are designed to ease the candidate into the interview and reduce the amount of stress the candidate feels during the process. An example of a rapport-building

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    I decided to interview our Costa Rican tour guide Victor. Some of the undergraduate students and I got an opportunity to talk to Victor about some of his travels and his life. The following interview questions focus on Victor’s life, his family, and his beliefs. Q: Where was the person born and what is their citizen status? A: Victor is a legal citizen, and he was born in the city of Puntarenas, which is located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. He has lived in Costa Rica for most of his life

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    has found that interviews are more valid if questions are based on job analysis, specific where situational job related questions are used. Approximately 70% of the interviewer’s questions should be competency based and should focus on tangible instructional skills, professional knowledge, classroom behavior and interpersonal skills. (Schumacher, 2015 p.139) Behavioral based interview (BBI) questions are used to determine if the candidate has experience with the topic of the question and can perform

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    For the student interview, I interviewed a 9th-grade boy and used the Algebra Interview questions. When we started the interview the boy was very apprehensive. I assured him it was not a test, and not much writing was required. He slowly started to relax. I read the first question (1a) out loud and had barely finished when he gave me the answer. His mental math was in high gear despite his initial apprehension. I proceeded to the next question (1b) with the same result. He provided an answer quickly

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    In this interview paper there will be five questions asked in four categories, Professionalism, Technical Skills, Team Work and, Communication The technologist I chose means a great deal to me. Spending time with this person has really influenced my perspective on things inside and outside of the clinical-site. I really owe her a lot, if it wasn’t for her pushing me past my limit, I wouldn’t know what I know today. For forty some years she has worked hard, giving her all every day. She worked as

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    I conducted an interview with a friend of mine to help my journalism class to create ideas for this year yearbook. My interviewee name is Xitlalic Salazar. She is a 10th grader at MAST @ Homestead. The interview took place in the school cafeteria on August 28, 2015. I mainly focus on asking her questions about how the yearbook should look inside and outside and the price of it. The first couples of questions I ask her were about the yearbook itself. I question her about her favorite and least

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    My interviews were conducted in three different locations and privately to ensure that all interviewees would feel comfortable. Each participant was asked the same question, which will be attached to show the format. I will first start with Interviewee one, a Haitian American Woman she will be called Participant A. Her answers were completely free and not at all coerced. The setting was relaxed and almost friendly. Her response to the first question was as a little child she expected that she would

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    Introduction The interview process is the gateway to basically fill a position from a company. The function of an interview is to assess candidate’s skills to pertinent questions that are necessary to fill in the needs of an organization. Fact of the matter is, structuring an effective and efficient interview process is not really basic, for it entails ethical, legal and moral considerations with each question asked. Since we would cover up ten questions in this elective, the two criteria’s that

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    to see what positons were held and are used to review the QSEK. This assignment contains two sections first this is my personal job search, building of a resumes and the second section contains developing an interview questions and how the interview questions applies in a real-life interview. Building a Resume I am seeking my Master’s degree in Management and for this assignment; I conducted the job search using Indeed Job Search (IJS) in CSU-Global (2015) Student Career Center; IJS job search

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    Summary of Interview For the sake of privacy I will refer to the parent I interviewed as Ms. D and her daughter as (Ba*(@^). I interviewed Ms. D the mother of a 15 year old girl named (Ba*(@^). Ms. D would like people to know that her daughter is not a bad kid. Her daughter has ASD (Autism Spectrum disorder) and a General Anxiety disorder and knows that these disorders can come off as rude or defiant behavior. Just because her daughter does not show the typical ASD behavior they sometime assume

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