This article describes an activity suitable for high school and college/university communication courses. Combining outside research with in-class discussions and class interaction give students the opportunity to become more knowledgeable about interviewing in the ‘real world.’ Students research interviewing topics, find articles to support their topic, then create an activity and present this to the class. This allows more in-depth analysis of common topics discussed in an interviewing class allowing students to take control for their learning, deepening the learning process for themselves and others while decreasing common interviewing pitfalls.
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Clement, Annie M.
"Gaining Knowledge: Creating Activities for Students by Students,"
Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal: Vol. 35
, Article 7.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/ctamj/vol35/iss1/7