Interviewing Presentation Instructions
will create a PowerPoint presentation that overviews how
to properly conduct a psychological interview.
Content: You will be graded on how well you
integrate course content and research into your presentation. For full credit,
you must include the key principles of interviewing (e.g., preparation,
introductions, open vs. closed questions, professionalism, etc.). You may focus
on interviews with a certain population (e.g., families in crisis, individuals
with disabilities, children, etc.) or present on interviewing in general.
research focused, many good tips can be found here: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/559/04/.
thorough resource related to psychological interviews with families and
children can be found at: http://centerforchildwelfare.fmhi.usf.edu/kb/PreServiceCurriculum/Core%20115_INT_PG_030111.pdf
book covers interviews on pp. 9–10, 495–501, and 506–507.
Presentation: You will be
graded on the “aesthetics” of your presentation (graphics, clarity, interest,
assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.