Kick off the new school year with lessons from our Back to School 2021 collection to help students express themselves, build relationships, and stay organized.
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Now that you’ve researched your chosen historical person and have developed an objective for the interview, it’s time to develop your interview questions. Good questions are one of the main parts of a successful interview. To begin, add a heading for your interview questions and format it.

Then, type your questions, one at a time.

Think about what you would like to know about the individual and their role in history.

Try to have at least five questions to ask. For example, you might want to know about their upbringing or to understand what motivated them to get involved in their specific contribution to society. When you interview someone, you should try to ask open-ended questions. The best interviews allow the person being interviewed to share their perspective and expand on the topics of your questions.

To organize your questions, make them into a numbered list.

Add space between each question. This will allow you to enter your responses in the document during the interview.

Now, it’s your turn: Add five or more questions to your document, Format the questions into a numbered list, And add spaces between your questions to make room for your answers.

Instructions

  1. Add five or more questions to your document.
  2. Format the questions into a numbered list.
  3. Add spaces between your questions to make room for your answers.