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  • The Ultimate Interview a comic starring Sharon the student reporter
  • Contact your source early, people don't like to feel rushed or pressured to answer your questions
  • 3 weeks before Sharon's story is due
  • Hello Mrs. Pepper, would you have time to answer a few questions about your new fitness initiative?
  • Sure, we can sit down and talk next Tuesday during my break. Thanks for letting me know early so I can plan my schedule accordingly. Plus, it's a lot less stress for you!
  • Plan ahead for the interview by developing relevant and comprehensive questions. This way you'll get the exact information you need.
  • Since I know I'm writing about Mrs. Pepper's fitness initiative, I should be asking questions for information that the reader would want to know. This could include the who, what, why, when and how of the topic.
  • 2 days before the interview
  • Day of interview
  • Be flexible, sometimes life happens and things don't go accordingly!
  • I'm sorry, Sharon. Could we reschedule for Friday? I just realized I have a meeting during that time.
  • No problem Mrs. Peppers! Since I contacted you early, I still have plenty of time before I need a draft!
  • Actual time of the interview
  • Really, could you tell me more about that collaboration process?
  • Make sure you are paying attention during the interview, so if anything interesting comes up, you can expand on the topic
  • So, it was actually a student who came up with the idea!
  • Extra Tips Include: - Make sure you bring a viable recorder - Always be polite - Use a private space for the interview to reduce distractions
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