To start and end strong in your interviews, you’ll need to prepare and write an opening and closing. In both cases, you should only write YOUR side of the conversation, leaving room for your interviewee to respond. Do not assume to know what their responses will be.
Student wrote sentences and questions that maintained a dialogue during both the opening and closing.
The opening established rapport
Student identified the organization they represent and purpose in the opening.
Student used an effective closing technique.
AT LEAST ONE PAGE
EXAMPLE OF OPENING AND CLOSING QUESTIONS: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/tools-and-samples/interview-questions/pages/openingandclosingquestions.aspx