…Female 1: One of the most challenging kinds of interviews you can…do is with someone who does not speak English as their first language.…With an English as a second language speaker,…you're going to definitely want to have a seated interview.…You're also going to maybe have some trouble with the typical Q&A…type of format, because they're probably translating your question in their head.…So you also might want to wait a little longer…after you ask a question before you jump in with…the typical followup.…They may still have a few things left to say but they're still processing.…One of the things you need to do is cue to them that you're going to ask for a story.…It's going to help you get a better example.…So even before you ask a question, you should tell…them I'm really going to want you to tell that great…story about your grandparents so when I ask this question…if you can think about that story it would be great.…And,…of course, you've done your pre-interview, so you know they have that story.…Then you can formulate the question and say, tell…
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- Planning interview goals
- Anticipating interviewee's answers
- Conducting background research
- Scheduling interviews
- Building rapport
- Teasing out supporting points
- Getting transcripts
- Avoiding obstacles with challenging interview subjects
Skill Level Intermediate
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Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Preparing for an Interview
2. Production of Video Interviews
3. During the Interview
4. During an Audio-Only Interview
5. Getting Results
6. Minimizing Narration
7. Making Editing Easier
8. Avoiding Obstacles
9. Preparing for Post
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