Posted: April 19th, 2016
Writing Exercise: Interview Summary/Synthesis This assignment is designed to help inform a topic that interests you, and the information you gather here will be used in your Proposal Letter assignment. For this assignment, you should be interviewing a person who has expertise about a topic you are interested in. Please note that you should be conducting the actual interview; you should not be summarizing an interview conducted by someone else. Part #1: Choose a Research Topic and an Interviewee You do not need to submit this portion in writing, but you do need to accomplish this in preparation for your research assignment. In preparation for your research proposal letter in the next topic, you will need to choose a topic for your proposal. This research proposal letter will be directed to an audience who can create change (Congressperson, business administrator, or other similar audience.) In the proposal, you need to suggest a change or a solution to a current problem. Examples of strong proposal topics would be things like funding ideas for an animal shelter, starting a recycling program in a community, suggesting a better plan for public transport, or another idea that interests you. You will be proposing solutions for these issues. Choose a topic that you are passionate about and for which you will be able to develop at least one solution. While this information should be enough for you to choose a topic, please consult the assignment sheet within Topic 7 if you have more questions about this assignment. Once you choose a topic, it’s time to choose a credible expert to interview on that subject. In other words, you should avoid choosing an interviewee who is a close friend or family member unless that person truly is an expert in the field. T
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