Project: Five Minutes of Fame
Open your favorite magazine or webzine again. Think about interviews in newspapers and television/radio talk shows. Think about all the different ways interviews can be presented. Sometimes they look like script; sometimes they are funny or sarcastic; sometimes they have a photo-spread; sometimes the quotes are embedded, and the conclusions are more important than the person interviewed.
Give some thought to how you will present your finished interview to an audience. You may want to have someone else video-record your presentation, or you may want to take photos for a print layout. Look as some options below to decide how you will present your interview. You will choose one of these formats for your assignment. (Click each link to see a real life example.)
A. Magazine format
B. Newspaper format
C. Radio talk show format
D. Late night talk show format
Once you have selected a format, you are ready to begin “spinning” the interview story into a finished project.
When you are done, submit your article, audio, or video recording to the Project: Five Minutes of Fame link.
To ensure success, read the grading rubric.
Note: But remember, this must include an interview that you actually conduct with someone regarding an interesting topic.
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