INTERVIEW MATRIX

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INTERVIEW MATRIX From Else Hamayan, 2006; reprinted from Illinois Resource Center, 1997. INTERVIEW MATRIX—Page 2 Question Design Factors Designed Questions & Responses from Interviewee “Iceberg Model” Beginning—1-2 Developing—3-4 Accomplished—5-6 Exemplary—5-6 + Report Q: What are some things that you are good at? What about things that you don’t do as well in? R: Q: Who are some of your best friends? What makes them your best friends? R: Q: Who in the classroom do you see as a leader? Why? R: Q: Do you like games where everyone competes to find the winner or games where everyone has to cooperate and work together better? Why? R: Q: Do you do your schoolwork all the time? Why or why not? What kind of incentive would make you want to do it? R: Q: What are some of your favorite things about yourself? Report of Respectful timing strategies for these questions:
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Unformatted text preview: 7 Terms for Cultural Dis/comfort Q: Do you feel like you fit in? R: 1. Alienation 2. Dissonance 3. Marginality 4. Dualism 5. Negotiation for acceptance 6. Bicultural affirmation 7. Multicultural Transformation Q: Are there places where you feel like you have to justify, or prove, that you belong? R: Q: Do you feel like there are groups that are really different from each other, but you can still belong to both of them? Q: Are there ever times when you feel like you’re not quite in tune with your surroundings? Report of Respectful timing strategies for these questions: 7 Stages of Cultural Adaptation 1. Positive 2. Overwhelmed 3. Survival 4. Emotional Overload 5. Adaptation 6. Culture split or Acculturation 7. Deepest Adaptation Q: R: Q: R: Describe the characteristics of the stage chosen:...
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