Consider the following:
· Family history and background
· School environment and educational experience
· Employment and volunteer work
· Social relationships
· Partnerships and parenthood
· Significant life events
· Significant life transitions
· Memorable experiences
In addition to interview data, you may also obtain information from significant others, behavioral observations during the interview, and records (e.g. school reports, family albums, diaries, etc).
Part I: Document the questions you asked and the participant’s responses. This is your interview ‘transcript’ that will be turned in along with your reflective paper.
Part II: Write about 1,050 words reflecting on the interview. In your paper, include information on the following:
· What were the most notable aspects of the interview? What topics did your interviewee respond strongly to and why?
· What were the most surprising aspects of the interview? Did any of the interviewee’s responses surprise you? Explain.