I will knock on the door of Mrs. Blank. When she answers the door, I will say "Hello, Mrs. Blank, I have an appointment to gather information about your organization.
I will most likely talk about how wonder the organization is and it is the reason I had chosen it for my presentation.
Reason for interview
After we sit I will say "the reason for my interview with you is to gather information on your organization as I mentioned I am doing a presentation for my class and would like to be correctly informed.
During the interview I will be asking question on the history, projects and funding of Habitat for Humanity
Ask if ready to begin.
Are you ready to begin? I believe she will answer "Yes".
topic sentence one
To begin the interview I would like to ask questions of the history of habitat for humanity.
Q1: When was habitat for humanity founded? (Open)
R1: It was funded in 1976 and has built 150,000 houses since than.
Q2: Who founded Habitat for Humanity? (Open)
R2: Millard and Linda Fuller.
Q3: Is Habitat for Humanity a non-profit organization? (Closed)
Q4: Is Habitat for Humanity an international organization? (Open probe)
R4: Yes, we have built houses in North and South America, Africa, Asia, and central Europe.
Q5: What does Habitat for Humanity do? (Open)
R5: We built houses for families in need of them.
Topic sentence two
Now I would like to ask you what do the projects for Habitat foe Humanity consist of?
Q1: How many houses have been built by Habitat for Humanity? ( open probe)
R1: Habitat has built more than 225,000 houses around the world; we have provided more than 1 million people with safe, decent, affordable shelter.
Q2: How many people have benefited from these houses?
R2: More than one million people.
Q3: For who does Habitat for Humanity build houses for?
R3: for under privileged families in need of housing disaster areas and third world countries.
Q4: Are these houses free?
R4: No they are not free they are vary low priced a low down payment and low monthly mortgage payments.
Q5: How does habitat for Humanity operate?
R5: Habitat is a worldwide, grassroots movement. Habitat has a presence in more than 90 countries, including all 50 states of the United States, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico.
Q6: How are families selected?
R6: Families that are most in need of decent shelter apply to local Habitat affiliates. The affiliate's family selection committee chooses homeowners based on their level of need, their willingness to become partners in the program and their ability to repay the loan.
Topic sentence three.
I would like to complete this interview by asking how habitat for humanity is funded.
Q1: What is the average price to build a Habitat House? (open)
R1: Throughout the world, the cost of houses varies from as little as $800 in some developing countries to an average of nearly $60,000 in the United States.Habitat houses are affordable for low-income families because there is no profit included in the sale price. Mortgage length varies from seven to 30 years.
Q2: Does Habitat for Humanity get funded by the government?
R2: Habitat for Humanity International welcomes partnerships with governments that include accepting funds and other resources to help provide houses for the families in need provided that affiliates do not become dependent on or controlled by government funds or other funding sources. Local Habitat for Humanity affiliates or Habitat for...
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