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What type of interview would be most likely for the following scenario? a school psychologist talking to a student selection information-gathering problem-solving persuasive
Weegy: information-gathering User: Which of the following should a teacher say when criticizing a student in the following scenario? Callie turned in her report on ancient agrarian societies two days late. When she handed it in, her teacher asked to meet with her after school to talk about it. "This is the third assignment you've turned in late." "I may not have stressed the importance of the due date enough." "Your work for this project was very thorough." "You better not be late on the next assignment." "Let's work out a schedule for the next project; that may help you complete it on time." Weegy: "Let's work out a schedule for the next project; that may help you complete it on time is the answer. User: How should Amy respond to her coach's criticism in the following scenario? Amy's basketball coach pulled her aside during practice and told her she needed to pass the ball and work with her teammates more. She should _____. insist that her teammates aren't open or ready for the ball when she wants to pass to them accept the criticism and look for more passing opportunities apologize and try to handle the ball as little as possible nod and smile but keep playing the same way Weegy: She should accept the criticism and look for more passing opportunities. User: Which sentence is the most effective criticism to someone who doesn't work hard? "Stop slacking off or I'll fire you." "I think you're lazy." "You need to work harder." "You need to work eight hours every day and spend less time chatting." Weegy: The most effective criticism from the choices for someone who doesn't work hard is: "You need to work eight hours every day and spend less time chatting." (More)
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Which of the following should a teacher say when criticizing a student in the following scenario? Callie turned in her report on ancient agrarian societies two days late. When she handed it in, her teacher asked to meet with her after school to talk about it. "This is the third assignment you've turned in late." "I may not have stressed the importance of the due date enough." "Your work for this project was very thorough." "You better not be late on the next assignment." "Let's work out ...
Weegy: "Let's work out a schedule for the next project; that may help you complete it on time is the answer. User: Which of the following would be a good probing question to ask in the following scenario? Interviewer: Did you like your last job? Interviewee: Yeah, it was great. "What was your favorite part about it?" "How long were you there?" "What appeals to you most about this position?" none of the above Weegy: "What was your favorite part about it?would be a good probing question to ask in the scenario (More)
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The following statement is an example of which type of opener? "You're the president of Key Club, aren't you?" self-references other references relational references context references
Weegy: relational references User: Which relational dialectic is causing tension in the following scenario? Marc and Emilie have been dating for two years. Marc has recently been having a problem at work. Emilie was upset when she found out that Marc chose to tell a friend of his rather than her. autonomy-connection novelty-predictability openness-privacy Weegy: The dialectic causing tension in the following scenario is openness-privacy User: Which of the following would be an appropriate response if you were asked an unlawful question by an interviewer? Are you allowed to ask that? How would my answer to that affect my ability to do the job? I don't have to answer that. all of the above Weegy: How would my answer to that affect my ability to do the job? would be an appropriate response if you were asked an unlawful question by an interviewer (More)
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