Unit 9Exercise 5

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The Crime: Three days ago between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. someone broke into a house in the neighborhood and stole a valuable painting. You and your partner are investigating the crime. You and your partner will be assigned a pair of suspects. Your goal is to find discrepancies in their alibis. Work with your partner to create a list of questions to ask. After your interviews with the suspects, you and your partner will compare notes to see if the pair of suspects' alibis hold up. Questions. Develop detailed questions to find discrepancies in the suspects' accounting of the day they spent together. Questions like if you went shopping, what stores did you go into, what time did you meet, what did you buy, what did it look like, how much did it cost, how did you pay, what time did you leave the store? You and your partner have 10-15 minutes to prepare the questions. Interview. You will interview one of the suspects in the pair, separately. You have 10-15 minutes to get as much information as possible. Take notes during the interview. Review. After the interviews, get together with your partner to compare notes on your suspects to see if there are any discrepancies in their story. Good luck! EXERCISE 5A: Investigators UNIT 9 (Intended for use in a digital environment)
The Crime: Three days ago between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. someone broke into a house in the neighborhood and stole a valuable painting. You and your friend are being investigated for the crime. Your goal is to work with your partner to create an airtight alibi for both of you. Each of you will be assigned an investigator who's aim is to find discrepancies in your alibi. After their interviews with you, they will compare notes to see if you and your partner's alibis hold up. Your Alibi. You and your friend will have 10-15 minutes to create a detailed accounting of your activities together on the day of the crime to avoid being accused of the crime. The investigators will try to find discrepancies between you and your friend's answers. Your investigator will ask detailed questions about what you did together that day. If you say you went shopping the investigators may ask what time did the two of you meet; what stores did the two of you in go into; what did the two of you buy; what did it look like; how much did it cost; how did the two of you pay; what time did the two of you leave; what did the two of you eat; who paid; what did the two of you wear; who did you see; who drove; what you two did next. Interview. You will be interviewed by one investigator and your friend by the other for 10-15 minutes. Review. After the interview, go back to your friend and discuss how the interview went. Good luck! EXERCISE 5B: Suspects UNIT 9 (Intended for use in a digital environment)
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