Apply any of the interviewing techniques to an interview setting.

Instructional Objectives for this activity:Apply any of the interviewing techniques to an interview setting.For this individual assignment, utilize techniques from the learning activity to complete an interview.You will interview a friend or family member about an incident in his or her daily life using two of these techniques: traditional, structural, or inferential interviewing techniques, or behavioral techniques. For example, he or she can tell you about their trip to the grocery store or bank. You should include as much detail as possible; for example, what car they drove, what route they took, which people they met, what they ate.Write a 2-3-page analysis (300-400 words) summarizing the story your friend or family member told you while you were using the two distinct techniques. Assess which technique provided more details of the incident.Gosselin, D.K.(2006). Smart talk: Contemporary interviewing and interrogation (Custom edition). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.