Image from page 349 of "Bell telephone magazine" (1922)
Title: Bell telephone magazine
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e-rolled and playedback immediately. At this point Mr.Crotty took over. ■ As each mans interview was played back on a 24-inch TV monitor, he sat next to Mr. Crotty and was given a blow-by-blow critique of his performance.Among points covered by the veteran di-rector were personal mannerisms (Keepyour hands out of your pockets.);diction (Open your mouth.); aggres-siveness (Dont be nasty to the man.Its his audience.); lack of aggressive-ness (Dont let him get away with that.Youve got a good answer.); footwork(His question was off-target. You shouldhave changed the subject to more favor-able ground.). It should be noted quickly that, whilethe comments above were samples ofcriticisms (that was Crottys job), all ofthe students comported themselves verywell, considering the realism of the situ-ation and the thoroughness of the ques-tioning. And, as Crotty remarked, eachwould have done immeasurably better ona second try. We asked each student to answer aquestionnaire on the workshop and we
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During the critique of an interview, A. Burke Crotty, the participant and the audience observea playback of the performance by means of the TV monitor (center) and a taped recording. 54
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