This is a video of a full class meeting from my undergraduate course Career & Lifespan Planning, which takes place in a three-hour block. (Students gave their permission to be seen and heard on video for use in my portfolio, with the option to sit outside the camera's view and to have their voices deleted from the video if they preferred.) The lesson for the week centers on interviewing, and you will see me present on types of interviews and techniques using slides and videos, as well as integrating activities such as a critique of a video of interviews, discussion points throughout the lecture, and a "speed interviewing" activity that is described here. My presentation style includes amusing, relevant images to encourage students to attend to the slides throughout the long class, a casual conversational style to invite students' input along the way and at planned discussion points, and building on existing knowledge (as seen in the reference to a PEEC statement that was related to a video and activity in a previous lesson). The slides used in this lecture are available below the video.