Here are some possible questions for the video:
Elementary Students:
1. Tell me about what kind of writer you were in first grade and what kind of writer you are today.
2. How does your teacher help you when you have trouble writing?
3. Which do you prefer--when your teacher gives you something to write about, or when you can pick your own ideas and why?
4. What is the hardest part about writing?
5. Tell me about your writing centers or writer's workshop from last year.
6. Do you think it is important to be a good writer and why?
7. When you go through the writing process do you use paper and pencil or the computer or both?

Secondary Students:
1. Tell me about writing in your subjects other than English/Language Arts.
2. Tell me about what kind of writer you were in seventh grade and what kind of writer you are today.
3. Which do you prefer--when your teacher gives you something to write about, or when you can pick your own ideas and why?
4. Do you consider yourself to be a good writer or a bad writer and why?
5. Tell me about writer's activities in your English classroom--what you liked and why?
6. Why do you think it is important to be a good writer?
7. When you go through the writing process do you use paper and pencil or the computer or both?

College age students
1. Tell me about your college writing experiences.
2. Tell me about what kind of writer you were in ninth grade and what kind of writer you are today.
3. Do you consider yourself to be a good writer or a bad writer and why?
4. Tell me about the writing activities you did in high school that you think helped you in college.
5. Do you consider yourself to be a good writer or a bad writer and why?
6. Why do you think it is important to be a good writer and why.

Other Considerations: Teacher interviews & Business Leader interviews
Technology aspect possible questions:
  1. How does technology help/hinder you with your writing
  2. At what step (if any) do you use technology in the writing process? (prewrite, write, revise, publish?)