Since each group I worked with had 2 students, I am going to explain how we did this activity by referring to my kiddos as "Student 1" and "Student 2" to make it less confusing. I gave Student 1 the interview sheet (and kept Student 2's copy). Then I had Student 1 ask Student 2 each question. After reading the question, Student 1 had to wait for Student 2 to respond as well as record Student 2's answer by circling correct answer. Once all the questions were answered, we reversed (Student 2 asked Student 1 the questions).
After our interviews were complete, I had kids fill in the blanks on these worksheets (shown below) to write a paragraph about their friend's Thanksgiving.
To fill in the blanks, some students used their interview sheet (as is shown below) while other students were challenged to remember what their friend had said without looking back at the interview. Once we finished the worksheets, we took turns reading our paragraphs out loud.
Here is what the finished product looked like. My student's work looked much nicer, but I blurred out all the names.
I see kids in groups of 2 for our direct instruction, so I used that time to work on this activity.