How do you create an open-ended question?

Tips for using open-ended questions
  1. Don’t write leading questions. The whole point of an open question is to allow respondents to write a unique answer. …
  2. Ensure all questions are necessary. …
  3. Use open ended and close ended questions. …
  4. Avoid ‘Why? …
  5. Don’t write questions that illicit a one word response.

Which is an example of an open-ended question?

An example of an open-ended question would be ‘Where do you want to be in five years?’ The answer to this questions varies from person to person, and can only be answered with a unique perspective that usually prompts a longer conversation.

What are 3 examples of open-ended questions?

Examples of open-ended questions include:
  • Tell me about your relationship with your supervisor.
  • How do you see your future?
  • Tell me about the children in this photograph.
  • What is the purpose of government?
  • Why did you choose that answer?

How do you turn closed-ended questions to open-ended?

Almost any closed question can be made open by adding “how,” “what,” “which,” or “who” at the beginning. And notice the difference it makes!