The Interview Process: Types of Questions
Tell participants it is now time to think about the types of questions they ask when conducting interviews.
Click to show the two types of questions to be discussed.
Ask participants to have a table discussion about the difference between the two types of questions.
Ask participants to share their table discussions with the whole group.
Tell participants you are going to practice telling the difference between both types of questions.
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Leading questions can often be answered by “yes” or “no” responses, prompting the interviewee to give a particular answer.
Open-ended questions prompt the interviewee to provide more information than simply “yes” or “no” without having a predetermined answer.