What does it mean by broad question?

What does it mean by broad question?

Broad questions (also known as “open-ended questions”): • have no specific answer. • require higher-level thinking, exploration, observation, or an opinion. • promote discussion and divergent thinking.

What is the problem with questions that are too broad?

What is the problem with questions that are too broad? They create confusion.

How do you ask a broad question?

Use open-ended questions for meaningful answers.

  1. Do not use closed-ended questions when you want meaningful answers.
  2. Ask open-ended questions when you want detailed explanations to build off of.
  3. Use open-ended questions to expand the conversation after asking a closed-ended question, to gather a fact or one word answer.

How do you make a less broad question?

If your topic is too narrow, try making it broader by asking yourself related questions.

  1. Your topic is too specific. Generalize what you are looking for.
  2. Your topic is too new for anything substantive to have been written.
  3. Use different databases.
  4. Change the Words.

Is the issue narrow enough to be manageable?

A manageable topic is a topic that isn’t too broad or too narrow. A topic that is too narrow will find very few, if any, results.

How do you know if your topic is too broad?

Your topic is probably too broad when:

  1. you find too many sources or too much information–more than you could reasonably look through.
  2. you realize you won’t have enough space in your paper to cover everything about your topic that you want to cover.

Should questions be broad or narrow?

In general, however, a good research question should be: Clear and focused. In other words, the question should clearly state what the writer needs to do. Not too broad and not too narrow.

What is the best example of a topic that is too broad?

Explanation: The best example of a topic that is too broad is learning history encourages a more multicultural viewpoint on the world because history is subject in which you will have to cover a large and extensive range of topics to learn it.

Is it a good question if the answer is too broad?

@gnat, if it gets a great answer, it isn’t too broad (or a bad question to begin with). Great answers can turn a mediocre question in to a good one — if the question was absolute rubbish, it wouldn’t get a great answer in the first place.

Which is the best answer to a question?

The answers to that question would either be a list or a book on AspectJ/AOP. The top answer to your question is a list, and the second answer directs you to a Wikipedia article.

What is the line between Broad and too broad?

What is the line between broad and too broad? As I understand “question put on Hold because: TOO broad” mean that a question is not only broad, but TOO broad for an good answer (and therefore the question should be put on hold to be refined or closed).