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Good vs. Bad Research Questions

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Jenna Spiering

on 5 October 2015

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Transcript of Good vs. Bad Research Questions

Good vs. Bad Research Questions
Research questions start with a
TOPIC
Like.....Colonial America
Bad Research Questions
Have simple and easy answers
Can be answered in one word or one sentence
Have no answer
Are purely opinion
Often start with...
Good Research Questions
Have no easy answer
Are research-able
require multiple sources of information to answer
Make you think of other questions
are interesting to YOU
Why?
Often start with...
What do you wonder about?
What do you want to know more about?
When?
How many?
Who?
Where?
Which?
How?
Bad:
What state has the highest population?
Good:

Why does California have the highest population?
Bad:
What colony did Catherine Blaikley live in?
Good:
What was life like for Catherine Blaikley in Colonial Virginia?
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