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Asking Clarifying Questions

Asking Clarifying Questions

Author: Craig Coletta

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will be able to ask appropriate and effective questions to better understand a communication or situation.

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Terms to Know
  • Leading Question

    A question asked to confirm or disconfirm an assumption or belief of the asker, usually phrased with the speaker's belief as part of the question.

  • Open Ended Question

    A question asked to elicit a detailed explanation of a situation, answered with a detailed statement.

  • Short Answer Question

    A question used to reveal facts, answered by a single word or brief statement.

  • Yes/No Question

    A question used to confirm facts, answered by a yes or no.