Closed Questions

Term explanation  •  Category Communication

Definition and meaning

Closed questions are followed by a short, clear answer. There are several answer options from which you can choose one or more.

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With SlideLizard you can, for example, ask your presentation audience with a closed question whether they need a coffee break or still have energy left. You get the answers immediately and can flexibly adapt your presentation to your audience.

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Other glossary terms

Recall Questions

With recall questions, you have to remember something or something has to be recalled. Example: A teacher asks his students a question so that they remember the material from the last lesson.

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Process Questions

Process questions are similar to recall questions but they need some deeper thoughts and maybe also analysis.

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Break-out-Room

In live online training, it is sometimes useful to divide the students into small groups for certain exercises, as it would be impossible to have conversations at the same time. Break-out-rooms are used so that people can talk to each other without disturbing the others. When the exercise is over, they are sent back to the main room.

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Impromptu Speech

A speech that is given without any preparation, notes, or cards, is called an impromptu speech. It is often delivered at private events (e.g., weddings or birthdays) or for training presentation skills.

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