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    Questionnaires Questionnaires Presentation Transcript

    • Topic 2 Unit 3 Databases
    • What information do you hold in your phone contacts?
    • What other information would you want to hold?
    • We Are Learning To:
      • Create a questionnaire
      • Understand the difference between closed and open questionnaires
    • What I Am Looking For
      • All students will create a mobile phone contacts questionnaire
      • Most students will improve the layout of their questionnaire
      • Some students will test out their final questionnaire
    • Types of questions
      • Closed Questions
      • A closed question can be answered with either a single word or a short phrase.
      • How old are you?
      • Where do you live?
      • Open Questions
      • An open question is likely to receive a long answer.
      • What do you think of vertical tutoring?
    • Sample questionnaire
    • Task
      • Audience – people your age
      • Purpose – To find out what contact information a mobile phone should hold
      • Write as many questions as you can
      • Answers – Spaces or Multiple Choice
    • Questionnaire layout
      • Is there a title?
      • Have you told the person why you have created this questionnaire?
      • Are the questions numbered?
      • Have you thanked the person for answering your questions?
    • Homework
      • Use the sheet and get answers for your questionnaire from 20 people
      • Find out what hypothesis means