Focus Group Questions Assignment Instructions
When developing focus group questions, skillfully compose the questions with the purpose of solving a problem or improving a practice. Developing quality focus group questions requires that you focus on soliciting information that will help you solve the problem of the research. Focus groups are similar to interviews but include more than one participant at the same time, thus developing focus groups questions requires the researcher to be aware of the possible responses to the questions. For this assignment, you will compose three focus group questions that will be used to answer the central research question for your study.
For this assignment, you will use the information from the textbook reading this week to develop three effective focus group questions that will help to answer the central research question for your study. These questions must be different than the interview questions and they must be pertinent to a group question and answer session. This is a 3-4-page assignment.
· The first page should be a correctly formatted (APA style) title page that includes the title of your study.
· The second page should include the Central Research Question for your study and list three focus group questions that will help to answer the central research question of your study. All three questions must be open-ended questions. Do not ask a simple yes-or-no answer question. The three questions must be supported by the literature; thus, each interview question must contain at least one citation.
· The last page of the assignment should be a reference page. At least two references must be included. All references must be peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles published within the last five years.
You must apply the information from the textbook reading this week to be successful on this assignment.
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module 4: Week 4