Does your question require a specific, right answer, or does it encourage a multitude of responses?
A good question should have many responses. For example:
As you develop questions and search for information, your curiosity will lead you to more questions which can be frustrating but don't stop. The goal is for you to come up with your own perspective on a topic by connecting evidence you found from a variety of sources.
What sources would be helpful?
Evaluate your sources to be sure the person/organization providing the information is a RELIABLE source.