You just give your survey a name, then decide on the type of questions you want to ask.
There are four types
- Simple Yes / No
- Multiple choice answers
- Clines (degrees of agreeing vs disagreeing)
- Image select (user select one of a range of images)
One of the nice things about it is that users can leave comments if they register and so you can get information on the people who give the answers (gender, age etc.)
Perhaps what I like best of all for students though is that you can also see on a Google map where the answers came from.
This is great if you are getting students to create surveys as they will get a really genuine feeling that they are able to get opinions from around the world, which must be so much more motivating than just asking the person next to you in class.
There are also some very good, though many quite controversial, questions already up there and you could get you students discussing some of those and answering them in class and then comparing their opinions with some of those on the website and perhaps even posting their opinions (Check out the questions you use first in case their is anything offensive). Also great for doing Business English classes on market research and thinking of questions they could ask about products.
- You can see a list of 'hot' questions here.
Here you can see the page widget with results and comments.
I hope you and your students enjoy it. Here you can find quiz based activities for students.
- Create a Quick Discussion Forum
- Videos for Global Issues Lessons
- Education for the Global Economy
- Tackling political issues
- Video debating website
- Express Your Opinions