Monday, March 23, 2020

Picture/Sentence Matching using Google Forms

Google Forms allows users to insert pictures into both the question and answer sections, so here is how I facilitated a post-reading picture/sentence matching activity for students using a known passage. However, it will require that you find digital images to insert into your Google Form. It is very easy to do, and if you set the Google Forms as a self-grading quiz, students can immediately see their scores.

Directions
  1. Open Google Forms.
  2. Hover your mouse pointer over the "Untitled Question" section. 

     3. A picture icon should appear next to the "Untitled Question" section. Click on it to add 
         an image.

        4. A screen will appear which will now allow you to insert an image which you have 
        already uploaded onto your computer, is already in Google Drive, already has a pre- 
        existing URL, or you can do a Google search of images.

     
5. Once you upload your image, you can now write a question related to that image. 

I could definitely seeing using this with the model sentences of Cambridge Latin Course!

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