What is a Google Form?

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Accessing Google Forms

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  • Sign in to your Google Account
  • Go to forms.google.com

Creating a Google Form

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You can choose from several different Form question types:

  • Multiple choice, checkbox list, and drop‑down menu
  • Short answer and paragraph
  • Date and time

Sharing a Google Form

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  • Click the Send button to share a form
  • Choose the Link icon
  • Click Copy

Viewing Responses as a Summary

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  • Find student submissions under the Responses tab
  • Summary view shows overall results
  • View results as charts or lists

Viewing Responses Individually

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  • Change response data from Summary to Individual to see individual student responses
  • Switch between individual results using the left and right toggle
  • Click icon to view responses in a spreadsheet

Reviewing the Basics

Google Forms

Now that we've gone over some of the basics of Google Forms, let's review.

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Reviewing the Basics

Google Forms QUIZ

1: True or False: You can only send a Google Form via email.

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You can send a Google Form via email, paste a link to the form in a document or message, or add the form to a Google Classroom.

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Reviewing the Basics

Google Forms QUIZ

2: True or False: Responses can be viewed directly in Google Forms and in a spreadsheet.

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Google Form responses can only be viewed directly in Google Forms or in a spreadsheet.

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Reviewing the Basics

Google Forms QUIZ

3: Please check all of the Question choices available in Google Forms.

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Google Forms can include three types of questions:

  • Multiple choice
  • Short answer
  • Paragraph
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Great job! Now you know the basics of Google Forms.

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HERE'S WHAT YOU LEARNED TODAY:

  • What a Google Form is
  • How to access Google Forms
  • How to create and share a Google Form
  • How to view Google Form responses

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