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Google Forms for Review Content


When you can't add anymore into your pacing but need to review then try using Google Forms.  I've made a template below that you can copy.

We as educators know the more we review, the more successful our students are.  For example, your curriculum may say to teach slope but you know students will first need a review on graphing points. This is where I would use a Google Form to review.  

I set up my Google Form to ask them a basic question they should have the previous knowledge to answer.  If they answer it correctly they move to harder questions. If they answer incorrectly they move to a video on the topic.  The students are asked 3 questions before they are finished and all 3 are response validation questions.  A response validation question means the students must answer it correctly to move on.

I like to give these as warm-ups or homework before teaching the topic.  If I am using it as a warm-up, I do it the same day I'm teaching the new content. I suggest using a timer. When you do it as a warm-up, students who aren't done within that time frame need extra help with the content.  If I use it as homework, I give it the night before and discuss with the students the importance of completing it to be prepared for class the next day.  

Here is the template, you will just need to fill in the questions you want.  


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