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Inserting Google Slides Into Google Forms

 

When creating an escape room or a self grading activity I like to use Google Slides and Google Forms.  Instead of just a traditional form you can add color, pictures, and images by using Google Slides.  I take a Google Slide and put pictures and questions on the slide then insert it into the form for a little extra color.  A how to video is below. 

To start you create a Google Slide the way you would like it.  After it's completed go to file, download, I use png, and it will download to your computer.  Once you have it download you can go to your Google Form.  On the Google Form you will have an image option which you select and then find your file.  After the image I like to put a question that requires several answers to get marked correct for example, ABDA. This mixes up the material from just a straight worksheet or Google Form while self checking for the students.  



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