SMARTePlans Night Pre-reading Anticipation Guide in Google Forms


“One way to introduce novels is with a pre-reading anticipation guide. This pre-reading Google Forms activity for Elie Wiesel’s memoir Night includes 14 statements that students answer. For each of the statements, students can either strongly agree, slightly agree, slightly disagree, or strongly disagree.

Using Google Forms as an assessment and information-gathering tool provides teachers with two distinct bonuses: first, Google Forms are completely editable. You can tailor this Form to your specific needs. For example, to make the Form more personable, switch out “teacher” with your name. Secondly, Google Forms provide teachers with real time data that is organized into colorful charts and graphs.

This resource is included in my 2017 SMARTePlans Membership Bundle
SMARTePlans 2017 Growing Bundle Membership for Google Drive

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