Now you know the grammar you will need to start creating the survey and ask it to your mates. Remember when we are dealing with surveys it suppose a process: You have to create the questions, then you will send it to the people you want to answer it. You will get all the data, write down some conclusions and then publish it.
Let's create your survey. We will offer you two posible options:
- Create your survey in your notebook and asking your partners one by one.
Everything it is going to depend on you access to ICT. But all the survey will be exactly the same:
- Five questions about food like.
- Five questions about eating habits.
When you finish writing your ten questions let's design the form if you have chosen this option and then send it to your mates using your e-mail. Or if you have chosen then other option let's start asking your mates.
When you finish it would be time to create the conclusions and to analyse the final results of the answers. Create a graph to represent all your data.
Your final product for this mission will be create the post to include all the information about the survey.
- The link to the form or the ten questions.
- The picture of the graph.
- An explanatory text to explain the answers with at least five sentences. For example, The 50% of the classmates drink juice at breakfast time.
It must be clear and atractive. The 'Rubric for an explanatory text' will help you know how to do a great job. You can include the poster into you blog adding information about what your group work is.
Don't forget to identify your post with the tag "Project A cook book".
If you want, your teacher can spread your post using the Twitter account of the classroom. For that you have to write down the tweet for the teacher. Remember:
- You can use 140 characters.
- Include the link to your post.
- Use the hashtag of the project: #projectacookbook.
The 'Rubric to assess a tweet' will help you know how to do a great job.
Before posting your text, ask your colleagues to check your work and make suggestions, corrections... You must do the same work with some of your mates' outcomes, too. Don't be afraid. Making mistakes is a good way to learn!