Posted by Miss W. on July 3, 2009
I often see students writing a post asking their readers to state their preference for a favourite food or favourite football team. This can look very messy especially when your readers leave a comment giving their answer. Wouldn’t it be easier if they just clicked an answer then a program somewhere out there in cyberspace did all the collating of answers? Well, here is how you can do that.
Sue Waters from Western Australia posts the blog called The Edublogger. She always has posts about lots of questions students might have and here is her post about using PollDaddy. She also tells you how to put the poll into your blog post so make sure you read the whole post.
Create your own poll by logging in at Polldaddy. Remember to try and keep same name and password that you use for other sites on the web where you have to log in. Once you have created your poll, add it to your blog and wait for the results to come in. Once you have your poll published, come back here and answer the question on my poll.
Oops, I forgot to mention, you must be at least 13 years old to use this website.
Completing this activity helps with checklists Creating 2 and 4