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David

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From: Taiwan
Registered: 7/24/06
Applying math to language learning!
Posted: Jul 24, 2006 9:43 AM
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Hi I am collecting Ideas for conducting surveys in my English forum.
I can add a voting option for each post and have up to ten fields to choose from.
Each visitor can vote one of those ten options!
One example for what I had in mind is;

How many vocabularies can you teach to a group of children?

1) 20minutes class 5 words
2) 20minutes class 8 words
3) 20minutes class 10 words
4) 20minutes class 15-20 words
5) 40minutes class twice as much than 20minutes class
6) 40minutes class just a little more than 20minutes class
7) 90minutes class no more than the 40 minutes class
8) 90minutes class much more than 40 minutes class


What would be the most useful way to ask the questions and to provide the options in this kind of setting?
A visitor can vote for one of the 8 options or he has to come back to vote a second time.
And do you have any other interesting ideas what to ask? Fun stuff is welcome too.

Thank you for your input



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