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Poll Everywhere
Story Creation with Poll Everywhere
Story
• What are the learning objectives of the story?
• What genre? Who are the characters?
• What is the plot? What is h...
Write your question,
then press <Create>.
Choose type of
question, and then
write answers. We are
choosing “Multiple
Choice.”
Then press <Create>.
Choose response
options, rolling over
icons provide details
about what they do.
You can then test the
poll to see if it’s
working.
You can then download
your slide to
PowerPoint.
In Visual Settings, make sure
“Segment Responses” is
enabled.
Choose the first question for
Segmentation.
Each question is a “Poll”. You
can create a number of polls
and group them together for
reporting purposes.
Use a Segmentation Report
to determine “winning
team”.
Using Poll Everywhere to Create an Interactive Story-based Presentation
Using Poll Everywhere to Create an Interactive Story-based Presentation
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Using Poll Everywhere to Create an Interactive Story-based Presentation

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Using Poll Everywhere to Create an Interactive Story-based Presentation

  1. 1. Poll Everywhere Story Creation with Poll Everywhere
  2. 2. Story • What are the learning objectives of the story? • What genre? Who are the characters? • What is the plot? What is happening? • Why types of questions are the learners answering? • What type of interactions are necessary to “move the story forward?”
  3. 3. Write your question, then press <Create>.
  4. 4. Choose type of question, and then write answers. We are choosing “Multiple Choice.” Then press <Create>.
  5. 5. Choose response options, rolling over icons provide details about what they do.
  6. 6. You can then test the poll to see if it’s working.
  7. 7. You can then download your slide to PowerPoint.
  8. 8. In Visual Settings, make sure “Segment Responses” is enabled. Choose the first question for Segmentation.
  9. 9. Each question is a “Poll”. You can create a number of polls and group them together for reporting purposes.
  10. 10. Use a Segmentation Report to determine “winning team”.

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