When Translating a Google Form is not so Desirable

Recently I had French teacher, Kristin Larwin at Mountain View High School, tell me she assigned a Google Form Quiz and that the students were able to translate the page into English. This made the quiz useless as it pretty much gave them the answers. We were able to come up with a quick fix and still keep the quiz in Google Forms. The solution? Put the questions in as an image because Google cannot translate images. It’s important to use letters next to the multiple-choice within the image so that you can use those same letters in the actual multiple choice. Here’s how we did it:

About Christie Boen

I have worked with Bend-La Pine since 2007. I am an Instructional Technology Coach and District Librarian.

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