## Good and Bad questionnaire examples

Two questionnaires for the same purpose, one with good questions, the other with bad. Pupils decide which is the good one and the bad one and have to decide why one question is better than the other. Can be used as a 'spot the difference' type activity

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- 4ClaireNeville7 months agoReport
Thank you for this. I am using this to show students embarking on creating their own questionnaires.

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