Multiple Choice Correction Form

This is a multiple choice correction form that works well as an edited document in Google Docs. My policy for Google quizzes was that you could get half the points you lost back with a correction form. When I use Quizstar, I always gave students two attempts and then the option of the correction form. VERY effective for SOME students and can be adapted to ANY class that uses multiple choice.

Link to Google Doc - preferable

 

 

 

Basic outline below is in case the google doc become inaccessible.

Make a copy, save, and print. Copy parts 1-6  as many times as needed. https://docs.google.com/a/menomoneefallsschools.org/document/d/1toqRjBXlqyAVpA0IgMbNKj4Y-11wHFhbtPfR1n0h8Ko/edit

 

 

Name

 

 

Class / teacher

 

 

Correction for: (choose one - Reading OR Grammar and subcategory)

READING

GRAMMAR

Conventions of punctuation

Conventions of usage

Sentence Structure

Word Choice

Organization

Topic Development

 

Level (choose one)

13-15

16-19

20-23

24-27

28-32

33-36

 

Assignment

 

 

  1. I chose the wrong answer for question#  2. My answer was      3. The correct answer is
     

 

4. Explain the error you made (not an excuse)

 

 

5. Why is the correct answer correct?

 

 

6. What happened? (check all that apply)

I guessed

I misunderstood

I read it wrong

I mixed up a rule

I didn't understand it at all

Now that I made the mistake I understand it better

I am still not clear and need more practice

I get it now; I just messed up



  1. I chose the wrong answer for question  2. My answer was      3. The correct answer is
     

 

4. Explain the error you made; not an excuse

 

 

5. Why is the correct answer correct?

 

 

6. What happened? (check all that apply)

I guessed

I misunderstood

I read it wrong

I mixed up a rule

I didn't understand it at all

Now that I made the mistake I understand it better

I am still not clear and need more practice

I get it now; I just messed up

 

  1. I chose the wrong answer for question  2. My answer was      3. The correct answer is
     

 

4. Explain the error you made; not an excuse

 

 

5. Why is the correct answer correct?

 

 

6. What happened? (check all that apply)

I guessed

I misunderstood

I read it wrong

I mixed up a rule

I didn't understand it at all

Now that I made the mistake I understand it better

I am still not clear and need more practice

I get it now; I just messed up