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I Like “Yarp”

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Yarp is a new web tool that very,very easily lets you create a simple online invitation or survey. I’m particularly interested in the survey aspect, and I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Creating Online Polls & Surveys.

It has a lot of benefits:  no registration is required; you can quickly type a question in and choosed various responses (a or b; true or false, yes or no); and those who respond can also write their own comments.

This is a stand-out application for English Language Learners who want to use a simple survey for an in-class project or, even better, with sister classes in other places.  It provides wonderful and accessible opportunities for reading and writing.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Hi Larry: One of the best web based programs for surveys for ESL / EFL language learners would be surveymonkey.com I use this one in class where the students can develop a 10 question survey and print it, post it or web it for free. The best feature is how it teaches the different kinds of research questions and the structures to use. It can also in made in any language so it has other features of other language teachers. My students love it! For graduate students it is very powerful, affordable and all data can be downloaded in many formats to use in SPSS.

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