2.) Enter the title of your Google Form - you can also add a description. Add a question by clicking the + sign on the right side of the page. Choose what type of question (keep in mind that Google can only grade multiple choice questions without an add-on). The question can consist of text, a photo, or video. You can also break your form into sections Make the question required to answer by clicking the slider button 'required'.
3.) You may add an answer key on the bottom left of the each question. Choose the correct answer and assign the point value for the question. Here, add feedback for an incorrect question or a correct question. Within the feedback, you could include a link to a tutorial or practice page to help students understand why they may have gotten the answer wrong.
Once you are done, you can click the eye icon on the top right of the Google Form to view your form how others will see it.
NOW, for the best part!!! All of the responses are compiled in Google Sheets, you can view this by clicking the spreadsheet icon under responses.
If you included other types of questions besides multiple choice you can get the add-on Flubaroo for Google Sheets to grade the assignment for you. Flubaroo will identify students who scored below a 70% (great for teachers to see which students are still struggling with certain concepts!) Follow the tutorial to get started with Flubaroo!