The survey looks at your opinion on 10 issues.
There are no right or wrong answers.
Once you have made your selections, the program prints back your answers, so that you
can review them before posting them. In fact, you can rework your form as many times
as you like before actually posting them.
Once you post them, you can view the opinions of everyone by country in option 2.
Option 3 lets you view each individual answer. Since not all of the countries are
listed, this lets you see the answers to the countries not listed, also.
Let us hear from you. Do you think we should be concerned about increasing carbon
Guestbook and comments
For those who are really interested in this policy debate, you can enter your
general comments. Each comment is numbered, so if you want to converse with
another commenter, refer to his number.
You can remain unanimous. We do not error check any of the fields and allow
any kind of input. There are several error checks in the survey above.
You can read the comments in option 7.
There are two baselined tests:
One for students grades 4 through 8
One for those past the 8th grade
Anyone can take the tests, not just students.
The tests are graded, but unlike the survey and comments, they are not posted to the
The purpose of the tests is to ready you for the survey.
The format of the test is true/false.
An entry in the 2000 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge.
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