- Use the instructions in this guide to share a copy of a Google Doc, Sheet, Slide or Drawing with another user
- Share Google documents you want users to be able to edit but at the same time prevents them from altering your own original copy
- This is used for documents you are okay with users putting their own information onto/editing and perhaps submitting back to you through Google classroom
- This guide contains step-by-step instructions for obtaining the shareable link and then changing the URL to force users to make a copy
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Here is an idea that I have been using for years (probably close to 10 years now in fact). I use this taste test activity to promote my business department to potential Grade 8 students when they are touring the school. Students sample three kinds of licorice or other candy. We talk about why businesses conduct taste tests and then we vote on their favorite choice. It is designed to get them excited about taking Business in High School. You can also just use it as a fun activity to do with your regular classes.
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