Survey Ideas for Yearbooks

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Survey Ideas for Yearbooks
Yearbooks contain cherished memories of a student's school experience. (Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

A yearbook contains pictures of students and memories of good times. Schools have a student yearbook committee that works on the yearbook the entire year. Each student on the committee has a position such as photographer, editor or journalist. The journalist's job is to come up with ideas for student surveys, make the surveys and hand them to the students. Thought-provoking survey questions include the animal question, life views, funniest moments and the dead and famous.

The Animal Question

The best survey ideas are ones that require funny, unique responses from students. Create a survey that asks the students "if you could be any animal what would you become and why." The responses will be interesting and offer a glimpse into the personality of the student. If there is room for a longer survey, ask the student what animal he would never want to be and have him write why. Place the answers on a yearbook page with the picture of the animals next to each response.

Life Views

For a more philosophical survey ask the student to share his views on life in a single line. The student will share his thoughts by making up his own line or using a famous quote that portrays his views. Another similar option is to allow the students to find a comic that expresses his views on life. Head the survey with the line "Life from a student's perspective." Write the student's views with his name written after it.

Funniest Moments

High school seniors are experiencing their last year of high school and have many years of school behind them. Seniors want to remember these memories and therefore create a yearbook full of them. Ask every senor to share her funniest high school moments. Limit the responses to four moments and give the students the option to write one funny moment per high school year. Compile the responses onto one page and include it in the yearbook.

The Dead and Famous

Interesting yearbook surveys incorporate a question that requires students to think hard and come up with a personal answer. Have the students answer the following question: "If you could bring any famous dead person back to life, who would you choose and what would you ask him? Title the survey "The dead and famous." Decorate the survey page with tombstones and pictures of scary-looking people coming out of their graves.

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