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The Drag and Drop Markers question allows students to drop markers onto a predefined area of a background image. The predefined areas on the background image are not visible to the student. Note: When dragging a marker, students must position the little circle in the center of the area they have...
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For the Drag and Drop Onto Image question type, images or words are dragged and dropped onto pre-defined fields on a background image. ...
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Embedded Answers (Cloze) questions consist of a passage of text that has various answers embedded in it. These answers can be in a multiple choice, short answer or numerical format. When creating the passage of text, instructors will need to be aware of the specific formatting rules for each embedded answer. These rules are included below and are...
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Essay Questions allow a response of a few sentences or paragraphs. This must then be graded manually. For more information, see Manual Grading . NOTE: For longer essays, it is recommended that instructors use the Assignment ...
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Matching questions consist of a content area (which may include a list of sub-questions) and a list of names or statements that students must match correctly. Each match is equally weighted to contribute towards the grade for the total question. (For example, if a Matching question has 10 pairs and is worth 10 points, a student could score an 8/10...
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From the student perspective, a numerical question looks just like a short-answer question. The difference is that numerical answers are allowed to have an accepted error. This allows a fixed range of answers to be evaluated as one answer. For example, if the answer is 30 with an accepted error of 5, then any number between 25 and 35 will be accepted as correct. You are...
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An OU Multiple Response question is a multiple-choice, multiple-response question type. The main difference from a standard Multiple Choice question type is the way the grading works. When creating a question, the teacher simply indicates which choices are correct. If there are n number of choices, the student scores ...
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Random Short-Answer Matching Questions are like a standard Matching question , with answer options in a list, but the sub-questions are generated from the Short Answer questions in the current category. The available answers are generated from the acceptable answers to each short-answer selected. If a short-answer...
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The Select Missing Words question is very similar to the Drag and Drop into Text question type, but the words/phrases are in a dropdown menu. This is helpful when the text is quite long and students would have to scroll a lot to drag and drop. ...
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In a short answer question, the student types in a word or phrase in response to a question (that may include a image). Answers may or may not be case sensitive. The answer could be a word or a phrase, but it must match one of your acceptable answers exactly. It's a good idea to keep the required answer as short as possible to avoid missing a correct answer that's phrased differently.
Article Id: 20324
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