Single Choice Set Tutorial
The Single Choice Set content type allows allows content designers to create question sets with one correct answer per question. The end user gets immediate feedback after submitting each answer.
In this tutorial you will learn:
- When to use Single Choice Set
- How to create a Single Choice Set
Here's the Single Choice Set we'll create in this tutorial.
When to use Single Choice Set questions
Single Choice Set questions can be used for testing skills related to any topic, and can be an effective assessment tool. With immediate feedback and a summary at the end, user learning is reinforced. Single Choice Set features sound effects for correct and wrong (sound effects may be turned off).
Let's say you want to create a Single Choice Set question about Goji berries. We'll create the test example from Examples and downloads page.
Step 2: Create a Single Choice Set
Select the New content option and choose Single Choice Set from the list of Content types:
The top part of the editor looks like this:
In this tutorial we'll focus on creating the Single Choice Set question content. The content creation happens in the top part of the editor, so we'll only focus on this for now.
The Single Choice Set question content type consists of a question and a set of alternatives. The Question is used to introduce the problem to be solved, and the alternatives are the possible answers the learner can choose from.
Step 3: Question and Alternatives
Write the first question under Question and enter the three alternatives under ‘Alternatives’. In order to create additional alternatives press the ‘Add answer’ button. The first (top) answering alternative is always the correct one. But don't worry, the answering alternatives will be randomized in the end user view. Also remember that you can only have one correct answering alternative for each question.
Fill in the rest of the alternatives.
The Single Choice Editor should now look like this:
Step 4: Add Question
You can add additional questions by clicking the ‘Add question’ button.Click 'add question' and fill in the newly added question with alternatives.
Fill in your third question so that your editor looks somewhat like this:
Step 5: Re-ordering
You may change the order of questions by pressing the
You can also change the order of the alternatives in the same way. Just use the
You will have something like this when you swap the second and third alternatives of the third question:
Step 6: Finishing up
Press Save/create when you are done!
You should now have the same result as the example.
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