How to add a multiple choice question to a quiz activity?


Prepare:


Entering Quiz Questions

  1. Access the quiz activity that you created, and under Administration block select Edit quiz.

     
  2. At the top or bottom of the question list, click Add and then select a new question.

     
  3. Select Multiple choice as the type of question to add.
    Question type


Using the Question Editor

After selecting the type of question you wish to edit or add, use the question editor to prepare options. Include questions, images, answers, grading options and all additional settings.

Here's an example: Adding Multiple Choice

  1. Select the category where this question needs to be placed.

     
  2. Enter the Question name. This name will only be seen by the instructor.
     Multiple Choice Question
  3. Enter Question text and select the name and grade category.
     
  4. You may add General feedback for the student after they have attempted the question. The same general feedback text is shown to all students. Continue to select options regarding multiple answers, order, and labeling of the choices.
    General feedback
     
  5. Edit and customize your answers including the grade for each answer. You may provide feedback to the student for incorrect or correct answers.
    Enter answer choices

  6. Continue to address whether you would like to allow for multiple attempts at the question. You may also establish a penalty based on percentage for each incorrect attempt.

    Settings for multiple tries

  7. You may also provide a maximum of 3 hints. They will display after the incorrect answer is displayed.
    hints

  8. Continue to review optional features and select Save changes when complete.

View the video below to learn more about:

Creating a Quiz Activity

To view the full screen visit the following page on YouTube.

 

2017-05-19 17:08 Josh Bruck
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