Matching Questions

April 5, 2016 Josh Neidish

*Courtesy of University of Indiana School of Medicine
 

1. Click the FITB (fill‐in‐the‐blank) and matching question button.

2. From the authoring page do three things

a. Select the folder for the question to live in.

b. Increase the questions value (weight) to reflect the number of matches.

c. Importantly, click the partial credit box. This gives the student credit for all the correct matches they make.

3. Add the text of the question, image or whatever, and in the authoring frame make a hard return to create a new line.

a. On the new line type the word or statement to be matched with the corresponding correct response, letter or whatever.

b. Place the cursor where you want the first matching word, letter or whatever, and click ‘Add New Blank’ button at the bottom of the authoring window.

c. Insert the correct letter, word, whatever response you want in the correct answer frame.

d. Place the cursor where you want the next blank and click the ‘Add New Blank’ again to insert another blank for the students to complete. Provide the answer, and so on. 

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