Are you creating an Advanced Assessment specifically for subjects such as World Language, Art, or Music?

You've come to the right place! This article contains information about the question types that are well suited for those subjects.

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Art

Question types that would be well suited for Art and other related subjects are:

File Upload: students can upload various file types, such as images, videos, documents, pdfs, and more.

Image Annotation Upload: students can upload an image of their work, then annotate that image.

Drawing: students can free-hand draw on a blank space or on an image you provide. There are also customizable tools you can add, like a straight-edge or protractor.

Hotspot: students can select from different areas of an image.


Business

Questions well suited for Business and other related subjects are:

Bar Chart / Histogram: students can create or modify a bar chart or histogram.

Line Chart: students create or modify Line Charts.

Dot / Line Plot: students create or modify dot plots or line plots.


Graphing in the 1st Quadrant: students can plot points, lines, and shapes in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane.

Cloze Math: students enter a math response into one or more response boxes.

Math Essay: The student can input both text and math formulas/symbols within the same response, usually when a response needs further explanation.


Performing Arts

Questions well suited for Performing Arts and other related subjects are:

Audio Recorder: students record, save and playback an audio response.

Video Recorder: students record, save and playback a video response.

File Upload: students can upload various file types, such as images, videos, documents, pdfs, and more.

Drawing: students can free-hand draw on a blank space or on an image you provide. There are also customizable tools you can add, like a straight-edge or protractor.


Physical Education and Health

Questions well suited for Physical Education, Health, and other related subjects are:

Video Recorder: students record, save and playback a video response.

File Upload: students can upload various file types, such as images, videos, documents, pdfs, and more.

Label Image with Drag and Drop: Students select from a list of potential answers and drag them to the correct response box on the image.

Hotspot: students can select from different areas of an image.


Tech Ed

Questions well suited for Tech Ed its related subjects are:

Chart Category: included in this category are bar charts, histograms, line charts, dot plots, and line plots.

Label Image with Drag and Drop: Students select from a list of potential answers and drag them to the correct response box on the image.

File Upload: students can upload various file types, such as images, videos, documents, pdfs, and more.

Cloze Math: students enter a math response into one or more response boxes.


World Languages

Questions well suited for World Language and other related subjects are:

Audio Recorder: students record, save and playback an audio response.

Video Recorder: students record, save and playback a video response.

File Upload: students can upload various file types, such as images, videos, documents, pdfs, and more.

Cloze with Drop Down: students select an option from a drop down that the teacher has provided.


Additional Resources

➡️ Don't forget about the basic question types such as multiple choice, matching, essay/short answer, and fill in the blanks!

  • Looking for the Advanced Assessment Question Guide? Click here.
  • Looking for other subjects such as math, science, history, and ELA? Click here.
  • Looking for a list of question types by category? Click here.
  • Looking for a list of question types categorized by level of difficulty to create? Click here.

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