Are you creating an Advanced Assessment specifically geared toward social studies or history content?
You've come to the right place! This article contains information about the question types that are well suited for social studies assessments.
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In this article you will find:
Two-Column Question Layout
Do you want to have two columns in your question, for example, with a passage on one side and questions on the other? Check out this resource for more information.
Cloze with Text
This question type allows the student to types short answers into fields within a passage of text.
Cloze with Drag and Drop
This question type question allows students to drag items (words, phrases, numbers, or pictures) and place them into the correct blanks. For more information on Cloze with Drag and Drop, click here
This question type allows you to upload an image and outline specific components (hotspots) in that image. Students will be able to select from those regions For more information on how to use the Hotspot question type, click here.
This question type allows students organize a list of responses into a specified order. This question can be used to reorder words, paragraphs of text, sentences within a paragraph, or images. For more information on how to use Order List, click here.
Written and Recorded Category
There is an entire category dedicated to questions that require written or recorded responses. See below:
Essay with Rich Text: students can give long, detailed answers to questions (up to a maximum of 10,000 words). This Essay Question type allows for more detailed formatting options, such as bold, underline, and bulleted lists.
Essay with Plain Text: students can give long, detailed answers to questions (up to a maximum of 10,000 words). This Essay Question type only allows for basic formatting options such as Copy, Cut, and Paste.
Short Text: students respond to questions which have short, definite answers, e.g. 1-2 words, or a number.
Audio Recorder: students can record audio in the assessment.
Video Recorder: This allows students to record a video in the assessment.
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