1. Match


In the question type Match, type your question in the standard editor just as you do in all question types. The objects that you want to match, you enter or add to the two smaller editors that you can see in the figure. Each such pair of editors is linked to each other so that, as a teacher, these editors specify the objects that belong together.

A concrete example shown in the figure is that you enter "H2O" in the left editor and "Water" in the right editor. These two objects are now linked with each other and constitute the correct match. That is, if the student on the test clicks on "H2O" and then "Water" then a line is drawn between these two words and since you as a teacher have indicated that these couples belong, the student will be entitled to this answer. If the student matches otherwise than just mentioned, no score is obtained for this match.

You can add more pairs to match by clicking the "Add word" button. If you want to fill a number to the right of this button, for example 5, then five new matching options are added which you fill in with pairs/ objects that belong together. When you have finished your matching question, click on save and add another question if you wish.

Note, in particular, that the matching question type is designed in such a way that there are always pairs in the horizontal line that belong together and not vertical pairs. It is you as a teacher who defines what is the right pair by entering the words or objects in the two smaller editors, see the figure.

Tags:
Created by Patrik Nilsson on 2019/06/25 09:22