Single-choice and multiple-choice questions

PRINCIPLE
By choosing this type of question, single-choice or multiple-choice questions, the author has a wide choice of tools to modulate and refine his expectations on the participant side:
time limit
number of points assigned to the question
answer required
weighting of points on the proposals
import an image, a gif, a video or an external link to illustrate the question

The question has up to 25 possible answers.

For his part, the participant selects one or more proposals from the list presented and, depending on the author's settings, has a comment box to give his opinion.


QUESTION PARAMETERS
By default, the name is set to QCM but the option to switch to QCU depends on the maximum number of responses allowed
Theme: indicate one or more themes or skills to which the answer is associated. In the participant report relating to the quiz, the results by topic are presented.
(For example: on a course on the automobile, we can associate the questions with the themes of bodywork, engine, interior, etc.)
Statement: Enter the statement of the question as it will be presented to the participants.
Time limit: define in seconds the response time given to the learner for the question. By default, this parameter is set to 0, so there is no time limit .
Points: adjust the number of points awarded if the question is answered correctly.
Maximum answer: defines the number of correct answers in the list of proposed answers, when creating the question, as well as the number of answers that the participant can select during the activity
Mandatory: yes answer must be expected to validate and go to the next question / no answer optional, the participant can validate and go to the next question without having given an answer to the question.
Allow comments: displays a "comments" box to the participant so that he can give his opinion in free entry (the latter is not taken into account for the scoring system)
List of choices: yes a list of choices appears in accordion style under the question (only available in QCU) / no the display is a fixed list under the question
Random display of answers: yes the answers are displayed to each learner in random order (notion of limiting cheating) / no the answers are always displayed in the same order, regardless of the learner or the day of the quiz

QCU-QCM parameter


ADD A MEDIA
Only one media / link is accepted per question.
media allowed : images (PNG, JPG), animation (GIF), video (MP4), all smaller than 5MB in size. A simple drag / drop is sufficient before validation.
external link : copy / paste the link (for example, a Youtube link), validate and it's done!

Added media

LIST OF PROPOSALS
Each line corresponds to a proposed answer
Clicking on "Correct / Incorrect" defines the quality of the response
“Maximum response” in the above section defines how many correct responses are enabled. By default, the answer is "Incorrect"
The red cross deletes the answer
Irreversible action

Add : adds a "suggested answer" line to the main list
Balance : balances the number of points for each correct answer in a fair and automatic way
Although this option can only be used in "game" mode, the weighting of the answers is mandatory to save the page

QCU / MCQ - Suggested answers

FEEDBACK
If the answer is correct, partially correct or incorrect, displays a message personalized by the author to the learner.
If left blank, displays simple feedback by default: correct, incorrect, partially correct.

Feedback

PARTICIPANT VIEW
The image, through the magnifying glass, is displayed in full screen.
In QCU mode, the response options are marked with a circle, in QCM, with squares.

Multiple-choice question seen by the participant
Single-choice question seen by the participant, with comments
Video seen by participant
Feedback seen by the participant

HOW TO
Create a quiz
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