Multiple Choice Questions
In this lesson you'll create a multiple choice quiz that includes answer-specific feedback.
In the Sequence quiz, we provided question-level feedback for Correct and Incorrect. In this example, we'll provide unique feedback for each choice.
If you're following along, I'm working in Lesson Files > Chapter 07 > MultipleChoice.quiz
Step 1: Create a New Question
We're using the questions and choices from the Quiz_Questions.docx for this lesson.
- Click Graded Question > Multiple Choice
- In the ENTER THE QUESTION text box, type "To chock the wheels, place the chocks:"
- Copy/paste each of the choices from your storyboard into the Choice fields
- Indicate Choice B as correct by selecting its radio button
Step 2: Change Feedback Type
Our Sequence question used Quizmaker's default feedback for correct and incorrect answers. In this example, you'll add specific feedback for each of the choices.
- In the Feedback menu, select By Answer
- In the Feedback text box, paste the correct feedback from Quiz_Questions.docx
Step 3: Insert an Image
Because this question is on wheel chocking, it's a good idea to include a visual of wheel chocks along with the question and choices.
- Click Insert > Media > Picture...
- Navigate to the Chapter_07 folder and select WheelChocks.png
- Click OK
- Click Preview
- Click Save & Close
Click Preview or Publish to view your files.
In the next lesson we'll set up a remediation slide for the multiple choice question we just created. We'll revisit Blank Slides to build the feedback slide, but this time learners will only see the slide if they answer question 2 incorrectly. For those learners who answer correctly, they'll go directly to the Results slide.
To create this functionality, we'll use Quizmaker's branching. But before we can set up the branching, we need to create our feedback slide. And that's what we'll do in the next lesson.