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Discover all the types of questions available on Wooflash
Which question-types can we find on Wooflash?
You will find the following question-types: Common questions: Flashcard Short answer Fill in the Blanks Multiple Choice Question Single Choice Question Advanced questions: Sorting Self Assessment Math Expression Script Concordance Test Matching Slide Essay Find on Image Label on Image Judgment Concordance Test Dictation
What is the "Audio" question?
The "Dictation" question allows you to test your students from an audio file or from your recorded voice. Students write down the text they hear and Wooflash corrects them, telling them where they made mistakes. It is very helpful for reinventing traditional dictations with language exercises, audio podcast recordings and also for example medicine with heartbeat or breath sounds. To do this: Create a "Dictation" question Select the audio you want to play by recording yourself, from a link
How does the "Slide" question work?
The "Slide" question allows teachers to share content, images or videos for information purposes. How does it work for the teacher? Step 1: Select the "Slide" question type Step 2: Create the question To create a "Slide" : Add the elements you wish to detail !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/ac30bd309416f800/capture-decran-2021-05-21-
How does the "Matching" question work?
The "Matching" question tests your students' understanding of a concept by asking them to link items together. How does it work for the teacher? Step 1: Select the type of question "Matching" Step 2: Fill in a question and the elements to be linked To create a match, you need to ask a question (e.g. "Relate the simplified structure of the following compounds to their s
How to use the "Label on image" question?
To label an image: Create a question Select the question "Caption an image". Select an image Add a caption (this allows you to place numbers on the image and then have your students guess what the designated locations are) or add a blur (useful for hiding an existing caption for example)
How does the "Flashcard" question work?
The principle of the flashcards is as follows: put one idea per card and formulate the question to be remembered on the front. On the back, the answer to the question can take different forms: pictures, numbers, definitions. This memorization technique is particularly effective for learning many words and phrases in a foreign language. How does it work for the teacher? Step 1: Select the "Flashcard" question type !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/ac30bd309416f8
How does the "Find on image" question work?
The "Find on image" feature asks students to identify a specific element in the picture. How does it work? Step 1: Select the "Find on image" question type Step 2: Fill in a question, add an image and indicate the correct area To create a "Find on image" question: Add a question Add an image and indicate the correct area(s) !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/h
How does the "Math Expression" question work?
The "Math Expression" question allows students to answer questions using mathematical language. How does it work for the teacher? Step 1: Select the "Math Expression" question type Step 2: Create the question To create a "Math Expression" question: Add the question statement Add the mathematical answer elements !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpde
How does the "Sorting" question work?
The "Sorting" question asks students to compare items with each other by ranking them. These can be historical events or concepts. How does it work? Step 1: Select the "Ranking" question type Step 2: Create the question To create a "Rating" question: Add a question Add the ranked items in the correct order. Our algorithm will shuffle them randomly when the ques
How does the "Judgment Concordance Test" question work?
About the Judgment Concordance The Centre for Applied Health Sciences Education (CPASS) of the University of Montreal describes the Judgment Concordance as an exercise that: "consists of placing the participant before cases presented in short vignettes reflecting the complexity and ambiguity often encountered in professional practice. The task of the participant is to make judgements about the appropriateness or inappropriateness of professional or ethical behaviours. The Concordance of Jud
How does the "Script Concordance Test" (SCT) work?
What is the SCT and what is it used for? The CPASS (Centre for Applied Health Sciences Education; editor's note) of the University of Montreal describes the Script Concordance Test as "an instrument for assessing reasoning in the context of uncertainty. Although it was designed and developed in the health sciences, this test can be used in all professional fields." The Script Concordance Test: Places the candidates to be assessed in an authentic professional context. Confronts these