I created a Vocabulary quiz with 18 words and definitions but when I test it it only asks one question? how do you make it ask all 18?
Thank you for your question, Jon Henson.
According to the guide What do quizzes look like in my course? it states:
When a learner takes a Vocabulary quiz, Bridge will randomly pull a question for each learner as a term question, definition question, or a true/false question.
So, if you have created 18 options, then Bridge will pull 1 question out of 18 -- thinking is, every learner taking this quiz could potentially get a different question from the set of terms that you've created.
But if you want to ensure all 18 questions are delivered, you could:
So essentially, you're adding multiple 'quiz' content items with only 1 term in each vocabulary set.
Does that help?
Yes, Thanks. I was thinking that was what I wouls have to do but was hoping Bridge had some settings built in so you could tell it to offer 1 or 5 or all to each learner. Maybe an enhancement for the future?
I just came across an issue with vocabulary quizzes and I'm surprised that this is the only related question, which leads me to wonder how many people are actually using that type of question. My issue occurred when a vocabulary question displayed for a user as T/F. It reads backwards and really like broken English. The term was "product pricing" and the explanation was "an example of confidential/proprietary information." This isn't really a defined vocabulary word, but more of a linkage of concepts. The author and I both tested this, but we never got it as a T/F question. Now that it has been deployed, someone got it as T/F and it reads "an example of confidential/proprietary information product pricing." It really doesn't even make sense, but the preview and our testing never revealed this.
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