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This is a simple multiple choice question with both questions and options as texts. The simplest question type there is.
This multiple choice question gives the option of users to choose text option with an image as a clue or question. Surely a potential favorite.
This multiple choice question presents images as options. The variation can potentially make Learning a lot more interesting.
Let's not allow long sentences in your answer options stop you from proceeding further. Arrange them vertically with this option. Problem solved.
Why not? Yeah. Put in your image, put in your text, put in your options. This combination opens up a lot more possibilities.
Simple spelling. With hints or without. Don't fool by its simplicity. You can get a ton of challenges if you set your questions right.
Another simple question type to get you going right away. This time, users will have to match the text on the left to that on the right.
Matching text to the corresponding image on the left can create loads of possibilities.
Click the options in its proper order. Either its order by size, by sequence, by weight, or by any order you can think of. The application is limitless.
The idea here is to click each word in sequence to form a complete sentence. Be careful, this can turn out to be something addictive.
Yup, the same as the one before. However, a little bit interesting with the ability to include an image.
Remember the fill in the blanks type of questions that we all used to attempt ? Well, this question type does exactly that.
Label each image with the helping words. It’s actually quite simple, yet fun and educational for the kids.
Label each part of the image using the list of helping words. This is as interesting as it can get.
No trick here. No quiz here. Just a simple info slide that could be useful as guides to your quizzes.