7 Multiple Choice Questions Without Feedback

While we highly encourage individualized feedback, we recognize it is not always necessary for every question. In those instances where feedback is not provided, we will still include feedback in the form of a Correct/Incorrect statement.

The decision you’ll have to make and communicate to us is whether:

1. The feedback for a wrong answer will include the right answer; or

2. The feedback for an incorrect answer will instead instruct the student to “try again.” 

 

Option 1: Example of how you could present the text to us:

The Chief U.S. Attorney is appointed by:

A. The President (correct)

B. The U.S. Supreme Court

C. The Department of Justice

D. The U.S. Attorney General

Instruction to CALI: Provide the correct answer.

Example as it appears in H5P:

Check your Understanding

 

Option 2: Example of how you could present the text to us:

The Chief U.S. Attorney is appointed by:

A. The President (correct)

B. The U.S. Supreme Court

C. The Department of Justice

D. The U.S. Attorney General

Instruction to CALI: Instruct the student to try again.

Example as it appears in H5P:

Check Your Understanding

 

Next, we’ll look at the basic structure for most True/False questions.

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