Sometimes users may feel unmotivated and eventually lose their focus during a lesson, which hinders them from following it properly. Adding Exercise cards to a Read lesson can help mitigate this issue. Exercise is a short educative activity, which maintains users' engagement during a lesson and helps improve their comprehension of the learning material.
There are various Exercise types available in Read lessons: Multiple Choice, Yes or No, CheckBox, Essay, Fill in the Blank, Drag & Drop, Multiple Choice Image, Slider, Scrabble, and Swipe. Continue reading this article to learn more about these Exercise types.
1. Multiple Choice
A Multiple Choice is a form of assessment where users answer a question by selecting only the correct choice. Each question contains a minimum of two answers to a maximum of four answers.
2. Yes or No
Yes or No is a close-ended question answered by choosing one of the two available options.
A CheckBox is a multiple-choice question that users answer by selecting one choice or more.
4. Fill in the blank
Fill in the Blank is an exercise where users are tasked to write a short piece of text. It may contain an open-ended or closed-ended question.
An Essay exercise is similar to Fill in the Blank, but users may put more than one answer. It may contain an open-ended or closed-ended question.
6. Drag & Drop
Drag & Drop is an interactive exercise where users drag cards that contain answers into the right box.
7. Multiple Choice Image
In a Multiple Choice Image, users answer the question by swiping the screen to the right and to the left to choose one of the available images.
Swipe is an Exercise where users answer the question by swiping the answers to the right or the left.
In a Scramble exercise, users answer the question by arranging jumbled letters into a proper word.
A Slider is a form of a rating scale that evaluates users based on the scores that they receive after answering a set of close-ended questions. They can drag the slider button to the left or to the right to choose one of the available answers.
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