Exercise is a short educative activity in a Read lesson that will help you study the learning material in an enjoyable way. A Read lesson may contain the following Exercise types: Multiple Choice, Yes or No, CheckBox, Essay, Fill in the Blank, Drag & Drop, Multiple Choice Image, Slider, Scrabble, and Swipe. Read the following list to learn about the mechanic of these Exercise types.
1. Multiple Choice
A Multiple Choice is an Exercise consisting of a question and a set of choices. You can answer the 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 can be answered by selecting one choice or more.
4. Fill in the blank
Fill in the Blank is an exercise completed by writing a short piece of text. The exercise may contain an open-ended or closed-ended question.
The mechanic in an Essay exercise is similar to Fill in the Blank, but you may put more than one answer. The exercise may contain an open-ended or closed-ended question.
6. Drag & Drop
Drag & Drop is an interactive exercise that tasks you to drag a card containing an answer into the right box.
7. Multiple Choice Image
In a Multiple Choice Image, you answer the question by swiping the screen to the right and to the left to choose one of the available images.
A Swipe is an exercise carried out by swiping the answer to the right or the left.
In a Scramble exercise, you answer the question by arranging jumbled words.
A Slider is a form of a rating scale that makes an evaluation based on the scores that you receive after answering a set of close-ended questions. You answer the question by dragging the slider button to the left or to the right to choose one of the five available answers.