The match question consists of two or more columns and rows. Normally, the columns contain premises (the thing you are asking about) and the rows contain the responses (the options to pick from). Each item in the column is paired with at least one item in the row. The Students have to couple the rows to the columns.
How to create a match question
- Create an assignment.
- Click New exercise, fill in a title and click Save.
- Click New question, select Match and click Save.
- Fill in the question description.
- Click the drop-down button Match layout and choose Matrix or Drag and drop.
- Click Add rows and next click the create-icon in the new row. Fill in the answer option or upload an image by clicking the photo_size_select_actual-icon in the text editor.
- Repeat this for all rows
- Click Add columns and next click the create-icon in the new row. Fill in the answer option or upload an image by clicking the photo_size_select_actual-icon in the text editor.
- Repeat this for all columns
- Click the more_vert-icon at the top of the question and you can use various options.
- Click Save.
Options for a match question:
This marks the question as a bonus question.
This question will not be taken into account for the grades of exempt students.
- Partial scoring
Students will receive points when their answer is partly correct. For example, if the total number of points they can receive for a question is 2 and their answer is 50% correct, they will still receive 1 point. Without this option, they can only receive 0 or the maximum number of points.
How to add a grading scheme to a match question
- Click Grading scheme in the menu at the top.
- Go to the question for which you want to set the grading scheme.
- Click the drop-down button Choice type and choose One correct answer or Multiple correct answers.
- It is optional to fill in feedback that will be shown when the results are published for:
- completely correct answers.
- not completely correct answers.
- incorrect answers.
- Fill in the number of points each combination is worth.
- OR click Options and select Use product rule. Next, select the answer combinations.
- You can use the Calculate points-button to calculate the maximum points. The points of all the answer options will be summed up automatically.
Or You can manually set the maximum number of points.
- Click the more_vert-icon and you can use various options.
- Click Save.
Options for grading:
- Product rule
When using the product rule for grading, select the correct answer options.
- Grading description
A solution for the reviewers (and for students when published). The grading description can be an extensive elaboration, an image, or a file.
- Start with zero points (For the points-grading method only)
Select this option to allow all students to start with zero points before grading.
- Limit minimum to zero points (For the points-grading method only)
Select this option to allow all students to receive no negative points for this question.
- Limit maximum to total points (For the points-grading method only)
Select this option to allow all students to receive a maximum amount of points of the total amount of points for this question.
error_outline This question will be graded automatically and therefore it is not possible to change the score of a specific student. You can only change the points from the question.