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History Teaching with Moodle 2 by John Mannion

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Creating an end of topic quiz

The emphasis in the previous section was on demonstrating how straightforward it is to use the quiz tool. There is no substitute for a teacher's expertise in formulating the questions appropriate to his or her students. A quiz could be an end of topic test to find out how much your students have learned. This could involve creating questions that require written answers. You may want to set a period during which the test must be taken, allow a maximum of two attempts, and be able to differentiate between students who scored well on their first attempt. Students who scored below 60% could be invited to make a second attempt at the test.

Let us therefore look at a more challenging quiz that requires students to write ...

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