Rise: Question Types for Quiz Lessons

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Rise supports the following question types in quiz lessons. Get all the details below.

Multiple Choice

Create assessments quickly and easily with multiple-choice quiz questions.

  1. Edit an existing quiz lesson or create a new one in a Rise course.
  2. Then click Add Question in the lower left corner of the quiz editor and choose Multiple Choice.
  3. Enter your question text and answer choices in the main window.
  4. Select the radio button for the correct answer choice.
  5. You can rearrange answer choices by dragging them up and down the list. Just hover over an answer choice, click and hold the vertical dots that appear, drag the response up or down, then release your mouse to drop it in place.
  6. And if you’d like to add media to your question, click the camera icon in the upper right corner; then upload an image or video, search Content Library for an image, or embed web content.

Add optional feedback by using the drop-down list in the lower right corner to choose the type of feedback you'd like to provide.

  • Select Any Response when you just need a single feedback statement for the entire question, whether learners get it right or wrong. Then enter your feedback in the field at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select Correct/Incorrect when you want to give learners one feedback statement for the correct response and another for all incorrect responses. Then enter your feedback in both fields at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select By Choice when you want to give learners different feedback for each answer choice. Then enter your feedback in the fields that appear to the right of each answer choice.

Here are some tips for working with multiple-choice questions:

  • Each question requires at least two answer choices, and you can add as many as you’d like.
  • If you create a multiple-choice question and then decide you’d prefer to use a multiple-response question instead, just click the Multiple Choice drop-down arrow in the upper right corner and switch to Multiple Response.

Multiple Response

Challenge learners to really understand course content with multiple-response quiz questions. They let you create assessments that have more than one correct answer.

  1. Edit an existing quiz lesson or create a new one in a Rise course.
  2. Then click Add Question in the lower left corner of the quiz editor and choose Multiple Response.
  3. Enter your question text and answer choices in the main window.
  4. Mark the boxes for all correct answer choices.
  5. You can rearrange answer choices by dragging them up and down the list. Just hover over an answer choice, click and hold the vertical dots that appear, drag the response up or down, then release your mouse to drop it in place.
  6. And if you’d like to add media to your question, click the camera icon in the upper right corner; then upload an image or video, search Content Library for an image, or embed web content.

Add optional feedback by using the drop-down list in the lower right corner to choose the type of feedback you'd like to provide.

  • Select Any Response when you just need a single feedback statement for the entire question, whether learners get it right or wrong. Then enter your feedback in the field at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select Correct/Incorrect when you want to give learners one feedback statement for the correct response and another for all incorrect responses. Then enter your feedback in both fields at the bottom of the screen.

Here are some tips for working with multiple-response questions:

  • Each question requires at least two answer choices, and you can add as many as you’d like.
  • If you create a multiple-response question and then decide you’d prefer to use a multiple-choice question instead, just click the Multiple Response drop-down arrow in the upper right corner and switch to Multiple choice.
  • Multiple-response questions are available for quiz lessons but not knowledge check blocks.

Fill in the Blank

Ask learners to recall key words or phrases from the course content using fill-in-the-blank quiz questions.

  1. Edit an existing quiz lesson or create a new one in a Rise course.
  2. Then click Add Question in the lower left corner of the quiz editor and choose Fill in the Blank.
  3. Enter your question text and acceptable answers in the main window.
  4. If your acceptable answers are case sensitive, mark the Case sensitive box.
  5. And if you’d like to add media to your question, click the camera icon in the upper right corner; then upload an image or video, search Content Library for an image, or embed web content.

Add optional feedback by using the drop-down list in the lower right corner to choose the type of feedback you'd like to provide.

  • Select Any Response when you just need a single feedback statement for the entire question, whether learners get it right or wrong. Then enter your feedback in the field at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select Correct/Incorrect when you want to give learners one feedback statement for the correct response and another for all incorrect responses. Then enter your feedback in both fields at the bottom of the screen.

Here are some tips for working with fill-in-the-blank questions:

  • You can add up to 10 acceptable answers per question.
  • Answers aren’t case-sensitive, so learners can use uppercase or lowercase letters in their responses.
  • Fill-in-the-blank questions are available for quiz lessons but not knowledge check blocks.

Matching

Make quizzes interactive with drag-and-drop matching questions. Add up to 10 text-based matching pairs per question. For example, match countries to their capitals or chemical elements to their abbreviations. Check out this demo video and see the detailed instructions below.

  1. Edit an existing quiz lesson or create a new one in a Rise course.
  2. Then click Add Question in the lower left corner of the quiz editor and choose Matching.
  3. Enter question text or instructions at the top of the screen.
  4. Enter up to 10 text-based matching pairs below the question text. For example, you might list countries in the left column and their capitals in the right column. (If you need to delete a matching pair, hover over the row and click the garbage bin icon that appears.)

    Draggable answer choices in the left column always shuffle so learners see them in a random order. Matches in the right column don't shuffle; they stay in the order you list them.
  5. And if you’d like to add media to your question, click the camera icon in the upper right corner; then upload an image or video, search Content Library for an image, or embed web content.

Add optional feedback by using the drop-down list in the lower right corner to choose the type of feedback you'd like to provide.

  • Select Any Response when you just need a single feedback statement for the entire question, whether learners get it right or wrong. Then enter your feedback in the field at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select Correct/Incorrect when you want to give learners one feedback statement for the correct response and another for all incorrect responses. Then enter your feedback in both fields at the bottom of the screen.

Tip: Matching questions are available for quiz lessons but not knowledge check blocks.