Matching

Matching

Matching questions are the type of questions where you have to drag and move the choices on the right side of the screen to the items on the left side and rearrange them so that they correspond.
This question type does not support the insertion of images, sounds, or mathematical expressions in the choice section.

 

  This question asks you to answer the correspondence.

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creation method

Matching questions can be created in a "text format" or "table format" way.

 

  • text
  • tabular form
  • Quiz creation form

The first line, starting with #, is the setting for the entire quiz. The question data is entered in blank lines. The first line of each block is the question text, the second line is a fixed "match:", and the third and subsequent lines are the "correspondence source::correct answer choices". In the real player, the source of the correspondence is fixed and the choices are randomly sorted.

In the following example, the first question reads, "With respect to synonyms, correct the combination.
The correct answer choices, from top to bottom, are "abuse" for "patronage," "danger" for "safety," "legal" for "illegal," and "follow through" for "reform.

#messages_intro:Combination problem
#shuffle_questions:false
#mode:master
#movable:true

1) For the synonyms, fix the correct combination.
match:
Patronage::Abuse
Safety::Danger
Illegal::Legal
Reform::follow

2) Match the correct combination for the weight of the coin.
match:
1 yen::1g
5yen::3.75g
10yen::4.5g
50yen::4g

3) Correct the combination.
match:
January::January
March::March
December::December
November::November

4) Correct the combination.
match:
H::Hydrogen
N::Nitrogen
Ca::calcium
K::potassium

5) Correct the combination.
match:
Matsue City::Shimane Prefecture
Takamatsu City::Kagawa Prefecture
Matsuyama City::Ehime Prefecture
Tsu City::Mie Prefecture

The first line, starting with #, is the configuration for the whole question. #format:table in the first line declares that the question data should be written in tabular format. 4 and later, each line corresponds to a question. Each line contains the question text, "match:", and "the source of the correspondence::the correct answer choice".

In the following example, the first question reads, "With respect to synonyms, correct the combination.
The correct answer choices, from top to bottom, are "abuse" for "patronage," "danger" for "safety," "legal" for "illegal," and "follow through" for "reform.
Click here to see samples match1-2.xlsx

A b C d e d
1 #format:table
2 #messages_intro:Combination problem
3 #shuffle_questions:false
4 #mode:master
5 #movable:true
6 1) For the synonyms, fix the correct combination. match: Patronage::Abuse Safety::Danger Illegal::Legal Reform::follow
7 2) Match the correct combination for the weight of the coin. match: 1 yen::1g 5yen::3.75g 10yen::4.5g 50yen::4g
8 3) Correct the combination. match: January::January March::March December::December November::November
9 4) Correct the combination. match: H::Hydrogen N::Nitrogen Ca::calcium K::potassium
10 5) Correct the combination. match: Matsue City::Shimane Prefecture Takamatsu City::Kagawa Prefecture Matsuyama City::Ehime Prefecture Tsu City::Mie Prefecture

1. Log in and click on Content Management in the sidebar or the red box on My Page.

 

2. Click the menu button (+ button) of the content management, and then click "Create Question".

 

3. Fill in the title of the question creation form.

 

Click "Go to Edit Question" of the question. 4.

 

5. Set the question format to "Combination".

 

Write the combination of the question text and the correct answer. Click the + button to add a choice, or the - button to delete a choice.

If you need explanations, you can write them, and you can also check them in the preview when all the descriptions are completed. If there is no problem, click Close.

 

7. Click the + button to add a question, or the - button to delete a question. If there are no problems, click "Publish" to complete the process.

 

8. The following image shows the completed problem.

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