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Single Choice Set

Updated on January 14, 2022

Single Choice Set allows content designers to create question sets with one correct answer per question.  The end user gets immediate feedback after submitting each answer.

Single Choice Set questions can be used to test skills related to any topic and can be an effective assessment tool. With immediate feedback and a summary at the end, user learning is reinforced.

Attention: In the text section that precedes the H5P interaction section, add the following lead-in instruction: Check your knowledge with the following interaction:

To add a Single-choice set interaction:

  1. In your topic, click Add H5P interaction.
  2. From the list of content types, click Single choice set from the list of content types.  The Single Choice Set question editor should now appear.
  3. Enter a Title.  This is a required field.
  4. In the Questions & alternatives section, in the Question field, enter your question.
  5. In the Alternative fields, enter the answer options.
Note: The first alternative is the correct answer. The remaining alternatives are incorrect.
  1. Click Add Answer to add additional incorrect choices. 
Note: You can add as many answering options as you want.  To remove answering options, in the upper right-hand corner of the Questions & alternatives or Alternative sections, click X.
Note: You can change the order of the answer options by clicking and dragging either the Questions & alternatives or Alternative sections.
  1. Continue to add questions and answers to complete the set.
  2. Click Save to save your interaction.

General settings

Configure only the following controls:

Note: There must be a minimum of one section in the Topic to remove the interaction, otherwise you cannot save the changes.

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