Follow these step by step instructions to create an Adjective Checkerboard question.
1. From your top navigation bar, click on Content and then select Create Question.
2. Select the Student Action button and click on the Games button. Select the Adjective Checkerboard question and then click on the Create Question button.
3. Name your question in the space provided and click the Save button.
4. Click on the Blue Pencil to open the Rich Text Editor and enter your Question Prompt/Instructions. You can add images and text in your desired font and style.
5. Add an optional pre stimulus and stimulus in the spaces provided. Enter your stimulus directly in the space provided or click the Blue Pencil button to open your Rich Text Editor. You can add videos, audio, images, links and passages in this section. You can number your passages by clicking on the green Number Selected Passages button. To add multiple passages, click on the + sign next to Edit this and add.
6. If desired, change the point value in the space provided. Click the Gear button to set up the question.
7. You can enter a list of Positive, Comparative and Superlative forms of adjectives, along with their Hints. Click on +Add Question to add more words to your list. You can also choose from a list of available words, or choose to show students random adjectives from the adjective set available on Edcite. You can Delete a Question by clicking on the red (x). You can also Enable Timer so that students are allowed only a certain amount of time to finish the game. Click on Done upon completion.
8. Tag learning standards to your question by clicking the Tags tab. For more information about Tagging Standards, click here for step by step instruction.
9. Click the Show More button to see additional options. If desired, add a Rubric, Settings, Solutions, and Hints. For more information about these options, please click here.
10. Click the Save button after you have finished creating your question.
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Updated on August 2019