Question Type - Memory Match Game

Question Type - Memory Match Game (#121)

You can create a Memory Match Game (#121) question from the Create Question page. If you are familiar with our general question creating process, you can skip to Step 5 for information specific to the Memory Match Game (#121) question.

1. Name your question in the space provided and click the Save button.


2. If desired, add a stimulus to accompany the question in the space provided by clicking the Blue Pencil button and opening your Rich Text Editor. You can add text, audio, video, or images.  Click the OK button upon completion. You can name this tab or you can add a new tab with an alternative stimulus by clicking the (+) button.


3. Enter the instructions and/or prompts in the space provided. If desired, change the Point value for the question.


4. Tag learning standards to your question by clicking the Tags tab. For more information about Tagging Standards, click here. 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.


6. You can edit the settings of your Numeric Answer question by clicking on the Settings Gear.
  1. View: Decide on a background color, card image, and the speed at which unmatched cards flip (fast, medium, or slow). If desired, you can enable a timer by clicking the "Enable timer" option.
  2. Cards: Edit Card names and Matching Card Names by clicking in the white space or clicking on the Blue Pencil. Images or text can be used. To delete a Card, click on the Red X. You can add additional Cards by clicking on the +Add Card button.
  3. When you are happy with your settings, click Done.


If you would like to view examples of Memory Matching Game questions, click below:
  1. Example 1
  2. Example 2
  3. Example 3
  4. Example 4

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