To create a Radio Response problem, create a new resource
as described in section . This is a "problem"
resource so the URL must end in ".problem". You should see a screen
as in figure .
Figure 1: Radio Response Creation Form
You will need to specify the question text and foil statements.
The Correct Option drop down box controls whether or not a given
answer will be accepted as a correct answer. If it is set to true,
that answer will be considered a correct answer. Any number of foils can
be marked true, but only one will be shown to any given student.
If it is set to false, it will be considered an incorrect answer.
If it is set to Unused, the system will not use that foil.
- Select a radio response template from the menu. You will be presented a form such as in
the figure .
- In the Text Block at the top of the problem, remove the sample text
and type the question for your problem. Ex: "What is two plus
- Locate the Response: One of N statements element. In the Max
Number of Shown Foils text box, place the number of foils you wish to display
to the student.
- Locate Foil 1. Remove the text that is in the text box and put the
correct answer for the problem in the Text Block. For example,
"Four." Make sure this is set to true in the Correct
- Below it, you will see Foil 2. Remove the text in the text box and
put an incorrect answer for the problem. Ex: "Purple."
Make sure this is set to false in the Correct Option field.
- Repeat the previous step until you've filled in all of the other incorrect
answers you wish to offer the students.
- Once you've filled in all of the incorrect answers, delete any extra foils or
change the Correct Options on the other foils to Unused.
Figure 2: Hint Element
- Scroll down to the Hint element. See the figure
Type some text that will help students when they answer incorrectly. You
may delete the hint by selecting Yes from the Delete drop-down
- Click the Submit Changes button located at the top of the frame.
If you do not do this, your changes will not be saved.