Tipo de pregunta de relacionar columnas

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Notas del traductor: La frase inglesa matching question type se tradujo al español internacional como Tipo de pregunta de emparejamiento y al Español de México como Tipo de pregunta de relacionar columnas. El quiz module se tradujo como cuestionarios en el Español internacional y como Módulo de examen en el Español de México.

Moodle 2.x

Las preguntas de relacionar columnas (emparejamiento) tienen un área de contenido y una lista de nombres o de oraciones que deben de hacerse coincidir correctamente contra otra lista de nombres o de oraciones. Por ejemplo: "Relacione la Capital con el País" con las dos listas "Canadá, Italia, Japón" y "Ottawa, Roma, Tokio". En el Módulo de examen, cada coincidencia tiene el mismo peso para contribuir a la calificación para la regunta completa.


Configuración de la pregunta dentro del Banco de Preguntas

  1. Select the question category
  2. Give the question a descriptive name - this allows you to identify it in the question bank.
  3. Enter some instructions in the 'Question text' field to tell the students what they are matching.
  4. Set the 'Default mark' (i.e. the maximum number of points for this question).
  5. If you wish, add general feedback. This is text that appears to the student after he/she has answered the question.
  6. Check the 'shuffle' box if you want the answers in the drop-down menus to be shuffled. Note: The Quiz display setting must also be set to shuffle within a questions for this to work.
  7. For the first matching item, enter the question and a matching answer.
  8. Fill in at least two questions and three answers. You can enter as many as 10 items (or more - see 'See also' below). You can provide extra wrong answers by giving an answer with a blank question.
  9. Set the 'Penalty for each incorrect try' (see grading below).
  10. Click Save changes to add the question to the category.

Calificación

  • Each sub-question is equally weighted to contribute towards the grade for the total question. For example a student who correctly matches 3 of the 4 possible matches will receive 3/4 or 75% of the total possible score for that question.
  • The 'penalty factor' only applies when the question is used in a quiz using adaptive mode - i.e. where the student is allowed multiple attempts at a question even within the same attempt at the quiz. If the penalty factor is more than 0, then the student will lose that proportion of the maximum grade upon each successive attempt. For example, if the default question grade is 10, and the penalty factor is 0.2, then each successive attempt after the first one will incur a penalty of 0.2 x 10 = 2 points.

Entradas repetidas

It is possible to have repeated entries in one of the lists but care should be taken to make the repeats identical. For example "Identify the type of these creatures" with the lists "Ant, Cow, Dog, Sparrow" and "Insect, Mammal, Mammal, Bird".

Preguntas ordenadas

In the Quiz module, it is possible for both the question list and the answer list to be shuffled. The answer list is always shuffled. The "shuffle within questions" must be "Yes" as a quiz setting under Display AND the shuffle question box must be check on the individual question.

Consider the question "Match the letter with its position in the alphabet" with the question list "1, 2, 3, 4" and answer list "A, B, C, D". The answer list is always shuffled for each student in the pull down list of the possible matches. However, only when both the quiz and individual question shuffles are turned on, will the question list be shuffled to something like "2,4,1,3".

Preguntas de relacionar columnas (emparejamiento) en Módulo Lección

Matching questions are also used in the Lesson Module. However, while they look similar to the student, they are different for the teacher. Quizzes don't have jumps.

  • In the Lesson Module, all matches must be right for the question to be scored as correct.
  • What is called the question list in a Quiz, does not shuffle in the Lesson Module. In the earlier example, A, B, C , D will always be in that order and 1,2,3,4 will always be shuffled in the Lesson Module.
  • Lesson Module has an "answer" and a "matching answer" instead of a "question" and "answer".
  • In Lesson Module there has to be matching pairs. It is not possible to have 4 items in one list to match with 1 of 5 items in another list. Both lists will be equal in their number.

Preguntas ordenadas en Módulo Lección

In the Lesson Module, unlike Tipo de pregunta de opción múltiple or the Quiz Module, the question list is always the same order and the choices are shown in a random order.

Tips y trucos

  • Matching questions look better on screen if you put the longer piece of text in the question and not the match. For example, when vocabulary matching put the single word in the match and the definition sentence in the question. Otherwise the drop down for long questions will be awkward to use and difficult to read.
  • Matching questions in a Lesson module are slightly different than in a Quiz module when the teacher is in edit mode. For example, there are scoring differences and a quiz does not use saltos.

Vea también


Moodle 1.9

Emparejamiento

Después de una introducción (opcional), se presenta una lista de preguntas junto con una lista de respuestas. El alumno debe seleccionar la respuesta correcta que corresponda a cada pregunta de la lista.

El alumno debe seleccionar una respuesta que corresponda en cada sub-pregunta.

Cada sub-pregunta es ponderada por igual para conseguir la puntuación total de la pregunta completa.

Nota: las preguntas de emparejamiento no permiten comentarios (feedback).

Truco

Es muy recomendable poner la parte más larga en la pregunta no la respuesta a emparejar. En el caso de respuestas muy largas los desplegables serán ilegibles para los usuarios.