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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Allowing new discussions</B></P><P>For most forums you will want to allow non-teachers to start new discussion topics (threads).<P>Sometimes, however, you will want to disable this ability. For example, this is useful for the News forum when you only want teachers to post new items that appear on the course main page. Students will still be able to REPLY to existing posts though.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Attachments for posts</B></P><P>You can optionally attach ONE file from your own computer to any post in the forums. This file is uploaded to the server and stored with your post.<P>This is useful when you want to share a picture, for example, or a Word document.<P>This file can be of any type, however it is highly recommended that the file is named using standard 3-letter internet suffixes such as .doc for a Word document, .jpg or .png for an image, and so on. This will make it easier for others to download and view your attachment in their browsers.<P>If you re-edit a posting and attach a new file, then any previous attached files for that post will be replaced. <P>If you re-edit a posting with an attachment and leave this space blank, then the original attachment will be retained.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Forum Types</B></P><P>There are several different types of forum to choose from:<P><B>A single simple discussion</B> - is just a single topic, all on one page.Useful for short, focussed discussions.<P><B>Standard forum for general use</B> - is an open forum where any one can start a new topic at any time. This is the best general-purpose forum.<P><B>Each person posts one discussion</B> - Each person can post exactly one new discussion topic (everyone can reply to them though). This is useful when you want each student to start a discussion about, say, their reflections on the week's topic, and everyone else responds to these.<P>(More development to come in future versions of Moodle)
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Forum Subscription</B></P><P>When a person is subscribed to a forum it means that they will be sent email copies of every post in that forum(posts are sent about <?PHP echo $CFG->maxeditingtime/60 ?> minutes after the post was first written).<P>People can usually choose whether or not they want to be subscribed to each forum.<P>However, if a teacher forces subscription on a particular forum then this choice is taken away and everyone in the class will get email copies.<P>This is especially useful in the News forum and in forumstowards the beginning of the course (before everyone has worked out that they can subscribe to these emails themselves).
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Quiz attempts</B></P><P>Students may be allowed to have multiple attempts at a quiz.<P>This can help make the process of taking the quiz more of an educational activity rather than simply an assessment.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Question categories</B></P><P>Rather than keeping all your questions in one big list, you can create categories to keep them in.<P>Each category consists of a name and a short description.<P>Each category can also be "published", which means that the category (and all questions in it) will be available to all courses on this server, so that other courses can use your questions in their quizzes.<P>Categories can also be created or deleted at will. However, if you try to delete a category containing questions, then you will be asked to specify another category to move them to.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Show correct answers</B></P><P>If you enable correct answers, then the feedback will show also show the correct answer for each question (highlighted in a bright colour).</P>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Feedback</B></P><P>If you enable quiz feedback, then students will receive question feedback on every answer (right or wrong).</P>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Grading method</B></P><P>When multiple attempts are allowed, there are different ways you can use the grades to calculate the student's final grade for the quiz.<P><B>Highest grade</B><P><UL><P>The final grade is the highest (best) grade in any attempt.</UL><P><B>Average grade</B><P><UL><P>The final grade is the average (simple mean) grade of all attempts.</UL><P><B>First grade</B><P><UL><P>The final grade is the grade gained on the first attempt (other attempts are ignored).</UL><P><B>Last grade</B><P><UL><P>The final grade is the grade gained on the most recent attempt only.</UL>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Maximum grade</B></P><P>The maximum grade you set for a quiz is what all grades are scaled to.<P>For example, you might set the max grade to 20, because the quiz is worth 20% of the whole course.<P>Even though you might have 10 questions in your quiz worth a total of 50 marks, all grades out of 50 will be "scaled down" to the quiz max grade of 20.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Multiple Choice questions</B></P><P>In response to a question (that may include a image) the respondent chooses from multiple answers. There are two types of multiple choice questions - single answer and multiple answer.<P>Single-answer questions allow one and only one answer to be chosen. Generally all the grades for such a question should be positive.<P>Multiple-answer questions allow one or more answers to be chosen - each answer may carry a positive or negative grade, so that choosing ALL the options will not necessarily result in good grade. If the total grade is negative then the total grade for this question will be zero. Careful, it is possible to create questions that have scores greater than 100%.<P>Finally, each answer (right or wrong) should include feedback - this feedback will be shown to the respondent next to each of their answers (if the quiz itself is configured to show feedback).</P>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Creating a new question</B></P><P>You can add a variety of different types of questions to a category:</P><P><B>Multiple Choice</B></P><UL><P>In response to a question (that may include a image) the respondent chooses from multiple answers. There are two types of multiple choice questions - single answer and multiple answer.<P>More info: <?php helpbutton("multichoice", "", "quiz") ?></P></UL><P><B>Short Answer</B></P><UL><P>In response to a question (that may include a image), the respondent types a word or phrase. There may several possible correct answers, with different grades. Answers may or may not be sensitive to case.</P><P>More info: <?php helpbutton("shortanswer", "", "quiz") ?></P></UL><P><B>True/False</B></P><UL><P>In response to a question (that may include a image), the respondent selects from two options: True or False.</P><P>More info: <?php helpbutton("truefalse", "", "quiz") ?></P></UL><P><B>Random</B></P><UL><P>(Not yet implemented) Allows you to select a number of other questions from which one gets randomly selected each time a student attempts the quiz.</P><P>More info: <?php helpbutton("random", "", "quiz") ?></P></UL>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Random question</B></P>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Short Answer questions</B></P><P>In response to a question (that may include a image) the respondent types a word or short phrase.<P>There may be several possible correct answers, each with a different grade. If the "Case sensitive" option is selected, then you can have different scores for "Word" or "word".<P>Answers are compared exactly, so be careful with your spelling!
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Opening and closing the quiz</B></P><P>You can specify times when the quiz is accessible for people to make attempts.<P>Before the opening time, and after the closing time, the quiz will be unavailable.
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>True/False questions</B></P><P>In response to a question (that may include a image) the respondent chooses from True or False.<P>If feedback is enabled, then the appropriate feedback message is shown to the respondent after answering the quiz. For example, if the correct answer is "False", but they answer "True" (getting it wrong) then the "True" feedback is shown.</P>
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-<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Reading</B></P>
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-<P>When reading texts quickly it is often very easy to misunderstand what the
- author was trying to say.</P>
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-<P>To avoid misunderstanding, read their words carefully and try to see things
- from the author's point of view.<P>
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-<P>It can also help to think of what the author has NOT said or left in doubt
- - this may help you form questions in your own mind.</P>
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-<P ALIGN=RIGHT><?php helpbutton("questions", get_string("helpquestions"), "moodle", true, true) ?></P>
-<P ALIGN=RIGHT><?php helpbutton("writing", get_string("helpwriting"), "moodle", true, true) ?></P>

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