16 September 2014

Grading Matching Questions

I found a helpful web page that included this succinct explanation of how the grade options work for matching questions:
NOTE: In the Choices section, be sure to choose a grading option. 
Equally weighted (Recommended)
The points for the question are divided evenly among all the matches.EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 3 points.
All or nothing
If the matches are not all correct, the student will receive zero points for the question. EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 0 points.
Right minus wrong
The points for the question are divided evenly among the matches, EXAMPLE: If a matching question worth 5 points has five matches, and a student correctly matches three of them, the student will receive 1 point.
Thanks to our friends at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for making this resource available.
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