Single choice image question offers a set of possible answers in the form of images with only one correct answer.

Use single choice image questions to check if learners can visually recognize the correct answer.

How to create a single choice image question in Easygenerator

  • Select the single choice image question from the left-hand panel and add it to a section.

  • Add a question title and instructions. 

  • Click Add image button on the image tile to add or upload images (260x260 px) for the answer options.

Note: The image option allows you to upload an image from your computer, your image library, stock images library, or add via the link.

Also, you can drag and drop an image as well as copy the image from your device with Ctrl+C/Cmd+C, select the image block so it becomes blue, and paste the image here with Ctrl+V/Cmd+V.

Please note that if you replace the image with this option, the alternative text you added to the image before will disappear.

NOTE: copy-pasting images is not applicable in the Firefox browser

  • Create feedback for correct and incorrect answers.

  • Optional: add a voice-over

  • You can reorder, delete and copy the answer options at any step of creating the course. Hover over the answer option block and use the respective option that appears

Tips for writing good single choice image questions

  • The question instruction should be meaningful and state a specific problem that focuses on the learning objective. 

  • Do not use negative phrases unless absolutely necessary. They confuse the learners. Use them only when the learning objective requires it. And, emphasize it with italics.

  • A good question instruction should ideally be a question and not a partial statement. 

  • The answer options should be credible. The incorrect options should act as plausible distractors. If the alternatives are not reasonable, then the correct answer is evident. You do not want the learners to be able to guess it easy. 

  • Keep a consistent visual design (style, colour, spacing, typography).

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