Charles Kelly's Quiz Generator / Quiz Maker / Quiz Creator What does this page do? From this page you can generate a quiz that can be printed to paper or put online in various formats. How do I generate a quiz? For best results, read all of the steps below before trying to generate a quiz. Step 1: Type the quiz data in your word processor or text editor. Read the the "about" page to find out how to format the data. Step 2: Put your data in the box below. - - NOTE There should be NO RETURNS before the first line of data. NOTE There should be one and only one RETURN after the last line. Step 3: Choose the kind of quiz you want to generate. Use the quiz in your classroom. Step 4: Click the button to generate the quiz. Step 5: Save or print the resulting web page. If you generated the "For printing to paper" quiz, you have 2 options. Step 6: Contribute the quiz to a4esl.org. Paste the same data that you put in the above box into the web form, then click the "submit" button. Reminder Save your original data file. Copyright (C) 2003 by Charles Kelly
The Test Generator 1 Adjust a few settings. In a few clicks, you can completely customize your test. 2 Add your questions. On a single page, you can insert, edit, and rearrange all your questions. 3 Distribute the URL. Just email the URL to your students, or post on your website, and you're done. At a glance you can see how everyone performed. You can quickly create questions, move them around, copy them, import questions from your other tests, change question types, and move questions into pools. The test is autosaved while you're working on it, so you don't have to worry about losing your changes. You can mark questions as ungraded, you can shuffle the questions for each test taker, you can shuffle the answer choices, and you can show an explanation for any question. You can even import questions from a properly formatted Excel file. Testmoz is powerful, and more features are being added all the time. Testmoz provides you with a simple URL that you can email to your students so they can start the test.
Quiz Revolution WOONOZ : logiciel pour apprendre & mémoriser ses fiches de r EasyTestMaker blubbr - Play & create video trivia games Creative Technology - Software for Teaching - TexToys TexToys is a suite of two authoring programs, WebRhubarb and WebSequitur. The programs are used to create web pages (HTML documents) which contain interactive language-learning exercises. The exercises are based on the Rhubarb and Sequitur programs originally developed by John and Muriel Higgins. Once you have created the exercises, you can deliver them to your students in the form of web pages. You can also upload them to our hosting service at hotpotatoes.net. Although it contains two different authoring programs, TexToys is downloaded and installed as a single package - see the download page for details. TexToys is shareware, so you can download and install it free of charge. Tutorial As well as pages containing detailed information about each program, we have also included a full tutorial for both programs on this site.
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