Item banks such as the CASE Item Bank and the Navigate Item Bank contain various types of items. You can also create your own items of certain types. This article describes the most common item types. (Note: Some types have more than one name associated with them.)
Tip: If you are creating a classroom assessment, select the Item Type drop-down list to see all the items of that type. Click on any of them to see a sample item.
Drag and drop textural choices into spaces provided. Not all answers will be used.
Click on the x-axis values and drag the arrows up to complete the plot. (The example plot below shows a plot completed with the correct answer.)
Click appropriate answer choice in each row.
Click and drag phrases into spaces provided.
Click the drop-downs and select an answer from the choices listed.
Click and drag choices into the boxes within the text.
Enter up to 10,000 words in the box provided.
Use the graphing tools to create a plot on the graph provided.
Use the graphing tools to create a plot on the 1st quadrant graph provided.
Click on the correct highlighted image(s).
Drag provided images into the spaces provided in the image above.
Click and drag answer choices into the boxes provided in the image above.
Click and drag the images provided into the boxes provided above.
Click in the empty boxes. Mathematical entry tools appear. Use the tools to enter a correct answer into the box or type from the keyboard.
Mathematical entry tools appear when you click in an empty box:
Click in the empty box. Mathematical entry tools appear. Use the tools to enter a correct answer into the box or type from the keyboard.
Mathematical entry tools appear when you click in the space provided:
Select one or more of the answer choices.
Select one correct answer.
Click the tool, and then click on the number line to create the object. The example below shows how it looks after a student places a point on the number line.
Click and drag the answer choices onto the number line provided.
Click and drag the statements in the list up or down to put them into the correct order.
Click each part in the figure to shade it in.
Enter the mathematical answer in the space provided.
Complete the bar graph by clicking the name of each month and dragging each bar to represent the given data.
Arrange the items in order by clicking and dragging them from the left to the right.
Highlight the answer by hovering over and selecting the underlined text.