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Lesson: Adding Pages Moodle ISU
The lesson module enables you to create an adaptive learning experience consisting of a series of pages containing multimedia content or questions.
This guide will help you to:
If you need to learn how to add a lesson, or learn about the lesson settings, see Lesson: Settings
The process of adding pages can look different depending on if this is the first page you are adding, and if you are displaying the collapsed or expanded view. While the links may be placed differently, the process is the same. The first time you edit a lesson you will see the screenshot below which will ask “What would you like to do first?” prompting you to add one of the three page types, or to import questions.
Questions can be imported in a variety of formats. The question types that can be imported from the Quiz question bank into a lesson are the following: Essay, Matching, Multichoice, Numerical, Short answer, and True/false. For more information on the different formats, see Import Questions
This is a page where you can provide information or multimedia to move the lesson forward but without requiring the student to answer specific questions.
Note: For each page you will also need to create navigation buttons with names and indicate to which page the student will jump. The jump can be relative, such as this page or next page, or absolute, specifying any one of the pages in the lesson. As you add pages, the names of each page will be added to the list of options.
In Add a question page, you have the option to choose essay, matching, multichoice, numerical, short answer, or true/false.
Note: Although there are different question types and formats they all will have a similar creation process. For any additional help or information, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Each answer (for questions) or description (for content pages) has a corresponding jump. The jump can be relative, such as this page or next page, or absolute, specifying any one of the pages in the lesson; as you add pages, the names of each page will be added to the list of options.
For more information on how clusters work, see Lesson clusters
Note: Your cluster will be added and it will have its own editing toolbar.
Note: Each answer (for questions) or description (for content pages) has a corresponding jump. The jump can be relative, such as this page or next page, or absolute, specifying any one of the pages in the lesson; as you add pages, the names of each page will be A cluster is a specific set of pages - both content and question pages. This allows you to control the flow path of the lesson.
added to the list of options.
Note: To add a sub-cluster within a cluster, use Content pages and End of branches.
Note: Use Add an end of cluster to end a cluster or to end a lesson.
After you have created a question page, content page, or cluster page. You can continue to edit the lesson pages. You can make changes anytime to lesson pages.
Note: Collapsed or Expanded view is the same information displayed differently.
For more information, see Building Lesson
For additional assistance, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email email@example.com
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