Examples of HTML Quizzes http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~rcaton/580/ SoftwareTools.htm http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~rcaton/580/ fill.htm http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~rcaton/580/ image.htm http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~rcaton/580/ math.htm
HTML Quiz Creation with Hot Potatoes Go to HDO/Courses/cpsc580/JavaHotPot Double click on JavaHotPotatoes6 Click JQuiz Enter a title in the Exercise Title box Enter a question in the large box after Q1 Enter multiple choice answers and feedback in the appropriate boxes Click the “Accept as correct” box after the correct choice File/Export/Create Standard V6 Page (this will create an HTML quiz that you could put on line)
HTML Quiz Creation with Hot Potatoes Change the name to ***JQ in the Save As box at the top, where *** are your initials. Navigate to Desktop in the second row Click Save and then View in Browser File/Exit (Don’t save data file) Open JavaHotPotatoes6 and click JCloze Type a sentence and select a word to hide Click Make Gap and then click Close in the box Repeat for more words Save as ***JC Put both ***JQ and ***JC in my Week7 folder
Hot Potatoes Back Up http://www.webwinder.com/quiz/ index.html Choose a quiz type at the bottom and follow the online directions Save the file as ***WW and put it in my Week 7 folder, where *** are your initials
Worksheet Generator Go to http://school.discovery.com/teaching tools/worksheetgenerator/ Create a worksheet following the on line instructions Name the worksheet ***WS and put it in the Week 7 folder.
Software Tool – Tux Paint HDO/Courses/cpsc580/ Double click Tux Paint Try the software and play. There is sound so set your speaker volume to an appropriate level at the upper right of your screen (click the speaker icon and adjust the slider). You will create an activity using Tux Paint to bring next time and a classmate will do your activity. A link to download Tux Paint is on my web page. Click Quit / Yes / No
Clip Art and Animations Go to HDO/Applications/ and double click TextEdit to open a TextEdit document Use Safari to go to http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/ Select an image. Click the image. Right click the image in the new window and choose Copy Image Go to Edit/Paste in the TextEdit menu. Animations http://www.animationlibrary.com/ Search for an animation and right click and choose Copy Image Go to Edit/Paste in the TextEdit menu. Write an explanation of what you did in the TextEdit document so someone who hasn’t done this can follow your directions and do what you did. Save the TextEdit document as ***CA and put it in my Week 7 folder.