Question Type - Drawing Answer

Question Type - Drawing Answer (#024)

Drawing Answer #024

Description

Students create a free draw response to a stimulus using simple drawing tools. Add an optional background image for students to draw over. Great for elementary school students.

Example



Additional Samples


Sample 1

Sample 2

Sample  3


Authoring Functionality

Follow these instructions to set up your question:

  1. Blue Pencil - Enter the stimulus or question by clicking the Blue Pencil and opening the editor.

  2. Background Image - Click the Gear button to set a background image if desired.


Scoring

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