User:Guy vandegrift/Quizbank/Archive1/How things work
The How things work college course bank contains 266 questions
How things work college course uses a number of quizzes situated on Wikiversity. All the questions from all these quizzes can be found on the following four study guides:
The sample exams contain 30 randomly selected questions from each of the study guides. The cumulative final consists of 50 questions randomly selected from the four study guides. The quizzes used to assemble the four study guides are shown in the following sections.
Quizzes based on Wikipedia articles
- Printable in-class quiz (pdf) mirror (21 questions)
- File:Quizbankdatabase_htw_Industrial_revolution b2.pdf mirror (b2 is not a different quiz, just a different randomization of the same quiz)
See How_things_work_college_course/Global_warming_quizzes and Wikipedia:Global warming. A total of 62 questions have been created. They may be administered all at once in the cumulative part, or divided up into four parts. Each randomized version of a quiz contains the same questions (i.e. all those that are available)
- Quiz part 1 pdf mirror Quiz extension (12 questions)
- Quiz part 2 pdf mirror Quiz extension (14 questions)
- Quiz part 3 pdf mirror Quiz extension (23 questions)
- Quiz part 4 pdf mirror Quiz extension (13 questions)
- Quiz cumulative pdf mirror Quiz extension (all 62 questions)
Two quizzes (parts 1 and 2) for a total of 44 questions. See How_things_work_college_course/Nuclear power quizzes and Wikipedia:Nuclear power
Conceptual physics quizzes
- How things work college course/Motion simple arithmetic quiz (printable pdf has not yet been constructed)
- How things work college course/Quantum mechanics timeline/Quiz
- Why_is_the_Sky_Dark_at_Night/quiz (This belongs in Astronomy and will not be used in How things work)
To download a pdf file stored on Wikiversity, scroll down to "Original file" just above the Summary.
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The long-term goal of this project is to develop two independent banks of questions from which instructors can draw upon to create exams. Wikiversity's Quizbank focuses on the open bank that is available to everybody and accepts contributions from all. It is hoped that an entirely separate and vaguely defined bank of questions is developed that instructors share only with each other. The ultimate goal is for software to be developed that will allow instructors to freely select and edit questions from both banks for in-class or online assessments.
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