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Free Online Interactive Exercise Creators
Ryan Detwiler's quiz builder at
A very user-friendly quiz builder you can use to create multiple choices based on videos from YouTube, Blip.tv, TeacherTube, or
other video hosting website. It also generates a Quiz Embed Code to add a quiz to your website or blog.
A multimedia quiz creator with which you can use
text, images (upload from computer or copy and paste URL for online image), or online video (paste the URL). It allows you to create quizzes for grammar, listening, vocabulary, spelling; There are three quiz templates for multiple choice questions ( no limit to number of questions) with up to four possible choices. You can create randomize test questions, create quiz feedback for each question, set time limits, etc.
MyStudiyo also allows users to register and then come back and continue the quiz later. You can make quizzes in just minutes and embed them in any website or blog, or e-mail the links.
MyStudiyo provides clear, detailed reports with user feedback and scores.
You can print out the quizzes for the classroom. The flexible features of this quiz creator allow you to customize your quizzes
with embedded videos of various sizes, colors and images and you can edit them anytime. You can create multiple choices, True/False questions and essay like
questions, etc. Moreover, this quiz creator makes it easy for you to assess individual student's progress because it has the option
for the students to put in their names at the beginning of each quiz, and the test results will be automatically e-mailed to the teacher.
The quiz creator can tell test takers the number of correct answers and the number of incorrect answers in addition to providing the
correct answers. It's also a great testing tool for independent studies.
Here are the steps listed on its website: "1.
Create your own free online quiz with images & colors. 2. Post quizzes on your
website/blog or share through email, print & links. 3. View quiz results & discussions."
creae your puzzles, quizzes and worksheet on DiscoverySchool.com
WordLearner allows you to create printable worksheets, puzzles & flashcards and give your students access to their online
exercises & games for learning vocabulary.
You can build different types of quizzes such as True/False, Multiple Choice (single answer), Multiple Choice (multiple answer),
Matching, Cloze, and Fill-in-the-Blank. Access student results as individual scores or in an Excel sheet format. Reporting Results -
Script-O! can tell test takers the number of correct answers and the number of incorrect answers.
You can link directly to quizzes from your website or emails. This quiz maker allows to create multiple choice, true false, free text,
short answer, fill in the blank, punctuation quizzes and randomize quiz questions and set time limits. It can also e-mail quiz results to
you and save them in ClassMarker.
Interactive Exercise Makers
allows the creation of on-line texts with annotations or glosses. It also allows incorporation of sound or image files.
creates an exercise where students can evaluate their own answers by comparing them to the teacher's.
creates a classic two-column matching exercise. Good provision for feedback.
Here is the message on its website: The
suite includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. Hot Potatoes is not freeware, but it is free of charge for those working for publicly-funded non-profit-making educational institutions, who make their pages available on the web. (For some really creative examples of HotPot exercises using high-quality video by Mike Marzio, see
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