drag the words multiple solutions

Moin moin

I've tried to make some worksheets for my students, to learn the sentence parts, just like subject, predicate and different objects. And so i wish different markings for different things in "drag the words" are there any suggestions?

Greetings

villon

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papi Jo's picture

Hi villon,

It would help us understand what you want to achieve if you gave a more detailed concrete example of your "worksheet".

Thanks papi Jo for the fast reply,

So I'll try to explain my plans.

Out of one sentence or text, I want to generate an exercise, where the students have to drag the different sentence parts into the right gaps.  In "drag the word" I can only choose one typ of words and mark them with *example-word* so that they are dragable. Maybe it's possible to use other special characters like &example-word&, so that I can use more categories in the same sentence and exercise.

I'll hope I could explain it clear enough?

Best wishes villon

BV52's picture

Hi Villon,

Do I understand it correctly that you need something like a variable in the answer. E.g. This is/are a sentence, both 'is' and 'are' are draggables and only one is correct. Or do you need something like arrange the words werein the students arranges a set of words using the draggables such as this test content.

-BV

Dear BV52

No, you didn't understand that correctly. I want to have different types of clauses in an exercise.

greetings

Villon

Dear supporters,

maybe it has to be more visible. just like this. Any kind of colour/type of sentence part in the same exercise should be dragable.

Greetings

Villon

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BV52's picture

Hi Villon,

How different is this with the test content I provided? 

-BV

Dear BV52

It differs to your solution, that the place is decisive for the correct solution of the task and not the type of element.

villon

papi Jo's picture

Hi villon,

Do you want something like this?

Hi papi Jo

that looks fine and just like i want to do it. How did you made this?

villon

BV52's picture

Hi villon,

Papi Jo used the Drag and Drop content type.

@Papi Jo thanks for the tip ;-)

-BV

Hi Papi Jo and BV52

I see, there is a solution, thanks to you. But I'm not satisfied with this. There should be a way, to use "drag the word" ,
instead of taking the detour through graphics by allowing multiple types of solutions that belong to the same sentence.
And if I do not always find the most polite and appropriate tone, please excuse me, because neither my knowledge of javascript nor my English are very good.

villon

BV52's picture

Hi Villon,

I agree although until someone from the community creates an actually solution I think Papi Jo's workaround should work.

BTW no need for apologies ;-)

-BV

Hello, I have a similar request. I want to rise the difficulty of the exercise and offer multiple words for each word place-holder
For each *good answer* I'd like to be able to add detractors.
Maybe separate the words by a pipe with the first one being the correct one.
For instance:

H5P content may be edited using a *browser|app|microwave*.
H5P content is *interactive|static|plain\+Correct! \-Incorrect, try again!\*

otacke's picture

Hi!

There's a pull request for that feature at https://github.com/h5p/h5p-drag-text/pull/51. Hopefully, the H5P will find time to review it eventually.

Best,

Oliver