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How do I create an Evidence-Based Selected Response Question (EBSR)?

An Evidence-Based Selected Response (EBSR)—Combines a traditional selected-response question with a second selected-response question that asks students to show evidence from an associated text that supports the answer they provided to the first question.

To create an EBSR (Evidence Based Selected Response) …

  • Like multiple choice and extended text, select the Interaction Type ‘EBSR’ in the dropdown box, give the question a title, and choose if you want the question to be Public or Private. An EBSR question includes an associated narrative or passage for students to read. You will add this narrative/passage in the designated text box. Once complete, enter the ‘Accuracy’ question and the ‘Evidence’ Question using the corresponding tabs.

  • Like multiple choice and extended text, select the Interaction Type ‘EBSR’ in the dropdown box, give the question a title, and choose if you want the question to be Public or Private. An EBSR question includes an associated narrative or passage for students to read. You will add this narrative/passage in the designated text box. Once complete, enter the ‘Accuracy’ question and the ‘Evidence’ Question using the corresponding tabs.

  • Record the Question, the various answer choices, and select the correct response for both the Accuracy and Evidence question. Once complete, select ‘Save’ and the EBSR question is now available in the item bank.

 

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