In Choices, the player reads a question and selects the most appropriate
answer from a group of possible responses. This game type is probably
best known as "multiple-choice".
The mental processing required to choose correct answers helps
Move information from short-term memory to long-term memory.
Deepen understanding of the content area.
Build confidence in their knowledge of the content area
Choices is useful for realizing the following learning objectives:
To increase information retention by recalling
Which of the following markets is our primary
- Small business
- Medium business
- Individual professional
- Nonprofit organization
Deepen conceptual understanding by
emphasizing critical features.
Which of the following is the most important
feature of effective meetings?
- Reading the minutes of the previous meeting
- Following Robert's Rules of Orders
- Telling the truth
- Sticking to the agenda
Increase retention of procedures and
processes by highlighting elements of a step.
What types of ideas do participants generate
during brainstorming stage?
- High-quality ideas
- Practical ideas
- Conventional ideas
- Wacky ideas
- All kinds of ideas
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