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What makes a good fill in the blank question

  • A fill in the blank questions or prompts are a very traditional form of testing that allow easy ways to get at what students have learned. While this type of question is taps fairly shallow knowledge and only rests recall, it does provide a fast way to assess basic knowledge. If you want to produce fill in the blank questions start by identifying the basic concepts. Then produce one sentence to explain each concept. Remove one key word or phrase for the learner to fill in.