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The Intelligent Practice templating system explained

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Intelligent Practice offers learners unlimited curriculum aligned Maths and Science questions to practice. But just what do we mean by unlimited? This presentation guides you through the templating …

Intelligent Practice offers learners unlimited curriculum aligned Maths and Science questions to practice. But just what do we mean by unlimited? This presentation guides you through the templating system and showcases the benefits you and your learners will receive as a result.

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  • 1. Unlimited questions on Intelligent Practice Intelligent Practice questions are generated from templates which are built on a computer programme running in the back end. This presentation walks you through how these templates are created and the resulting benefits. By way of example, the presentation focuses on Maths questions but can be applied to Science problems similarly.
  • 2. How a template works Examples from Mathematics Grade 11 → Finance
  • 3. Question no 1 as seen on practice
  • 4. Question no2 as seen on practice
  • 5. Both questions are generated from the same template. Templates are frameworks for questions backed up by a computer programme which allows us to generate many different questions automatically. Let's analyse one in detail ….
  • 6. 109 | 109 Names
  • 7. 109 | 3 | 3 Objects
  • 8. 109 | 3 | 4 | 4 | 4 Verbs
  • 9. 109 | 3 | 4 | 4 | 8 | 8 | 8 8 Intervals for 3 periods
  • 10. 109 x 3 x 4 x 4 x 8 x 8 x 8 = 2 678 784 2 678 784 variations
  • 11. All numbers are randomly generated! Infinite variations
  • 12. Immediate feedback to learner Fully worked solution based on worked examples from textbook
  • 13. System takes final answer but full mark breakdown is given Step 2 for this problem
  • 14. We store prerequisite knowledge and skills for each step Step 3 and 4 for this problem
  • 15. The benefits of the templating system Learners are thus exposed to all the ways a questions can be asked of them in a test or exam. Learners are able to practice a concept they struggle with for an unlimited number of times. Educators are able to discuss a concept with learners by showing them a variety of questions without having to create them. Experience these benefits for yourself on everythingmaths.co.za and everythingscience.co.za by signing up your classes for a 6 week free trial.