Writing successful questions - overview
The ultimate goal of every Yarno question is to get people who don’t know the answer through to the Explanation screen, where the real learning moment happens.
That means that questions need to be written skillfully enough so that people who don’t already know the correct answer are not able to figure it out.
But most multiple choice questions we’ve encountered in life are poorly written. And going through school we learned tricks, like process-of-elimination, to figure out answers without actually knowing them.
So how can we write good multiple choice questions?
These articles answer that question.
What makes a good Yarno question?
A good multiple choice question is…