PSABK7HK - Student Practice Assignment: Answering Open Response Questions
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Welcome students! 

 

This practice problem set will help you get familiar with answering open response questions in ASSISTments. Don’t worry- it’s not a real assignment. This is just a way to get some practice as you get used to these kinds of questions.

 

Open response questions are questions within ASSISTments where you type or upload an image, and that your teacher has to score (you will not get immediate feedback on whether you got the answer correct for these questions). 

 

This is an example of an open response question:

 

Please practice entering a response by typing your favorite food into the open response box below.



Type your answer below:

In this question you will practice answering an open response question in a different way: By completing the problem on paper, taking a picture of your work, and uploading the picture. 


  1. Draw a smiley face on a piece of paper.

  2. Take a picture with your device/computer, or with your phone, and save the picture to your desktop or folder of your choosing. (If you cannot take a picture, choose a picture you already have).
  3. In the open response box, upload the picture by clicking the  button in the toolbar, choosing the folder where you saved the picture, and clicking “Upload.”  


 

You can also watch this video to see how to upload a picture on paper:  

 

 

If you need more support from your teacher in order to do this, simply type “I need more support to do this” in the open-response box below.

Type your answer below:

In this question, you will practice taking a screenshot of a problem you completed using an online drawing tool, and uploading to the open response box for your teacher to see. 

 

  1. Go to the website of a drawing tool provided by your teacher (if your teacher has not recommended one, you can use this free drawing tool). 

  2. Use the tool to draw a rectangle and take a screenshot. If you are unsure about how to take a screenshot on your device, check out this resource.

  3. Save the screenshot to your device, or locate the screenshot if it automatically saved to your computer.

  4. Click the  button to find and upload the screenshot into the open-response box below.

 

You can also watch this video to see how to upload a picture:  

 

 

If you need more support from your teacher in order to do this, simply type “I need more support to do this” in the open-response box below.

Type your answer below:

In this question, you will use our WIRIS editor to enter mathematical symbols or expressions. The WIRIS editor is a math tool which allows you to enter mathematical and algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities.

 

In the open response box below, use our WIRIS editor  to enter the following mathematical expressions.

 







You can also watch this video to see how to use the WIRIS editor:

 

 

If you are not sure how to do this, type “I don’t know what to do” in the open-response box below.”

Type your answer below:

In this question, you will create a table of values identical to the one pictured below. To do this, press the  button and select the number of rows and columns you want in the table.  

 

In this case, create a table with two columns and four rows. Now enter the values in the image below.

 

 

Note: Once you create the table, you can modify the number of rows and columns. You can also resize it by grabbing the edges and corners.

 

You can also watch this video to see how to create and complete a table:

 

 

If you are not sure how to do this, type “I don’t know what to do” in the open-response box below.”

Type your answer below: