8 ways to use grouping exercises

The grouping exercise is one of our versatile activities, thanks to its drag & drop feature. The way it works is very simple: a word, sentence, or image is shown in the upper part of the screen and the user has to drag it to the correct place in the lower part. If they get it right, a new one appears for them to answer. If they get it wrong, they have to try again until they get it right.

Have you not found a good opportunity to use it? Don’t worry, here are a few ideas.


The classic True or False activity

In this exercise, you ask users to decide if the sentences shown are true or false. This gets them to think about the content of the sentence and make a decision.

Deciding between two opposing items

Whenever you have two opposing concepts (yes/no, good/bad, important/unimportant, urgent/important), you can use the grouping exercise to get the user to decide between them for a given situation. For example, if you’re making a course on customer service, you might give some examples of customer interaction and how it was resolved. The user then has to decide whether they’ve been resolved correctly or not.

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