Ideas for using multiple choice questions for more than testing

In my post on how to write effective multiple choice questions I spoke a bit about their use for more than just knowledge assessment. I discussed how they can be used to simulate the decision making a learner has to do in the workplace. But there are other innovative ways that multiple choice questions can be used to make learning more effective and engaging.   

The core interaction in a multiple choice question is that the learner is required to make a choice, and there are lots of ways that these choices can be phrased beyond just testing knowledge.  

Here are a few ideas.

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