Multiple choice worksheets or assessments are pages with questions and different possible answers already provided. Students must select which of the possibilities they think is the right answer.
Multiple choice questions are used in standardized tests, so there is often a lot of negative connotation with "multiple choice". The traditional multiple choice question is a question or statement with four or five possible answers. The answers may be single words, phrases, or an indication there is more than one correct answer (both A and C). However, multiple choice questions can also used as a form of differentiation, so students do not have to produce the answer themselves. Word banks are actually a form of multiple choice because the answers are presented to the student, but the student has to know which to choose.
To make a multiple choice worksheet, click the "Customize this Example" button below. Once you're in the Storyboard Creator, click on each of the elements on the template to change them to fit your needs. When you're done, hit save and follow the instructions. You can print off your worksheet from the next screen, or it will be saved to your account.