11. Incomplete Stories

Here’s the Incomplete Stories learning interaction from my eBook, Engaging Interactions For eLearning:

Description: Present a MadLib-like game where the learner fills in appropriate words or drags in images to complete a story that has several pieces missing. Allow for some fun, but still make it appropriate for learning – and require them to fill out the story correctly to prove their understanding of the material.
Example: Tell a story of a person installing a home entertainment system consisting of several complicated components. The learner must complete the story by filling in the blanks with text and by dragging images into the appropriate locations (ex. cables and components). Once finished, the story will explain how the individual installed the home entertainment system and how (technically) they did it.
Level(s) of Interaction: 2, 3
Knowledge Type(s): Factual
Conceptual
Procedural
Metacognitive
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