Points and Lines Question Types

Edcite has technology-enhanced question types that align to your state test. In fact, Edcite has 60 question types, which is more than any other assessment platform!

Two of the most popular question types on Edcite are the points and lines question types.

Graph Points and Lines (#083) asks students to plot points, lines, and line segments on a graph. This question type is seen on PARCC assessments.

Draw Points and Lines (#023) has a slightly different format and look. Students are asked to graph points and lines on a grid that is designed to match the SBAC format. This is a great question type for graphing shapes on a coordinate plane.

Both question types will help you assess students’ learning and their knowledge of math standards. You and your students will also get instant feedback after students complete the question.

Check out these points and lines items that teachers have shared on Edcite!

💻 Plot Points and Lines (Graph Points and Lines Q Type)

💻 Graph Points and Lines (Graph Points and Lines Q Type)

💻 Line Segments (Draw Points and Lines Q Type)

💻 Graph Point and Line (Graph Points and Lines Q Type)

💻 Unfolding a box – Question 5 (Draw Points and Lines Q Type)

Want to create your own points and lines questions? Check out these quick step-by-step videos:

🎥 Creating a Graph Points and Lines Question

🎥 Creating a Draw Points and Lines Question

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