Page layout

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This page explains how each content page is put together.

Key points

  • The first section should be a list of minimum-level knowledge
  • Full explanations of any difficult concepts will be contained on the page, but referenced in the key points
  • A student who has looked at all the key points and investigated them should be able to use them as a study guide

Information

The second block contains pictures, information, and links to other pages on the wiki that help explain the concept. This can involve discussion of concepts that are not examinable, if they help to make the description clearer.

This section can be broken up into subsections using the second-level headings. An example of this would be a page on hard drives that was broken up into history, types of drive, technology and data access speeds.

Videos

The videos block can be used to include videos that may explain or elaborate on the concept. These are separate to make it easy to spot and for editors to spot entries with no videos.

Further information

Links to external sources of information such as BBC, Wikipedia, etc.

Test yourself

Quiz questions about this concept should appear here with hidden answers. These will use the wiki's quiz extension and are a simple test for students wishing to self-study. These are not tests of groups of knowledge - only the concept on the page. You can find the documentation for creating quiz questions on the Wikiversity page.

1. Bulgaria and Rumania joined the European Union in 2007.

TRUE.
FALSE.

2. Switzerland is a member of the European Union.

TRUE.
FALSE.

Your score is 0 / 0


Teaching resources

This section will be linked to teaching resources that may be uploaded files, external files or links to other websites.