## Teaching Tools

The "click block" feature of Scripta can be used to construct interactive quiz/review material for students. The format is (1) question (2) answer, where the answer is hidden until the student clicks on it. Click on it again to re-hide the answer.

### History Questions

Question 1.
What was the name of the Roman general who wrote a book about his conquest of Gaul?
Julius Caesar
Source
```[env.question]
--
What was the name of the Roman general
who wrote a book about his conquest of Gaul?
--

--
Julius Caesar
--```

You can say `[env.question]`, `[env.problem]`, etc., depending on the context. What goes for `env` blocks also goes for `click` blocks. You can say `[click.answer]`, `[click.hint]`, etc. Below we use both answers and hints:

Question 2.
Who is buried in Grant’s tomb?
Hint
President Ulysses S. Grant

### Math Questions

Using the same format as above, you can also write mathematics problems.

Problem 1.
Expand $(a+b)^2$
Solution
$a^2 + 2ab + b^2$
Problem 2.
Factor the number 510510.
Hint
Use trial division
Solution
$2\cdot 3\cdot 5\cdot 7\cdot 11\cdot 13$