Many of our current courses contain questions with a similar structure: a task followed by multiple examples. We currently implement them using the cloze question type and format them like we would on a sheet of paper:
I am however not sure whether or not that is the best way of doing it. Since I'm only the one implementing and not the one designing the tasks (I'm a student doing this for some additional pocket money) and I've got no permissions on our moodle platform besides editing questions, and therefore don't know if for example splitting the task into multiple questions would be useful in any way. Since it will be used for learning purposes only, the possibility to check each answer individually would probably outweigh the grading (whether the student actually knew how to do it or if just he learned it through prior questions).
I am also not really sure about the usage of the course wide question bank. The teachers implemented the first topic themselves and used it for literally everything, even though not a single question is used even twice. Is there any reason why they could have made that decision?
Since our school is just starting to use moodle and I am the one to implement the questions, I'm also the one to decide the structure that will be used for the next years and I don't want it to be a "redesign at some point", so any advice would be greatly appreciated.