Authors create pairs of images that learners will match. For each pair, authors will add two images that go together. Authors can choose whether or not to allow learners to retry.
When to Use Image Pairing
Image Pairing is most usefule when testing learners’ understanding of relationships between two things. For example, an animal and its adaptation or flags and their country. This allows learners an opportunity to practice and self-check. Image Pairing is a stand-alone activity.