Support modification: In order to support students who are particularly struggling with this learning sequence this learning sequence it could be differentiated by having students not make their tests adaptive.
Instead of having the tests branch from each right or wrong answer, simply have these students focus on making a series of questions that have right or wrong answers, and that then move on to the next question.
Note: a common pitfall that students will potentially fall into here is not remembering that they need to make a new text box for each answer to their question. The text box is what the hyperlink links to. If they only have one box with all their answers in it, then they will only be able to link all their answers to one slide. They have to be separate in order to have separate links.
Once the students have finished creating their programs, tell them to test each other and see if there are any glitches or mistakes where they have linked to the wrong slide.
Once they have done this they can find another group that has finished and they can play each other's quiz.
Fast finishers: There are three main tasks that fast finishers can move onto:
If they are still rushing on ahead, a further challenge you can give them is the question: 'Is there a way to add some kind of timer/countdown to each question?' See if they can come up with a solution to this.