The essay correction with subsequent feedback and aiMOOC takes place in several steps / prompts (instructions for the best AI version e.g. of Chat GPT).

  1. Prompt: Correction
  2. Prompt: Individual feedback
  3. Prompt: aiMOOC >> Input and open tasks
  4. Prompt: aiMOOC >> Interactive Tasks

Examples: Category:Essay_AI_Correction

1. Prompt: Correction

Essay Correction: Write a correction for the following student essay.
Essay type: XXX
Topic / Task: XXX
Grade: XXX
Competencies (optional): XXX
Student essay original version: XXX

The feedback will be given in several steps, which will be asked for in the chat one after the other in several prompts:

aiMOOC: Input and open tasks
aiMOOC: Interactive tasks
Write a correction. Formatting should be done as follows: Write the detailed text in Wiki-syntax or Wikimarkup (without infobox) including appropriate headings, internal (and external) links and other formatting. Your task does not need to be mentioned anymore.

Internal links to other articles that would make sense.
{{o}} [[Competency Area 1]]
{{o}} [[Competency Area 2]]
{{o}} [[Competency Area 3]]

Headings are written with equal signs:
== Heading Level 2 ==
=== Heading Level 3 ===
Arrow: Use the special character "→" instead of "-->"

IMPORTANT: All lists and numbered lists are not written with a bullet point or a number, but always with the small letter "o" in curly brackets at the beginning of the list line (as this formatting will result in a numbered list when inserted into the MOOC-Wiki). Example:
{{o}} List example 1
{{o}} List example 2
{{o}} List example 3

Use the following correction symbols for linguistic-formal deficiencies:
A = Expression
Gr = Grammar
R = Spelling
Sb = Sentence structure is wrong
W = Word
Z = Punctuation: Comma incorrectly placed / not placed

Use the following correction symbols for content-related deficiencies:
Gli = Structure in introduction, main part, conclusion (structure meaningful sections into paragraphs / separate with line breaks)
Aufb = Structure, e.g., the structure of the introduction, main part, and conclusion, or of an argument
Bgr = Missing or incorrect justification
Bl = Missing evidence (from work material)
Bz = Reference missing
F = Form
Fs/Fsp = Technical language is not correct
I = Content-related deficiencies
Log = Logic missing
Lü = Gap: Something is missing or could be added
St = Style changes or is inappropriate
T = Missed the topic
unles = Illegible: Word makes no sense
Wdh.S. = Repetition of language
Wdh.I. = Repetition of content
Zshg = Connection missing
Def = Incorrect definition
ug = Inaccurate
uv = Incomplete
U = Scope of the text section: Depending on the essay type and grade level, the scope of a complete and detailed essay varies.

= Correction =
== Corrected Version ==
Write down the original with all errors. Check all points, which were indicated by the correction symbols and make the errors in the original text visible by adding the following to the original:
A) '''Errors''' are marked bold.
B) [[A correct version of the word]] is added in double square brackets after the error.
C) {The appropriate correction symbol} is added after that in curly brackets.
(Write a space between the wrong original version and the corrected version or the correction symbols.)

== ai RATING ==
Give a rating (from 0 to 20 points) and a grade (1.0 to 6.0 and A to F).
Pay attention to an appropriate distribution of points according to evaluation categories.
Points distribution:
10 Content
5 Structure / Organization
3 Language / Expression
2 Spelling / Grammar
Use this grading scale:
20.0 points = 1.0
19.5 points = 1.1
19.0 points = 1.2
18.5 points = 1.4
18.0 points = 1.5
17.5 points = 1.6
17.0 points = 1.7
16.5 points = 1.9
16.0 points = 2.0
0.0 points = 6.0
Format the evaluation as in this example:
{| align=center
'''[[Title of the essay]]'''
{{o}} Content X/10
{{o}} Structure, Organization X/5
{{o}} Language, Expression X/3
{{o}} Spelling, Grammar X/2
Total points: X/20
'''Grade: X'''

== Optimized Version ==
Write an detailed, improved and optimized version with all corrections. Draw attention to the [[additions]] and [[corrections]] in this version by making them visible in double square brackets.

Link the topic with a matching category of one or more subjects, competencies, or thematic areas in this style:

2. Prompt: Personal Feedback

= Individual Feedback =
Write feedback and pay attention to the formatting instructions (e.g., the enumeration {{o}}) and address the student directly using "you."

== Error Analysis ==
Analyze the evaluation categories of the correction symbols (spelling, grammar, punctuation, expression, structure, content, etc.) and provide feedback for ALL errors in the essay following this structure. List ALL (!) errors in the essay according to the evaluation categories. Use the enumeration formatting as in this example:
{{o}} Spelling error 1 → [[Correct spelling]]
{{o}} Spelling error 2 → [[Correct spelling]]
{{o}} Spelling error 3 → [[Correct spelling]]

{{o}} Grammar error 1 → [[Suggested improvement]]
{{o}} Grammar error 2 → [[Suggested improvement]]
{{o}} Grammar error 3 → [[Suggested improvement]]

{{o}} Punctuation error 1 → [[Correction]]

{{o}} Inappropriate expression 1 → [[Appropriate expression]]

{{o}} Introduction → [[Correction]]
{{o}} Main part → [[Correction]]
{{o}} Conclusion → [[Correction]]

{{o}} Deficiencies → [[Alternative or correction aid]]

== Verbal Evaluation with Tips ==
Add a verbal evaluation based on the typical criteria and competence requirements of the essay type. Provide tips on how the student could optimize this area, if necessary.

== Topic ==
Finally, give an overview of how the topic was understood and implemented in the essay.

== Points ==
Give a rating (from 0 to 20 points). Ensure an appropriate distribution of points according to evaluation categories. Point distribution:
10 Content
5 Structure/Organization
3 Language/Expression
2 Spelling/Grammar

== Practice Topics ==
Create a list of identified topics, i.e., the competence areas (e.g., spelling) and the exact topics (e.g., capitalization), that should be practiced to acquire the competencies required for the assigned task. Format the practice topics as in this example:
{| align=center
'''[[Practice Topics - aiMOOC|Practice Topics]]'''
{{o}} [[Competence Area 1]]: [[Topic A]], [[Topic B]], [[Topic C]]
{{o}} [[Competence Area 2]]: [[Topic A]]
{{o}} [[Competence Area 3]]: [[Topic A]]

Link the topic with a matching category of one or more subjects, competencies, or thematic areas in this style:

3. Prompt: aiMOOC >> Input + open tasks

Write the text for a presentation or MOOC on the practice topics, which can be used as a MOOC for school through various interactive elements. Use only verified, true information. If possible, access Wikipedia information.

= Input =
Write the text in Wiki syntax or Wikimarkup (without infobox) including suitable headings, internal (and external) links, and other formatting.
Formattings are to be made as follows:

Internal links to other articles that would make sense: [[Topic]]
External links to OERs and other learning materials: [https//]
== Heading Level 2 ==
=== Heading Level 3 ===
Bullet points: *
Numbered list: #

External text as iFrame: Add the Wikipedia article on this topic (if there is a Wikipedia entry for this) as in this example:

<iframe> </iframe>

= Open Tasks =
Create at least 10 open tasks that encourage learners to become actively involved (e.g., creating their own projects, texts, images, or videos).

4. Prompt: aiMOOC >> Interactive

Create interactive tasks on the identified topics. Format as in the examples.

= Crossword Puzzle =
Create a crossword puzzle on the topic with the following structure:

Question 1 = Question for the answerforquestionone, e.g. Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
Answerforquestionone = Answer to Question 1, e.g. Michelangelo
The answer must always be one word, have at least four letters, and be no longer than 22 letters.

<div class="kreuzwort-quiz">
| Answerquestionone || Question 1
| Answerquestiontwo || Question 2
| Answerquestionthree || Question 3
| Answerquestionfour || Question 4
| Answerquestionfive || Question 5
| Answerquestionsix || Question 6
| Answerquestionseven || Question 7
| Answerquestioneight || Question 8
{{:Kreuzwort Ende}}

== Quiz: Test Your Knowledge ==
QUIZ: Write at least ten quiz questions on topic XXX as shown in the example below.
Formatting guidelines for the quiz:

The quiz starts with the line {{:Multiple-Choice Anfang}}
Answer options are in parentheses.
The only correct answer option has no exclamation mark and is always at the top of the list of answer options. (…)
The three incorrect answer options have an exclamation mark before the answer option (!…)
The quiz ends with the line {{:Multiple-Choice Ende}}
Do not use additional formatting or special characters such as brackets, etc., within the parentheses containing the answer option.
Example of one of 10 quiz questions:
{{:Multiple-Choice Anfang}}

Pose a multiple-choice question here?

{{:Multiple-Choice Ende}}

== Memory ==
Create a memory game with matching pairs for this topic. Insert appropriate texts (at least 5 pairs). Use exactly the following formatting, write only the text, do not omit any characters, do not convert anything into a table, etc.
Do not use any term twice. Term A matches Term 1, Term B matches Term 2, etc.

<div class="memo-quiz">
| Term A || Term 1
| Term B || Term 2
| Term C || Term 3
{{:Memo Ende}}

== Fill-in-the-blank ==
Create a detailed fill-in-the-blank text that queries the essential points of the text input and is formatted or structured as described below. Important: The answer must be between two curly brackets. A space must be inserted before and after the answer. Avoid querying enumerations, as it is unclear which answer should be placed in which position. Put only one of the enumerations in a bracket.

<quiz display=simple>
{'''Complete the text.'''
Sample text { Blank 1 } Sample text continuation { Blank 2 } Sample text continuation { Blank 3 } Sample text continuation { Blank 4 }.
== Wiki-Info ==

External text as iFrame: Add Wikipedia articles on this topic (if there is a Wikipedia entry for it) as in this example:

<iframe> </iframe>

Link the topic with a matching category of one or more subjects, competencies, or thematic areas in this style:

Add the following two lines at the end of the article:
= Share - Discussion - Rate =
{{:Teilen - MOOCit}}