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WEBQUEST

Eyner gonzales vargas


ariano Santos mateos
Quinto año A
Start by thinking about
your students

What do students
already know?
What are their
technical abilities?
Introduction
 This is the hook. You want to capture your students and
get them excited about the activity.
 This should be:
 Meaningful
 Relevant
 Written at grade level
Evaluations
 Explains the expectations.
 Rubrics (http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php)
Example:

http://questgarden.com/45/56/4/070110213127/
Conclusion
 Ties everything together and has
students reflecting on their learning and
the process they went through.
Example:

Congratulations on a job well done! Ms. Ima Fake is eager


to look at all the playground designs and I’m sure all the
children at Notfo Real School are very grateful.
Why let the fun and learning stop here? Put your new
found knowledge of simple machines to use some more.
Perhaps you can design a new amusement park ride that
makes use of simple machines. Maybe you can think of a
problem that could be solved with a simple machine, such
as an invention that helps to get you out of bed in the
morning. These would also be great topics to incorporate
into your writing during Writers Workshop.
Just don’t let your discovery of simple machines end here.
Look all around you. I think you’ll be amazed to discover
how often you use simple machines.

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Printable webquest
generator
http://teachers.teach-nology.com/web_tools/web_quest/
Webquest hosting site
http://questgarden.com/
Webquest.org
http://www.webquest.org/index.php
Your mission for next
week:
Look at the content you teach and
either:
Create a webquest or
Find a webquest
That you can use in your classroom.

Come back next week and share with


everyone!
References
Blattner (2008). The Outsiders. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from
WebQuest.org Web Site:
http://web.epsteinatlanta.org/culture_quest/index.htm
Dodge, B. (2007). Webquest.org. Retrieved July 26, 2008, from Creating
Webquests Web site: http://webquest.org/index-create.php
Fowler, L. (2003). Dino show: A webquest for 2nd graders. Retrieved
August 3, 2008, from WebQuest.org Web Site:
http://www.lauriefowler.com/dinoshow.html
Gammill, R. (2006). Dream car project. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from
WebQuest.org Web Site:
http://www.rebeccagammill.com/CARPROJECT/webquest%20template/inde
Misenheimer, A.M. (2007). A trip down the Nile. Retrieved August 3,
2008 from WebQuest.org Web site:
http://www.fccps.org/meh/teachers/misenheimer/egyptwebquest/egyptwebqu
References (Cont.):
Myers, J. (2007). Save the super bowl. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from WebQuest.org
Web Site: http://questgarden.com/45/56/4/070110213127/
Nevola, S. (2007). Simple Machines. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from WebQuest.org
Website: http://iteach0509.angelfire.com/
Stonjanovich, C. (2007). Proposal for your senior trip. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from
WebQuest.org Web Site: http://questgarden.com/47/15/3/070224105812/
Taylor, A. (2005). Volcanoes. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from WebQuest.org Web
Site: http://www.teacherweb.com/IN/PNC/Taylor/
Tennille, S. (2003). Desert Quest. Retrieved August 3, 2008 from Webquest.org Web
Site: http://coe.west.asu.edu/students/stennille/ST3/desertwq.htm