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Page history last edited by PBworks 17 years, 7 months ago



We should all feel pretty familiar with the 6 parts of a webquest, but just in case...


Introduction: Grab the students attention and motivate the students to complete the activity.


Task: What is the "job" that they students are being given. What the students will accomplish by the end of the webquest.


Process: Each step provided in a very systematic way to ensure student success.


Resources: Are sometimes put in a seperate area of the webquest. Usually a list of links for the students, as well as non-technological resources for students. For primary students, embedding the resources within the process is a great way to keep the webquest organized.


Evaluation: A rubric to show areas of mastery and need.


Conclusion: Time for reflection and discussion by the students with their classmates and teachers.


If you're feeling rusty visit the tutorial we used: Webquest Tutorial

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