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    • Student Page Family Vacation to Italy [Teacher Page] A WebQuest for 6th Grade (World Geography) Title Introduction Designed by Task Dylan Roan Process droan@simla.colostate.edu Evaluation Conclusion Photo Courtesy of www.italianvisions.com Credits
    • Student Page Introduction [Teacher Page] Title Introduction In this WebQuest you will plan a family trip to Italy . You are a family going on a vacation to Task Italy. You must plan all the transportation, hotels, and tours with a detailed itinerary. You Process will include photos of all the sites and design a postcard to be sent home and create a map of your travels through Italy. Be sure to include things that the kids will enjoy as well as the Evaluation adults. You will create journal to document your trip telling what happened and how it was. Conclusion Begin with a starting point for your trip (e.g., your home city) then go from there until you return back home. As you plan your trip, think about how Italy is different , culturally, compared to the United States ? How easy was it to get around? Credits
    • Student Page The Task [Teacher Page] Title Pack your bags, your family is off for a great time in Italy. After this WebQuest, you will be able to describe many sites in Italy, their culture, food, people and any interesting facts. Introduction Your trip will give you an opportunity to learn more about Italy and its great history. You will create your trip by: Task *Creating a PowerPoint Presentation of your trip to include photos, hotels, Process transportation, tours, postcard, journal, etc…… Evaluation *Mapping your travels to show where you began and where you finished. Conclusion *Writing a journal , a letter home to friends or family. * Designing a Postcard to send home. You will use the internet to find all your information for your amazing trip to Italy. Credits
    • Student Page The Process [Teacher Page] All right, Are you ready to go to Italy???? First thing to do is to get put into groups of 3 or 4 by your teacher. You will all assume your roles as a family (Mom, Dad, Son, Title Daughter, Uncle, Aunt, Grandma, etc……) and each plan what you want to do or see. Introduction Here are some steps to help you along the way: Task 1. Give your group a Family Name. 2. Decide how long of a trip it will be and the dates. Process 3. Once you’ve picked a role to play, start your research for the trip. 4. Designate who will research what. Evaluation Conclusion You will use the internet to find all your info for your trip. Planning your itinerary i s a great way to start. 1. Once you've picked a role to play.... 2. Start planning your trip by searching for flights to Italy, transportation while you’re there, places to see, hotels, cruises , things to do, shopping and kids stuff. 3. Create your trip and set a schedule for all your travelling. Italy info 4. List the dates, hotels, cities, trains, boats, sites, etc…. 5. Write journal entries for every day in Italy. 6. Create a postcard to send home, and write a short message on back. 7. Find photos of your trip and make a photo album. 8. Create a Power Point presentation using all of the above information. Credits
    • To view information about the Privacy Policies and the Terms of Use, please go to the following web address: Date Created: Nov 07, 2008 10:26 am (CST) http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=TermsOfUse Student Page Evaluation [Teacher Page] Title Introduction Teacher Name: Mr. Roan Task Student Name: ________________________________________ Process CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Use of Graphics All graphics are attractive A few graphics are not All graphics are attractive Several graphics are (size and colors) and attractive but all support the but a few do not seem to unattractive AND detract Evaluation support the theme/content of the presentation. theme/content of the presentation. support the theme/content of the presentation. from the content of the presentation. Conclusion Buttons and Links All buttons and links work Most (99-90%) buttons and Many (89-75%) of the Fewer than 75% of the Work Correctly correctly. links work correctly buttons and links work buttons work correctly. correctly. Background Background does not detract Background does not detract Background does not detract Background makes it difficult from text or other graphics. from text or other graphics. from text or other graphics. to see text or competes with Choice of background is Choice of background is other graphics on the page. consistent from card to card consistent from card to card. and is appropriate for the topic. Content - Accuracy All content throughout the Most of the content is The content is generally Content is typically presentation is accurate. accurate but there is one accurate, but one piece of confusing or contains more There are no factual errors. piece of information that information is clearly flawed than one factual error. might be inaccurate. or inaccurate. Spelling and Grammar Presentation has no Presentation has 1-2 Presentation has 1-2 Presentation has more than misspellings or grammatical misspellings, but no grammatical errors but no 2 grammatical and/or errors. grammatical errors. misspellings. spelling errors. Sequencing of Information is organized in a Most information is Some information is logically There is no clear plan for the Information clear, logical way. It is easy organized in a clear, logical sequenced. An occassional organization of information. to anticipate the type of way. One card or item of card or item of information material that might be on the information seems out of seems out of place. next card. place. Credits Copyright © 2000-2007 Advanced Learning Technologies in Education Consortia ALTEC
    • Student Page Conclusion [Teacher Page] Title Welcome back!!! How was your trip to Italy? What did you like or not like about your trip? What was your favorite part of the trip? Introduction Would you ever go back to Italy in the future? Task We can’t wait to see your presentation. Make sure it is all in order Process and includes all of the required information. Evaluation Conclusion Credits
    • Student Page Credits & References [Teacher Page] Title www.europeandestinations.com/italy Introduction www.touritaly.com Task www.aladdin-travel.com Process www.italytraveler.com Evaluation www.booking.com Conclusion www.destination360.com/europe/italy/historical-monuments.php www.italiarail.com www.princess.com/mediterranean www.ryderwalker.com www.lifeinitaly.com/shopping Photo Courtesy of www.italianvisions.com The WebQuest Page The WebQuest Slideshare Group Credits
    • [Student Page] Teacher Page Family Trip to Italy(Teacher) A WebQuest for 6th Grade (World Geography) Title Introduction Designed by Learners Dylan Roan Standards droan@simla.colostate.edu Process Resources Evaluation Teacher Script Conclusion Credits
    • [Student Page] Introduction (Teacher) Teacher Page Title This WebQuest is designed to help the student learn more about Italy and it’s culture by letting them explore the many sites, and attractions Introduction that Italy has to offer. The Lesson was developed for the Europe section of our world geography plan. This WebQuest could be used for any Learners country. Standards The lesson will let the students plan their own trip by creating an Process itinerary, keeping a journal, designing a postcard, and including photos. Resources They will also, keep track of where they stay and what sites they will see. Evaluation Teacher Script Conclusion Credits
    • [Student Page] Learners (Teacher) Teacher Page Title This lesson is designed for middle school level World Geography. It will involve research on a specific country. The Introduction lesson can be easily altered to fit any section of World Learners Geography. Standards The learners will need to know how to use the internet for Process research, power point, and have a knowledge of the country Resources being used. Evaluation Teacher Script Conclusion Credits
    • [Student Page] Curriculum Standards (Teacher) Teacher Page Social Studies Standards Addressed Title Introduction Standard Seven: Knowledge of Technology: The teacher is skilled in technology and Learners is knowledgeable about using technology to support instruction and enhance student learning. Standards The teacher has demonstrated the ability to: Process 7.1 Apply technology to the delivery of standards-based instruction. 7.2 Use technology to increase student achievement. Resources 7.3 Utilize technology to manage and communicate information. 7.4 Apply technology to data-driven assessments of learning. Evaluation 7.5 Instruct students in basic technology skills. Teacher Script GEOGRAPHY STANDARDS Conclusion Standard One: Students will now how to use and construct maps, globes and other geographical tools to locate and derive information about people, places, and environments. Standard Six: Students apply knowledge of people, places, and environments to understand the past and the present and to plan for the future. . Credits
    • [Student Page] The Process (Teacher) Teacher Page Here is where you divide the students into groups that would make a good family. A computer lab will be needed. Title Introduction All right, Are you ready to go to Italy???? First thing to do is to get put into groups of 3 Learners or 4 by your teacher. You will all assume your roles as a family (Mom, Dad, Son, Daughter, Uncle, Aunt, Grandma, etc……) and each plan what you want to do or see. Standards Here are some steps to help you along the way: Process 1. 2. Give your group a Family Name. Decide how long of a trip it will be and the dates. 3. Once you’ve picked a role to play, start your research for the trip. Resources 4. Designate who will research what. Evaluation You will use the internet to find all your info for your trip. Planning your itinerary i s a Teacher Script great way to start. Conclusion 1. Once you've picked a role to play.... 2. Start planning your trip by searching for flights to Italy, transportation while you’re there, places to see, hotels, cruises , things to do, shopping and kids stuff. 3. Create your trip and set a schedule for all your travelling. Italy info 4. List the dates, hotels, cities, trains, boats, sites, etc…. 5. Write journal entries for every day in Italy. 6. Create a postcard to send home, and write a short message on back. 7. Find photos of your trip and make a photo album. 8. Create a Power Point presentation using all of the above information. Credits
    • [Student Page] Resources (Teacher) Teacher Page . Some of the possibilities: Title *Computer Lab Introduction *Power Point *Printer Learners Websites for the students: Standards Process www.europeandestinations.com/italy Resources www.touritaly.com Evaluation www.aladdin-travel.com Teacher Script www.italytraveler.com Conclusion www.booking.com www.destination360.com/europe/italy/historical-monuments.php www.italiarail.com www.princess.com/mediterranean www.ryderwalker.com www.lifeinitaly.com/shopping You may need a Media Center Assistant or a Technical Assistant to help with any computer problems. Credits
    • [Student Page] Evaluation (Teacher) Teacher Page Title Introduction CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Learners Use of Graphics All graphics are attractive (size and colors) and support the theme/content of A few graphics are not attractive but all support the theme/content of the All graphics are attractive but a few do not seem to support the theme/content of Several graphics are unattractive AND detract from the content of the the presentation. presentation. the presentation. presentation. Standards Process Buttons and Links All buttons and links work Most (99-90%) buttons and Many (89-75%) of the Fewer than 75% of the Work Correctly correctly. links work correctly buttons and links work buttons work correctly. correctly. Resources Evaluation Background Background does not detract Background does not detract Background does not detract Background makes it difficult from text or other graphics. from text or other graphics. from text or other graphics. to see text or competes with Choice of background is Choice of background is other graphics on the page. consistent from card to card consistent from card to card. Teacher Script and is appropriate for the topic. Conclusion Content - Accuracy All content throughout the Most of the content is The content is generally Content is typically presentation is accurate. accurate but there is one accurate, but one piece of confusing or contains more There are no factual errors. piece of information that information is clearly flawed than one factual error. might be inaccurate. or inaccurate. Spelling and Grammar Presentation has no Presentation has 1-2 Presentation has 1-2 Presentation has more than misspellings or grammatical misspellings, but no grammatical errors but no 2 grammatical and/or errors. grammatical errors. misspellings. spelling errors. Sequencing of Information is organized in a Most information is Some information is logically There is no clear plan for the Information clear, logical way. It is easy organized in a clear, logical sequenced. An occassional organization of information. to anticipate the type of way. One card or item of card or item of information material that might be on the information seems out of seems out of place. next card. place. Credits
    • [Student Page] Teacher Script (Teacher) Teacher Page The WebQuest model is best suited for learners who can navigate the Web on their Title own and can read the kinds of material commonly found on the Web. We can Introduction stretch the format to reach primary-aged learners, developmental English Language Learners and special populations by creating a facilitated WebQuest, one that Learners requires an adult or older peer to drive things. Standards As the students begin, tell them the first thing they need to do is plan their itinerary. Process Resources Make sure they start with departing from their home city and landing in Italy. Evaluation Where they will stay and for how long. Transportation, tours, sites, cities Teacher Script visited, etc…… The website example will help them find ideas for the trip. Conclusion After the itinerary, they must find info on each days events and start researching for photos and info for the journal entries. They should find as much info as possible to be able to feel like they were really there. Credits
    • [Student Page] Conclusion (Teacher) Teacher Page Title This lesson should give the student some kind of interest in the country and peak their curiosity of maybe visiting for real in the Introduction future. It should also teach them knowledge about a country Learners and its history and its culture. Standards Process Resources Evaluation Teacher Script Conclusion Credits
    • [Student Page] Credits & References (Teacher) Teacher Page www.europeandestinations.com/italy Title www.touritaly.com Introduction www.aladdin-travel.com Learners www.italytraveler.com Standards www.booking.com Process Resources www.destination360.com/europe/italy/historical- monuments.php Evaluation Teacher Script www.italiarail.com Conclusion www.princess.com/mediterranean www.ryderwalker.com www.lifeinitaly.com/shopping Photo Courtesy of www.italianvisions.com The WebQuest Page The WebQuest Slideshare Group Credits