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    W200 week6 082111_student ver_03_webquest(icw) W200 week6 082111_student ver_03_webquest(icw) Presentation Transcript

    • WEBQUESTS
      • In-Class Workout #6
    • What Is Webquest?
      • WATCH . What can you infer (about what a webquest is) from the video?
      • Web + Quest
        • Quest = inquiry-based journey = has destination (the learning goal)
        • Web = overwhelming information = guided learning strategy (to stay on track while searching)
    • Hands-on Activity: Evaluating a Webquest
      • Find a webquest in your subject area.
        • Hint:
          • Find one on Webquest.org or
          • Google some important topics in your subject areas in order to locate a webquest (e.g. Google “webquest for high school English”)
      • Evaluate the webquest in terms of the 5 elements.
        • Introduction; Task; Process; Evaluation; Conclusion
      • Put it on your Teacher Website > Tech Resources
    • How would you evaluate a WebQuest?
      • Introduction
          • Does it capture students’ attention?
          • Does it describe goals/standards?
      • Task
          • Does it describe the task in details?
          • Does the task appropriate to teach the topic?
      • Process
          • Does it provide step-by-step process?
          • Does it provide enough/appropriate resources?
      • Evaluation
          • Does it provide self-assessment tools?
      • Conclusion
          • Does it summarize the activity?
          • Does it provide further references?
    • On Teacher Website > Tech Resources
      • Title (with URL)
      • Screenshot
      • Description (Brief description of the WebQuest)
      • Educational Value (Educational Value of the specific WebQuest: Evaluate the WebQuest!)
            • Introduction
            • Task
            • Process
            • Evaluation
            • Conclusion
    • How Do You Make a Webquest?
      • WATCH . How is it made?
      • W200 suggests these components. ( Google Site Sample )
        • Introduction
        • Task
        • Process
        • Evaluation
        • Conclusion
    • Make Your Own Webquest! (ICW#6)
      • Use Google Site to build the layout of a webquest.
      • Reserve one page for each of the webquest component (Introduction, Task, Process, Evaluation, Conclusion).
      • Use what you have submitted for Class Prep #6 (academic standard, topics/issues of the class, 4 resources) as the content of each page.
      • Post this to Teacher Website > Class Materials
      • Submit the URL to Oncourse > Assignments
        • Note that you are creating this webquest so that it can be distributed to your future students. In other words, write from the teacher voice. Sample Webquest on Digital Native (from Week 2)
    • BREAK