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    Why are webquests_h.o.t._2 Why are webquests_h.o.t._2 Presentation Transcript

    • Paula Barnech Alianza WorkshopElisa Costa October 2010Dominica González
    • Beauty… or The beast?
    • Varied materials Authentic input Unlimited resourcesUpdatedInformation Motivating
    • Overuse Grammar focusedAutomatic OverwhelmingControlledpractice Unreliable
    • What is a Webquest?A webquest is…an inquiry-oriented lesson formatin which most or all the informationthat learners work with comes fromthe web.
    • What makes a webquest?INTRODUCTION  needed to complete the task. This might include web documents, experts available via e-mail or realtime conferencing, searchable databases on the net, and books and other documents physically available inTASK the learners setting.  how to organize the information acquiredINFORMATION SOURCES  brings closure to the quest, reminds the learners about what theyve learned, and perhaps encourages them to extend the experience into other domainsPROCESS  should be broken out into clearly described steps that learners should go through.GUIDANCE  doable and interestingCONCLUSION  sets the stage and provides some background information
    • Different examples: http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/webquests/dino/dinowq.htmhttp://sd71.bc.ca/Sd71/Edulinks/ICT6_9/lessons/ “A movie to teach” webquest
    • A webquest may have different types of tasks  Retelling Tasks  Compilation Tasks  Mystery Tasks  Journalistic Tasks
    •  Design Tasks Creative Product Tasks Consensus Building Tasks Persuasion Tasks
    •  Self-Knowledge Tasks Analytical Tasks Judgment Tasks Scientific Tasks
    • H.O.T EVALUATIONDefinition:It requires students to manipulate SYNTHESISinformation and ideas in waysthat transform their meaning andimplications. ANALYSIS APPLICATIONBloom’s Taxonomy:Different levels of thinking COMPREHENSIONwe use when learning. KNOWLEDGE
    • LET’S GET PRACTICAL
    • CHILDREN 4BACKPACK 4UNIT 5DINOSAURShttp://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/webquests/dino/dinowq.htm
    • ADVANCED COURSE NORTHSTAR UNIT 6 SPIRITUAL RENEWALhttp://sd71.bc.ca/Sd71/Edulinks/ICT6_9/lessons/
    • TEENS UPPER BASICCHECK IT OUT 2UNITACADEMY AWARDS
    • CONCLUSIONAdvanced CourseChildren 4
    • STUDENT FEEDBACKHow did our students feel working with webquests?
    •  “Tell me and Ill forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and Ill understand.”
    • THANK YOU