Web Quest

Web Quests are an effective and fun way to bring reading and  technology into your content area classroom.  I call this “hidden  reading” because students will read a great deal to accomplish the task  you set for them; however, students will not be aware of the amount of  reading they have been required to do due to the fun you are helping  create.  Carefully read the section of your textbook concerning  Web Quests (pages 267-268) then create a Web Quest you could use in your  future or current content area classroom.  I encourage you to not think  of this as just an exercise, but again, to create a Quest that you can  actually use.  Make certain the Web Quest and its subject matter is also  appropriate for your grade level.  This should be a richly supported  Quest that leads your students through active inquiry.
Web Quests are an effective and fun way to bring reading and  technology into your content area classroom.  I call this “hidden  reading” because students will read a great deal to accomplish the task  you set for them; however, students will not be aware of the amount of  reading they have been required to do due to the fun you are helping  create.  Carefully read the section of your textbook concerning  Web Quests (pages 267-268) then create a Web Quest you could use in your  future or current content area classroom.  I encourage you to not think  of this as just an exercise, but again, to create a Quest that you can  actually use.  Make certain the Web Quest and its subject matter is also  appropriate for your grade level.  This should be a richly supported  Quest that leads your students through active inquiry.
            First, you may want to explore the many Web Quests  available for your content area at the following sites.  There are other  sites, but please note the following guidelines:  Your Quest must be  original and not use the words found on some of the templates on these  websites.  It must also be developed for this course.  You must use a Web Quest format; in other words, a Word document will not  be considered a complete Web Quest.  These sites are easy to use and all  provide technical support, but don’t wait until the last minute.  They  are also all free!  Your Quest must show evidence of many content links,  but also books and other supplemental reading that you will provide for  your students’ use in the classroom.
            The following information should give you all the  information you need to create a wonderful Web Quest.  None of these  require fees to create a Quest, so please don’t pay just for this  assignment! It is also possible that some of the links no longer  function. 
http://webquest.sdsu.edu/ (Links to an external site.)
One of the best sites for creating WebQuests is Filamentality at:  http://keithstanger.com/filamentality.html (Links to an external site.)    Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this last address for other addresses!
Other sites for creating Quests are:
http://www.webquest.org/ (Links to an external site.)
http://zunal.com/
Please plan to submit the link directly to your Web Quest or be prepared to submit passwords if needed.

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