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Webquest Presentation

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WebQuest What is a WebQuest? Why WebQuest? A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most or all the information that learners work with comes from the Web: http://webquest.org Long Term WebQuest -A longer term WebQuest will typically take between one week and
a month in a classroom setting.

-The instructional goal of a longer term WebQuest is extending and
refining knowledge. After completing a longer term WebQuest, a
learner would have analyzed a body of knowledge deeply,
transformed it in some way, and demonstrated an understanding of
the material by creating something that others can respond to, on-
line or off-line. Structure of a WebQuest
-A short-term WebQuest is design to be completed in one to three class periods.

-The instructional goal of a short term WebQuest is knowledge acquisition and integration. At the end of a short term WebQuest, a learner will have grappled with a significant amount of new information and made sense of it. Outline: By the GOOD GROUP: -Introduction

-Structure of a WebQuest

-Group Activity

-WebQuest Evaluation

-Summary

-References HUANG Luyi
FAN Qian
HUANG Anni WANG Yang
JIANG Dan
XIE Yuchen Short Term WebQuest WebQuest can… 1.
Introduction 4.
Evaluation 2.
Task 3.
Process Student page (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr 5.
Conclusion 1.Introduction 4.Process 2.Learners 3.Standards Teacher Page (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr 5.
Resources 6.
Credits WebQuest contains… 1. Introduction
The introduction provides background information and gives meaning to the exercise.
The introduction should have a motivational component to excite the students. 2. Task
The task is the formal description of what the students will produce in the WebQuest.
The task should be doable, measurable, and fun.
Creating the task is the most difficult and creative part of developing a WebQuest. WebQuest contains… 3. Process
•A description of the process the learners should go through in accomplishing the task.

•It is frequently profitable to reinforce the written process with some demonstrations.

•A set of information sources needed to complete the task should be provided in this part. WebQuest contains…
4. Evaluation
•The way in which the students' performance will be evaluated.
•The standards should be fair, clear, consistent, and specific to the tasks set. WebQuest contains… 5. Conclusion

•A conclusion that brings closure to the quest, reminds the learners about what they've learned.

•Perhaps encourages them to extend the experience into other domains. WebQuest
contains... WebQuest
contains... 6. Teacher Page
It’s a page to provide other teachers background information about the webquest and help them to use it.
It included five parts, introduction, learners , standards , process and resources http://questgarden.com/94/48/3/100113083245/index.htm WebQuest Evaluation 1.Scenario Design

2.Task building

3.Process

4.Resource Publishing 5.Evaluation Standard

6.Conclusion

7.Teacher page

8.Content presentation Pointing out a topic that related to learners' interests and benefits. Moreover, it will attract learners. 1.Scenario Design The effectiveness of motivational stimulation Cognitive development effectiveness Scenario involves knowledge which learners have mastered and helps learners ready to learn. 2.Task building Cognitive activity level involved in tasks -The task is executable attractive, the resulting thinking activities are beyond rote. The task requires learners to consolidate information from multiple sources or assuming a role in society, or make a summary beyond the presented data or produce a creative product. 3.Process Every step is clearly expounded . The vast majority of learners will accurately understand what step they are in, and what they should do in their next step. - Support construction Some connection between the information learners need and the resources provided by curriculum. Each resource has its importance. Resource quantity 4.Resource Publishing Resource quality .Some of the resources are not involved in textbooks and reference books. The resources provide meaningful information for learners to deep thinking. - Clarity - Rich The process provides strategy and organization tools for different level learners to get the necessary knowledge. Designed activities and high-level thinking that promote learners' study clearly linked. Establish a project to assess the learners' understanding and master degree. Different roles to help learners understand the point of the different perspectives, or share responsibility to complete the task. 5.Evaluation Standard Clarity of assessment standard Clearly the form of gauges state criteria of success. These standards contain a description of the quality and quantity. It has the clear evaluation tools to measure in order to complete the task of what students must know, and be able to make some. 6. Teacher Page State standards are listed in words, and by numbers, The link back to the standards website is given. All graphics, and backgrounds have copyright information clearly displayed. Questions for further study are included. 7. Conclusion Conclusion gives enough information, links or questions for students to attempt further study. A culminating message clearly relates students' knowledge to other topics or situations. 8. Content presentation Overall aesthetic (visual appeal) The appropriate picture elements related to theme are used to establish visual contact, helping learners to deepen the understanding of concepts, ideas, as well as the relationships between. Selecting appropriate font and font color which have consistency. Navigation and page Physical aspects It has clear and seamless navigation, learners always know very clearly the various modules of the learning process, and clearly know how to get there. There is no problem of the physical link. Summary
What is WebQuest?
Why WebQuest?
How to design a WebQuest?
How to evaluate a WebQuest? http://webquest.org/index.php
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webquest
http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/webquests/index.html
http://www.educationaltechnology.ca/resources/webquest/templates.php
http://questgarden.com
http://webquest.sdsu.edu/webquestrubric.html References http://questgarden.com/70/79/1/081001214707/index.htm Group Activity: Evaluate the WebQuest

Read the WebQuest above , discuss in your group and think about the following questions

What is your comments on this WebQuest and why?

How to evaluate a WebQuest. What dimensions should be covered?
Post your opinions to the forum after the discussion. Thank you This model was developed by Bernie Dodge at San Diego State University in February, 1995. -Motivation and Authenticity
-Thinking Skills / Scaffolding
-Cooperative Learning
-Technology integration / Web Access Develop Students’ Since 1995, there have been several WebQuest templates developed, that included 6 elements*. Throughout the years, these templates have been modified in ways that the presentation of the content becomes improved, and the evaluation process gets more consistent. History The template provides instructions to the teacher about how to setup the WebQuest. The particular template was one of the very first templates used, in 1997(Siwninski, 1997) History This model was developed by Bernie Dodge at San Diego State University in February, 1995. http://translate.google.com.hk/translate?hl=zh-CN&langpair=en%7Czh-CN&u=http://sites.google.com/site/thewebquestmodel/inquiry-based-learning
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