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Student Page [Teacher Page] Webquest for Abraham Title Lincoln Group Project Introduction Task For Educators Process Designed by Evaluation Brian Mallon Conclusion firstname.lastname@example.org Credits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page
Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction What is a WebQuest ? Task “A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in Process which most or all the information that learners work Evaluation with comes from the web.” (www.webquest.org). Conclusion Webquests are designed around students using the Internet for research. Beyond that, WebQuests : Webquests are usually lessons that are designed around group work. Group work lesson plans like this usually force students to make compromises with their group members. Webquest lessons can take place anywhere from one day to one month. Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction This lesson was created so that you could learn about President Abraham Task Lincoln, as well as better develop your 21 st century education skills. You will be split up into groups of 4 to 5 students, and this assignment will take Process place over a span of 2 to 3 weeks. Each day I will give you the second Evaluation half of class to meet with your groups and work on the project. Conclusion Each group will be assigned a different timespan of President Lincoln’s life to research. I will give you a list of acceptable/viable websites that you can use to do your research. There is also an online worksheet that you have to fill out in complete sentences. Each group will have to do a Power Point presentation at the end during an assigned class period. Following all of the group presentations there will be a quiz over the different stages of President Lincoln’s life. It is important that you try and think about how the social and cultural conditions at the time may have caused him to act certain ways. During this project you will use many different thinking and communication skills (critical thinking, teamwork, categorization). It is important to understand when you are working with other students that you may have to make compromises. Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] 1. I will assign you into groups of 4 to 5 students. Title 2. Each group will then be assigned a specific time period of Lincoln’s life. 3. Each group will be given different worksheets depending on their timespan. Introduction 4. As a group you will then be able to use computers to gather information. Task 1. It would be helpful to keep track of information in chronological order. 5. Following the allotted amount of time allowed to work on the project, each Process group will give a 5 minute Power Point presentation on their timespan. Evaluation The Following Web Sites will be Helpful: Conclusion Biography Reference Bank: http://ehis.ebscohost.com/ehost/results?sid=8a81a38f-64dc-4a4a-81d8-caee23 The Library of Congress: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html World Book Advanced: http://www.worldbookonline.com/advanced/home Student Research Center: (Powered by EBSCOhost) http://web.ebscohost.com/src/results?sid=483855f3-cd27-43c0-a14d-c2a452b80 Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Group Planning -- Research Project : Abraham Lincoln Title Teacher Name: Mr. Mallon Introduction Student Name: ________________________________________ Task CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Content Student is able to answer each Student was able to answer Student was able to answer Student did not answer the questions clearly and correctly. most of the questions some questions correctly but majority of the questions for Process correctly, but sometimes overall struggled to clearly and the assignment correctly. struggled clearly stating their correctly answer them. Evaluation answers. Conclusion Classroom Internet Sage Student did not take Student was caught once or Student was caught using the Student would daily use the advantage of the Internet and twice doing something on the computers for something allotted time for the use it for things other than the computer other than the other than their project more assignment to surf the web. Or project assigned. assigned project. than twice. if student is found using the computers for inappropriate or unethical behavior. Delegation of Responsibility Each student in the group can Each student in the group can Each student in the group can, One or more students in the clearly explain what clearly explain what with minimal prompting from group cannot clearly explain information is needed by the information s/he is responsible peers, clearly explain what what information they are group, what information s/he for locating. information s/he is responsible responsible for locating. is responsible for locating, and for locating. when the information is needed. Plan for Organizing Students have developed a Students have developed a Students have developed a Students have no clear plan for Information clear plan for organizing the clear plan for organizing the clear plan for organizing the organizing the information information as it is gathered information in the final information as it is gathered. AND/OR students in the group and in the final research research product. All students All students can independently cannot explain their product. All students can can independently explain this explain most of this plan. organizational plan. independently explain the plan. planned organization of the research findings. Grammer Answers written in complete Good writing, but contains 3-5 Written with improper Answers not written in sentences with no more than 2 grammatical errors. grammar and/or 5+ errors. complete sentences. grammatical mistakes. Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction By completing this activity you will both develop 21st century Task education skills, as well as learn more about President Abraham Lincoln. You will also become more familiar with Process what Internet recourses are appropriate for finding Evaluation information, and which ones are not. This lesson will also Conclusion help improve your skills involving the use of Power Point. Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction Wikispaces.com_http://www.wikispaces.com Task MyWikispacesPage_http://brianm1332.wikispaces.com/ Process Evaluation Webquest.org_http://www.webquest.org Conclusion Slideshare.net_http://www.slideshare.net Rubistar_Rubistar.4teachers.org Whitehouse.gov_http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/pres idents/abrahamlincoln Credits