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					                        Student Pages
               Put the Title of the Lesson Here
               A WebQuest/KnowledgeQuest
                         for xth Grade
                      (Put Subject Here)




Designed by:                                                 Put Date Here
Put Your Name Here
Put Your E-mail Address Here
Put your School Name and Link Here

Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
          Directions for Students
   Click once OR press the space key to advance to
    the next slide
   Press the backspace key to go back one slide

   Use the buttons at the bottom of each slide to go
    back and review any steps AFTER you have gone
    through all slides individually.

   Follow the directions on each slide


Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
        Introduction for Students
   This document should be written with the student as
    the intended audience. Write a short paragraph here
    to introduce the activity or lesson to the students. If
    there is a role or scenario involved (e.g., "You are a
    detective trying to identify the mysterious poet.")
    then here is where you'll set the stage. If there's no
    motivational intro like that, use this section to provide
    a short advance organizer or overview. Remember
    that the purpose of this section is to both prepare and
    hook the reader.

   It is also in this section that you'll communicate the
    Big Question (Essential Question, Guiding Question)
    that the whole project is centered around.


Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
        The Task for Students…
Describe crisply and clearly what the end result of
the learners' activities will be. The task could be a:

   Problem or mystery to be solved
   Position to be formulated and defended
   Product to be designed
   Complexity to be analyzed
   Personal insight to be articulated…



Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
        …The Task for Students …
…the task could be a:

   Summary to be created
   Persuasive message or journalistic account
        to be crafted
   A creative work, or
   Anything that requires the learners to process
        and transform the information
        they've gathered


Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
        …The Task for Students
   If the final project involves using some tool (e.g.
    HyperStudio, the Web, video), mention it here.

   Don't list the steps that students will go through
    to get to the end point. That belongs in the
    Process section.




Intro   Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
         The Process for Students
       To accomplish the task, what steps
        should the learners go through? Use the
        numbered list format in PowerPoint to
        automatically number the steps in the
        procedure. Describing this section well
        will help other teachers to see how your
        lesson flows and how they might adapt it
        for their own use, so the more detail and
        care you put into this, the better.

Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
         The Process for Students
       Remember that this whole
        document is addressed to the
        student, however, so describe the
        steps using the second person.

    – First you'll be assigned to a team of
      three students...
    – Once you've picked a role to play....
    – ... and so on.

Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
         The Process for Students
       Learners will access the on-line
        resources that you've identified as
        they go through the Process. You
        may have a set of links that
        everyone looks at as a way of
        developing background information,
        or not.


Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
         The Process for Students
       If you break learners into groups,
        embed the links that each group
        will look at within the description of
        that stage of the process.




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         The Process for Students
       In the Process block, you might also
        provide some guidance on how to
        organize the information gathered.
        This advice could include
        suggestions to use flowcharts,
        summary tables, concept maps, or
        other organizing structures.


Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
         The Process for Students
       The advice could also take the form of
        a checklist of questions to analyze the
        information with, or things to notice
        or think about. If you have identified
        or prepared guide documents on the
        Web that cover specific skills needed
        for this lesson (e.g. how to
        brainstorm, how to prepare to
        interview an expert), link them to this
        section.
Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
           Evaluation for Students
       Describe to the learners how their
        performance will be evaluated.
        Specify whether there will be a
        common grade for group work vs.
        individual grades.

       Click the link for the Evaluation Rubric
        document.


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          Conclusion for Students
       Put a couple of sentences here that
        summarize what they will have
        accomplished or learned by
        completing this activity or lesson.
        You might also include some
        rhetorical questions or additional
        links to encourage them to extend
        their thinking into other content
        beyond this lesson

Intro    Task   Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
                 Credits & References
       List here the sources of any images, music or text that you're
        using. Provide links back to the original source. Say thanks to
        anyone who provided resources or help.
       List any books and other analog media that you used as
        information sources as well.
       Include the link back to the AAM-Colorado page, so that others
        can acquire the latest version of this template and training
        materials.
       Template created 2005 by An Adventure of the American Mind
        – Colorado. Based on a template from The WebQuest Page and
        a PowerPoint project created by Sandy Breed, Library
        Information Specialist at Golden High School, Golden, CO.


Intro     Task    Process   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Teacher Screens
                            Teacher Pages
                   Put the Title of the Lesson Here
                   A WebQuest/KnowledgeQuest
                             for xth Grade
                          (Put Subject Here)




Designed by:                                                                         Put Date Here
Put Your Name Here
Put Your E-mail Address Here
Put your School Name and Link Here

Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                                     Directions
       Click once OR press the space key to advance to
        the next slide
       Press the backspace key to go back one slide

       Use the buttons at the bottom of each slide to go
        back and review any steps AFTER you have gone
        through all slides individually.

       Follow the directions on each slide


Intro    Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                                  Introduction
       Begin with something that describes the origin of
        the lesson. For example: This lesson was
        developed as part of the San Diego Unified
        School District's Triton Project, a federally funded
        Technology Innovation Challenge Grant.

       In this second paragraph of the introduction,
        describe briefly what the lesson is about.
        Remember, the audience for this document is
        other teachers, not students.


Intro    Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                    About Your Learners
       Describe the grade level and course that the lesson is
        designed to cover. For example: "This lesson is
        anchored in seventh grade language arts and involves
        social studies and math to a lesser extent." If the
        lesson can easily be extended to additional grades
        and subjects, mention that briefly here as well.


       Describe what the learners will need to know prior to
        beginning this lesson. Limit this description to the
        most critical skills that could not be picked up on the
        fly as the lesson is given.

Intro    Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                    Learning Standards…
       What will students learn as a result of this
        lesson? Describe the outcomes succinctly. Use
        the language of existing standards. For example:


        Social Studies Standards Addressed:
        – Recognize the relationships among the various
          parts of a nation's cultural life.
        – Learn about the mythology, legends, values
          and beliefs of a people.


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                    …Learning Standards
       Most lessons don't just teach a block of content;
        they also implicitly teach one or more types of
        thinking. In addition to describing learning
        outcomes within traditional subject areas,
        describe what kind of thinking and
        communications skills were encouraged by this
        lesson. Inference-making? Critical thinking?
        Creative production? Creative problem-solving?
        Observation and categorization? Comparison?
        Teamwork? Compromise?

Intro    Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                               The Process
       Describe briefly how the lesson is
        organized. Does it involve more
        than one class? Is it all taught in
        one period per day, or is it part of
        several periods? How many days or
        weeks will it take? Is it single
        disciplinary, interdisciplinary,
        multidisciplinary or what?

Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                               The Process
       If students are divided into groups,
        provide guidelines on how you
        might do that

       If there are misconceptions or
        stumbling blocks that you
        anticipate, describe them here and
        suggest ways to get around them.

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                               The Process
       What skills does a teacher need in
        order to pull this lesson off? Is it
        easy enough for a novice teacher?
        Does it require some experience
        with directing debates or role plays,
        for example?



Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                               The Process
       Variations: If you can think of ways
        to vary the way the lesson might be
        carried out in different situations
        (lab vs. in-class, for example),
        describe them here.




Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                     Resources Needed
       Describe what's needed to implement this
        lesson. Some of the possibilities:

        –    Class sets of books
        –    E-mail accounts for all students
        –    Specific software (how many copies?)
        –    Specific hardware (what kind? How many?)
        –    Specific reference material in the classroom
             or school library
        –    Video or audio materials

Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                     Resources Needed
       If the lesson makes extensive use
        of specific websites, it would be
        appropriate to list, describe and link
        them here.

       It would also be helpful to link the
        names of books suggested to
        Amazon or other online sources.

Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                     Resources Needed
       Describe also the human resources
        needed. How many teachers are needed
        to implement the lesson. Is one enough?
        Is there a role for aides or parents in the
        room? Do you need to coordinate with a
        teacher at another school? With a
        partner in industry or a museum or other
        entity? Is a field trip designed in as part
        of the lesson?

Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                                   Evaluation
       How will you know that this lesson was
        successful? Describe what student products or
        performances you'll be looking at and how
        they'll be evaluated. This, of course, should be
        tightly related to the standards and objectives
        you cited above.
       Click the link for the Evaluation Rubric
        document.



Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                                  Conclusion
       Make some kind of summary
        statement here about the
        worthiness of this lesson and the
        importance of what it will teach.




Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens
                   Credits & References
       List here the sources of any images, music or text that you're
        using. Provide links back to the original source. Say thanks to
        anyone who provided resources or help.
       List any books and other analog media that you used as
        information sources as well.
       Include the link back to the AAM-Colorado page, so that others
        can acquire the latest version of this template and training
        materials.
       Template created 2005 by An Adventure of the American Mind
        – Colorado. Based on a template from The WebQuest Page and
        a PowerPoint project created by Sandy Breed, Library
        Information Specialist at Golden High School, Golden, CO.


Intro   Learners   Standards   Process   Resources   Evaluation   Conclusion   Credits   Student Screens

				
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