WEBQUEST - pawlowice

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PROJECT WORK
BASED
ON THE INTERNET
At the foundations of information society there
are computers and telecommunication.
Some routine activities will be performed by
a computer, but a man will programme it. Your place
in the society will depended on how creative you will
be .
Critical assessment, selection, ordering and trans
forming information into knowledge and the
ability to present
2. Building the intellectual models of
reality that make the information useful,
3. Supplying the students with knowledge and an
adequate system of values,
4. Preparing students to transform information into
knowledge and in consequence into wisdom,
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The method of
teaching based on constructivist theory, which
is building its own knowledge through experience,
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It uses in an innovative way the Internet
resources. Contains elements of team learning,
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The method is directed at the search, through
which most information is acquired from
interactive online resources,
4. It can optionally be supplemented with
teleconferences and handouts.
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WQ directs the work at research,
WQ supports the topic with
additional information, raising awareness of
students,
WQ allows students to work in their own pace,
WQ develops creative thinking,
WQ stimulates the activity and co-operation,
WQ is the visual form of learning,
WQ as the problem method is more
efficient than traditional methods
Where to use
WebQuest?
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Teamwork in the classroom,
Distance learning
Designing online courses,
Self-study,
The system of informal education
Teaching for life (lifelong learning).
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Identify the topic in softwarerelated resources available online.
Search and browse the Internet.
Organize, categorize and group
the gained
knowledge, materials and information
in the form:
on-line resource
off-line resources
human resources.
Develop an outline of WebQuest.
Scope of
thematic :
1. Corresponding to one field
of science / subject,
2. Interdisciplinary.
Time
task:
1. Short-term (1-3 lessons)
2. Long term (2 weeks
to 2 months).
1.Identify theme related to the Internet resources
2. Sorting, categorizing and grouping accumulated
knowledge, materials and resources in the form of:
- websites and databases (online resources)
- textbook materials and projects (off-line resources)
- human resources (on-line experts and local experts.)
3. Develop an outline.
WebQuest
Introduction
Task
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
WebQuest
Introduction
Task
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
 It presents a major problem,
 It provides the
necessary contextual
information on background
and conditions of the
problem in such a way,
to engage learners in different
ways of thinking.
WebQuest
Describes the expectations
of teaching, it
should be interesting and feasible.
2. It may take such following forms:
 multimedia
presentations (eg PowerPoint)
 class presentation (eg, staging,
speech)
 written report
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Introduction
Task
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
The process sets out in clear steps that will
enable learners to accomplish tasks in
accordance with the laid out path.
Process - procedure
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Divides the main task in too part tasks ,WebQuest
Describes roles to play
Introduction
WebQuests may
include additional guides in the form :
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Auxiliary guides with
questions and directions,
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Mental maps
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Roadmaps,
Task
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
WebQuests should contain a list
of sources of
information which allows learners
to do the task. They can take the
WebQuest
Introduction
Task
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
form:
1. Websites and online
databases (online resources)
2. Caches,
documents and library
collections
(resources offline)
3. Human
resources (experts online
and local experts.)
WebQuest
Introduction
It can measure the
involvement
and achievements of
learners,
2. Estimates the products
of students and pupils
implementing main tasks
3. Final assessment.
Task
1.
Process
Sources
Evaluation
Conclusion
Teacher's Guide
1. Oral
2. Multimedia
3. Written
4. Plastic
5. Cooperation
6. Design
7. Assembly
1. Organization of speech
2. Grammar and
pronunciation,
3. Non-verbal
communication
1. Technical aspects,
2. Aesthetic impression
3. Style,
4. Transparency of
presentation
1. Professional level
2. Composition,
3. Text format.
1. Technique
2. Innovation,
originality,
3. Colors
4. Aesthetic
impression.
1. Mutual aid
2. Responsible action
3. Way of
solving conflicts.
1. Creativity
2. Application (practical)
3. Justification of the
choice of the solution.
1. The quality
of arguments,
2. Audience reactions ,
3. Organization of
the discussion.
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Closes exploration
Reminds students what they
have learned
Encourages to
extend such experiments to
other areas of knowledge,
It contains reflections on the
process,
Indicates suggestions for class
room discussion.
Andrzej Pilis

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