|This lesson originated as part of a Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) course offered at St. Michael's College during the spring of 2006. It was created by Heather Odell and Andri Wally, two students of the Master's in Teaching English as a Second Language (MATESL) Program.|
In this WebQuest, students are required to visit either Australia, England, or the United States. While in the country, they will gather information regarding linguistic, social, political, and economic "norms". The student will then report individual findings to his/her group. There will be a mandatory PowerPoint Presentation and paper to summarize the similarities and differences between the three English-speaking countries.