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Standards and Objectives

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Content Objectives:

 

Language Objectives:

 

By the end of this WebQuest, students will be able to:

 

By the end of this WebQuest, students will be able to:

 

  • Identify useful information about the Burlington area using resources from the Internet.

  • Create a three day itinerary which incorporates activities that address the needs identified in the four role groups.

 

  • Demonstrate knowledge of English language expressions when giving and receiving directions.

  • Demonstrate the knowledge of Wh- questions when asking for information from native English speakers.

  • Skim and scan texts to find useful information on the Internet.

Computer Literacy:

Cultural/Social:

By the end of this WebQuest, students will be able to:

 

By the end of this WebQuest, students will be able to:

 

  • Create a document of useful information for public use using MS Word.
  • Search the Internet for useful information pertinent to their role.
  • Publish an itinerary using MS Word that incorporates information from a variety of groups.
     

 

  • Demonstrate knowledge about life at an American college and identify resources and activities in the area surround St. Michael's College.
  • Use English expressions to interact with people with an American cultural/ English language background.

Academic:

  By the end of this WebQuest, students will be able to:

 

 
  • Determine shared goals as a class before starting the activity.
  • Work towards a shared class goal in groups with specialized research areas.
  • Role play real-life situations using English expressions.
  • Categorize research information using graphic organizers.
  • Convert information from a graphic organizer to a form that is readable for other users.
  • Transform written information from written form to an oral presentation.
  • Use knowledge from a specialized research area to work with other students in individual groups to create a daily schedule.
  • Consolidate work from individual groups to create a final written draft as a class.