then edit and creat this webquest according to the instruction and also finish the template
Part B – Webquest Development – 50 Marks
Why are we getting you to do this?
• Webquests are valuable inquiry-based learning activities.
• Get you to explore the wide variety of free web-based tools that are available.
• Plan and develop a substantial inquiry-based learning activity.
Create your own Webquest on a topic of your choice using the a Webquest template provided in the Activity One Template.
Points to Note
• You don’t have to create a Webquest from your own teaching area.
• For the Webquest you develop, DO NOT copy or modify an existing web quest you find on-online.
• Your Webquest should be original.
Part C – Elements for Describing an Internet-based activity – 25 Marks
Why are we getting you to do this?
We are asking you to describe one of the interactive web-based activities you have included in your Webquest to:
• Show you the value of using screenshots in your descriptions of ICT-related activities in general.
• Demonstrate to us that you have used and are familiar with your web-based activity.
• Demonstrate you can visualise, present and justify the use of the interactive website in a learning sequence.
Select one interactive web-based activity from your Webquest.
NOTE: Your chosen activity must be part of an open web site – i.e not password protected or requiring registration.
It SHOULD NOT be:
• a piece of software (e.g. Word, Explorer, Sibelius, GarageBand, etc.);
• a Google product or a Learning Management System (LMS) like Moodle or Blackboard
• or anything that requires downloading or installing on your computer.
For Part C please:
1. Provide the URL (website link) for your web-based activity so it can be viewed by your marker.
2. Explain why your selected web-based activity would be considered interactive according to the criteria given in Activity One FAQ – What do you mean by interactive? and make explicit reference to pedagogy.
3. Briefly describe the purpose of this web-based activity using only screenshots with annotations and captions.
In your description you need to provide the following:
Four (4) screenshots which demonstrate to your marker the interactive elements of your web-based activity.
• the opening screen
• the instructions
• some sort of data entry or interaction
• the response to the data entry or interaction
Describe the major features of this web-based activity using appropriate annotations of your screenshots. For example, you should use text boxes and arrows or callouts for your descriptive phrase/statements.
On top of each screenshot you are to provide a meaningful title.
Under each of your screenshots, please provide a descriptive caption. For example, Figure 1: Introductory screen with instructions on activity navigation.
Be sure to check out the FAQ – Screenshots, Annotations and Captions in the Activity One FAQs
FAQ – Act.1 Parts A&B – What do you mean by linking a Webquest back to a syllabus?
In Part A and Part B we ask you to link your identified and own Webquest back to a syllabus. We ask you to do this to make sure that the Webquest is based on a relevant topic.
Here’s an example of what we expect:
The Wonderful Wombat Webquest – looking over the site and the Science syllabus this Webquest can be linked back to:
SCIENCE K–10 – STAGE 1 – KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING – NATURAL ENVIRONMENT LIVING WORLD
Outcome: ST1-11LW – describes ways that different places in the environment provide for the needs of living things
Board of Studies NSW (2014). Science K–10 Syllabus. Retrieved from http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/science/science-k10/content/958/
That’s all you need to do!