To develop great WebQuests, you need to develop a thorough understanding of the different possibilities open to you as you create web-based lessons. One way for you to get there is to critically analyze a number of webquest examples and discuss them from multiple perspectives.
That’s your task in this exercise.
By the end of this lesson, you and your group will answer these questions:
Which two of example WebQuests listed below are the best ones? Why?
Which two are the worst? Why?
What do best and worst mean to you?
Ideally, this exercise will provide you with a larger pool of ideas to work with as you develop your WebQuest-making skills. The best WebQuest is yet to be written. It might be yours!