Putting a WebQuest together is not much different from creating any kind of lesson. It requires getting your learners oriented, giving them an interesting and doable task, giving them the resources they need and guidance to complete the task, telling them how they'll be evaluated, and then summarizing and extending the lesson.
You can think of each of these parts as a separate building block, By adapting each of the blocks, you can use this structure to accomplish a wide range of learning goals.
Click on the name of each block to find out more about it.
Last updated on April 22, 1997 by Bernie Dodge
Modified by Bill Byles and Susan Brooks on October, 22, 2000
with permission from Dr. Dodge.