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WebQuest Conclusion


The Conclusion section of a WebQuest provides an opportunity to summarize the experience, to encourage reflection about the process, to extend and generalize what was learned, or some combination of these. It's not a critically important piece, but it rounds out the document and provides that reader with a sense of closure.

One good use for the conclusion section is to suggest questions that a teacher might use in a whole class discussion to debrief a lesson.


Notice how the conclusion rounds out the following WebQuests:

  • Tuskegee Tragedy A WebQuest Exploring The Powerful and their Victims, a high school WebQuest written my Tom March

Last updated on April 22, 1997 by Bernie Dodge

Building Blocks | Introduction | Task Process | Evaluation | Conclusion | Teacher's Page

Modified by Bill Byles and Susan Brooks on October, 22, 2000
with permission from Dr. Dodge.


Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles.




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