Webquest for third grade students who will become one of our United States Presidents. They will research their President and then present in character.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Presidential Webquest
Student Page [Teacher Page] Presidential Webquest For Ms. Reighard’s Third Graders Title Designed byIntroduction Devon Reighard firstname.lastname@example.org Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page
Student Page [Teacher Page] Introduction According to some people, the President’s job is the Title most important and often times the hardest job in the Introduction world to do. Task Process Evaluation Conclusion In this webquest you will become one of the Presidents of the United States. You will find out all about who this President was and what he was about and then you will actually get to become that president. Please move on to the task page to look at the tasks Credits that need to be completed in this webquest.
Student Page [Teacher Page] Title Introduction The Task Task Process For this webquest there are going to be four separate tasks that you are going to need to complete. They are Evaluation all listed below but remember you must complete Conclusion them in the order they are given or else you won’t have sufficient information to perform the last couple tasks. 1.Pick the President you want to become. 2.Research the President’s background, what he did as a president and what he did when he was no longer the President. 1. Create a poster board and PowerPoint on the information you learned. 1.Dress up as your President and inform the class The way you are going to complete this is found in the Credits process section!
Student Page [Teacher Page] The Process Below you will find precise directions on how to accomplish each of the four tasks. If you do not understand anything that is listed here, please come ask Ms. Reighard for further explanation. Title Task 1- Picking Your President Introduction 1.Using the website below, pick the President of the United States that you would like to become. • http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents Task Task 2- Research Your President Process 1.Using either of these websites, research your President’s entire life. Make sure to include basic background information, what he did as the President, and what he did or has been doing after Evaluation being the President. • http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents Conclusion • http://www.archives.gov/presidential-libraries/research/alic/presidents.html#general If you would like to use another website that you come across, either research to make sure that it is reliable or bring it to Ms. Reighard for her to help you make sure it is reliable. Task 3- Poster board and PowerPoint 1. Using the research you acquired from the websites, you are going to make a poster board to hang up in the classroom about your President. 2. You will then make a PowerPoint on your President’s information that will help guide you in your final task. Task 4- BE YOUR PRESIDENT! • Dress up how your President would have dressed while he was in Office and present all of the information you found out about that President. Make sure you are staying in character of your President. Final Note! Please be sure to cite properly any information you quote from the websites you use. You must cite anything you use from these websites due to the Credits copyright and plagiarism rules that we discussed in class two weeks ago.
Student Page [Teacher Page] Evaluation Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Conclusion I’m really hoping you all were able to find out more about each one of our Presidents from your research and hope that you learn a lot from your fellow Title classmates presentations. Introduction The President’s job is so important to our country and I hope this webquest Task instilled that concept into your thoughts. Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits
Student Page [Teacher Page] Credits & References Rubistar: http://rubistar.4teachers.org Title Introduction Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net Task Webquest.org: http://webquest.org/index.php Process Evaluation Wikispaces.com: http://wikispaces.com Conclusion D Reighard’s Wiki: http://devon1792.wikispaces.com Whitehouse.gov: http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents Archives.gov: http://www.archives.gov/presidential- libraries/research/alic/presidents.html#general Picture of the Four Presidents and One President Elect: http://www.cleveland.com/nation/index.ssf/2009/01/ four_presidents_and_one_presid.html Credits