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Use Web Resources:
Effective & Motivating Activities

Now that you have a collection of websites on your topic (see "Find Web Resources"), you need to think about how you want your students to interact with these web resources.  Will it be a Treasure Hunt?  scanning for information?  comparing/contrasting activities with another website?  add life to a history lesson?

We will look at a variety of activity types based on web resources.  We will also some expansions of Bloom's Taxonomy to give us some ideas about how to structure activities around web resources.

And how can our students easily access this list of websites and instructions, once we get it all written up?   TrackStar to the rescue!

Please Note: It would be helpful to have done the Find Web Resources module first.



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