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Curriculum: English/Language | Grade Level: 9-12

 
     
     
 

Let's get Started with Animal Farm by George Orwell
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Explores characters, power, rebellion, and history connections. Starter Activity only.
Keywords:Animal Farm George Orwell Rangeview High School
Author(s): Rosalind Roybal
 
     
     
 

verbs - tenses
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: this describe grammar lesson, examples and many kind of grammar.espesially about VERBS and TENSESpenggunaan kata kerja dalam berbagai macam tenses.
Keywords:UNINDRA, Indonesia, kelompok4 and webquest grammar
Author(s): Kelompok Empat
 
     
     
 

London Explorer
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Explore London's attractions and make recommendations for a school visit to a panel of trip organizers.
Keywords:London, attractions, school trip, visit and tourist
Author(s): Elaine Cash
 
     
     
 

Change the World
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will explore how they can impact the world around them by investigating websites that promote change and developing an idea that could make a difference.
Keywords:change, difference, improve, helping and pay it forward
Author(s): Laurie Mcdaniel
 
     
     
 

An Examination of Freedom
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Ayn Rand's Anthem is the basis for an examination of freedom and Utopian/Dystopian societies.
Keywords:Ayn Rand, Anthem, Dystopian, Utopian, Freedom, Society, Conform and Equality
Author(s): Laurie Mcdaniel
 
     
     
 

Homer's The Odyssey
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: A fun way of understanding Homer's "The Odyssey." Students will analyze important events while incorporating creativity in making a multimedia presentation summarizing a portion of the poem, introducing main characters, mythological creatures and main events.
Keywords:Greek Mythology, Homer, Odyssey, Mortals, Gods and Goddesses and Hero
Author(s): Laurie Mcdaniel
 
     
     
 

My Favorite Holiday
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This WebQuest is made to help learners able to understand how to write recount text about their favorite holiday experiences.
Keywords:holiday, trip, fun and favorite.
Author(s): Daviaminacarbi Group
 
     
     
 

Middle Eastern Literature: The Middle East
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will learn background information about the Middle East before reading various Middle Eastern literature. Students will explore geography, culture, religion, literature and common topics of the Middle East in the media
Keywords:Middle East, Islam, 1001 Arabian Nights, Persepolis, Kite Runner and 9/11
Author(s): Nicole Sulinski
 
     
     
 
Romances in History
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This web quest is about Romeo and Juliet as on romance in history.
Keywords:LoveTragedyFamilyDeath
Author(s): Ashlyn Hubbard
 
     
     
 

The Meaning of Life
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: use the internet to help derive meaning from a Shakespearean Sonnet
Keywords:Sonnet, Elizabethan, early modern English, couplet, iambic pentameter, poetry and Shakespeare
Author(s): Scott Edwards
 
     
     
 

Poetry Presentation Project
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In order to attain a more intimate understanding of the literal and metaphorical analysis of poetry it is important to ascertain information about the poem, the poet, the historical background, rhetorical devices used in its creation, and themes.
Keywords:poetrypoetry analysisliterature poetry projectAP project
Author(s): Lisa Orlowski
 
     
     
 

Figurative language
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In this webquest, the learners will know what are the different kinds of figurative language.It includes about what are functions of each, how to used it properly in a sentence and why most of the authors used this kind of language in their literary piece.Moreover, the students critical thinking skills will be enhance and this webquest will help them aid about the confusion in figurative language.
Keywords:figurative language, idioms, figure of speech, attention-grabbing words/phrases and depth expressions
Author(s): Ronneth Joyce Batuigas
 
     
     
 

Creating Gods and Goddesses
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: For this webquest, students will go on a treasure hunt to find information about gods and goddesses from Greek, Roman, and Norse mythology. After they have gathered data about these mythical figures, they will be writing a myth about a god or goddess they have created themselves.
Keywords:Greek, Roman, Gods and Goddesses, Norse and Writing
Author(s): Corey Goodrow
 
     
     
 

Two Sides To Every Story
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will analyze a traditional fairy tale (with a villain) of their choice while considering all of the key elements of the story (plot, characters, voice, conflict, etc.). Students will then rewrite the fairy tale from the villain’s point of view.
Keywords:fairy tale, villain, creative writing and rewrite
Author(s): Jami Markovsky
 
     
     
 

Holden and Jay
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will write a narrative based on character and themes from The Great Gatsby and Catcher in the Rye
Keywords:Holden Caulfield Jay Gatsby Catcher in the Rye and The Great Gatsby Salinger Fitzgerald
Author(s): Patrick Maholland
 
     
     
 

Plagiarism
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This webquest explains the types of plagiarism and how to avoid it. It provides questions that need to be answered as well as practice on paraphrasing without plagiarizing.
Keywords:Avoiding plagiarism while writing research papers
Author(s): Katie Kwiatkowski
 
     
     
 

Argumentative Essay
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This WebQuest aims to help students to produce better and matured writing (argumentative essay).
Keywords:argumentative, compare, contrast, global climate change, man-made and natural
Author(s): Annusha Munirathinam
 
     
     
 

Visiting Barcelona
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will organise a plan to visit Barcelona virtually. The aim of the activity is to practice English orally and learn which are the coolest places of the city.
Keywords:Barcelona, Catalonia, tourism, visit and guide
Author(s): David Oliu
 
     
     
 

1960s theme party!
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Let's plan a 60s theme party!Students are asked to prepare invitations, a food list, a song list and a decoration and tableware shopping list for their 60s theme party. They have a budget of $200 and many opportunities to explore The Sixties.
Keywords:party, 1960s, 60s, list, budget and The Sixties
Author(s): Magda Koutsouri
 
     
     
 

Endangered Animals in Greece
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students will find information about 4 endangered species that live in Greece and produce a poster about them
Keywords:endangered animals, the loggerhead sea turtle, the monk seal, the brown bear, the wolf, characterististics, eating habits and threats
Author(s): Panagiota Kourtesaki
 
     
     
 

The Tudor Queen
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: A delightful journey into the mysterious character of a mighty queen.Everyone to deal with this "picturesque" journey will come into terms with the personality of one of the most important people in the British history.
Keywords:Queen, King, England, portraits, childhood, reign and symbol
Author(s): Ioanna Mpouka
 
     
     
 

Greek Mythology WebQuest
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Description: The intention of this WebQuest is for students to research their own introduction to Greek mythology. It includes: 1. Where did the gods live, who ruled them, and how did they come to power?; 2. A quest for information about each of the 12 Olympian gods/goddesses (Name/Purpose/3 interesting facts), plus a few other interesting deities; 3. What is a "demigod", who were they, and what were their talents/powers/accomplishments?; 4. Who were some major heroes? (same questions as #3);...
Keywords:mythology, Greek mythology, gods, goddesses, demigod and heroes
Author(s): Melissa Plitt
 
     
     
 

A problem to solve
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: There is a problem in the school and you students have to solve it.
Keywords:Trip, no money, cut back, letter, arguments and solution
Author(s): Aitor Martínez
 
     
     
 

Once upon a time..
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In this webQuest, you can learn all about narrative texts. You will read various narrative texts and do some exercises related to this topic. You are also going to learn how to be a good reader.
Keywords:narratives, story and fairy tales
Author(s): Umi Rachmawati
 
     
     
 

What do you think of...?
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In this webQuest, you as a teacher are going to provide various activities to your students about hortatory texts. There will be a main task that should be done by your students related to the materials. Check this webQuest out.This webQuest is about reading activities. Therefore, you are going to have various activities to improve your reading skills.
Keywords:hortatory, opinion and standpoint
Author(s): Umi Rachmawati
 
     
     
 

Save the earth.
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This webQuest is aimed at introducing the students what posters are and how they are created. Since posters are one of the materials taught in senior high schools, there is a need to develop a good learning activity.
Keywords:posters and advices
Author(s): Umi Rachmawati
 
     
     
 

Don't Cheat!
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: This webQuest is aimed at introducing the students what posters are and how they are created. Since posters are one of the materials taught in senior high schools, there is a need to develop a good learning activity.
Keywords:posters
Author(s): Umi Rachminto
 
     
     
 

Is it right?
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In this webQuest, you as a teacher is going to provide various activities to your students about hortatory texts. There will be a main task should be done by your students related to the materials. Check this webQuest out.
Keywords:hortatory text, opinion and argument
Author(s): Rachma Umi
 
     
     
 

Long Time Ago...
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: In this webQuest, you can learn all about narrative texts. You will have various narrative texts and some exercises related to this topic. You are also going to learn how to be a good reader.
Keywords:narrative and once upon a time
Author(s): Rachma Wati
 
     
     
 

Society; Can we compare it to The Great Gatsby?
Curriculum: English / Language Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Description: Students are expected to gather information on The Great Gatsby (by: F. Scott Fitzgerald) and gather information on how our society works today. They will take that and make a comparison of the two and will complete this task by answering this question... The things that were considered acceptable in The Great Gatsby (roaring 20's), would they be accepted in modern day society (2013)? Students must write a 5-7 paragraph essay on taking a side and supporting their claim.
Keywords:The Great Gatsby, Society, What is acceptable/ what is not acceptable and comparison
Author(s): Pamela Vasquez
 
     
     
 

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