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Title: Time to Buy a Car!
URL: www.zunal.com/webquest.php?w=57605
Description: Students will use online resources to manage a monthly budget, shop for a car, compare interest rates/loan options, and ultimately "buy" a new car! Applied concepts include percents, decimals, and loan interest. Students will use critical thinking skills to make purchasing decisions based on these concepts. Students can work independently and/or in groups. Unit can be modified to take between 3 to 5 days. Adaptable for grades 6-12th.
Keywords: Math, interest, loan, budget, percentage, buy, car
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Author(s): S Bollinger

Title: Media Literacy and Cyber-safety
URL: www.zunal.com/webquest.php?w=66259
Description: A comprehensive guide to help students understand the many facets of the media, including tv commercials, advertising, entertainment, product packaging, and the dangers of the internet. Includes activities on cyber-safety and critical thinking skills to evaluate the accuracy of information and credibility of sources. Encourages responsible use of the internet, including avoiding plagiarism. Adaptable for grades 6th through 8th
Keywords: media, literacy, plagiarism, cyber-safety, internet, safety, advertising, cyberbullying
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Author(s): S Bollinger

Title: Computers: A Journey from Past to Future
URL: www.zunal.com/webquest.php?w=65370
Description: Did you know that as we speak, monkeys are able to control robotic devices with their brainwaves? Have you seen the most powerful supercomputer in the world? This unit is packed with websites, videos, and interactive resources to explore the past, present, and future of computer technology. Casual browsers are encouraged to explore the catalog of video links, demonstrating breakthroughs on the cutting edge of science and technology. Cooperative groups analyze computer innovations, create an interactive timeline, and present new ideas about the future of computers, gadgets, and the internet. Includes resources to learn how computers work. Adaptable for middle school, high school, and college. This comprehensive project can be broken into several units and provides a minimum of 12-16 hours of instructional time.
Keywords: History, computers, timeline, future, technology, internet, lesson plans
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Author(s): S Bollinger

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