I would like to thank University of Cebu-Main Campus and especially our beloved Dr. Richard Alcantara for instructing us for our webquest!
This webquest will help students understand how important adjectives are in their writing. They will learn what an adjective is and how they make their writing more interesting. We also hope that it will help you think of new and creative ways to add a little entertainment and excitement to future writing assignments. This web quest was designed to make learning about adjectives fun and informational, to help kindle the imaginations of your students. There are plenty of fun games, puzzles, and challenging tasks that should have your students excited to learn and teach other students the joy of adjectives. There is enough material here to cover several class periods depending on how far you have students go with each link. The actual group project can be completed in one session.
The grade level that this web quest is geared toward, is K-2. According to the Arizona Department of Education, by grade level 2, students should be able to comprehend that print represents spoken language, and that it conveys meaning. Students should be able to generate series of rhyming words, and distinguish between long and short syllables, and should be pronouncing multi-syllable words with correct content and meaning.
Authors: Monica Hooker, Jennifer Markley, Debra Lee- Scofield, and Amanda Smith
Credits to Dr. Richard Alcantara
Educational Technology 2D (8:01-9:31PM)