The WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all of the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the Internet. It is an ideal way to deliver a lesson over the web. Web Quests are discovery learning tools; they are usually used to either begin or finish a unit of study. When creating a Web Quest, it is beneficial to be able to make your own web pages, but it is not necessary.
The web quest is a great tool to use as a collaborative activity in which students create a product (fostering cooperative learning). It can be used to teach students how to be independent thinkers since most of the problems encountered in a Web Quest are real-world problems. In addition, it also serves as a
motivational technique to keep students on task.
This webquests is an instructional guide that helps in the planning, implementation, and assessment process of student learning.
This WebQuest could not have been completed without assistance from the following persons:
Mrs Hamilton (Lecturer)
This web quest is a very important instrument that teachers can use in the teaching and learning process.