English Language Arts Web Quests
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Poetry Scavenger Hunt! - Welcome to the poetry scavenger
hunt! Be the first to find them all, or the group with the most,
and you get a PRIZE!
Tools of Word 2010 - In this web quest the task will be
to use the basic programs and tools of Microsoft Word 2010.
of Walt Disney - In this web quest you will write a biography
on the life of the man known as Walt Disney.
Your Speech - To deliver a three- minute informative or
- What is character?
Web - Your mission is to read Charlotte's Web and create an activity
booklet that includes the items on the following list.
WebQuest - Often in literature characters are influenced by the religious
and social customs of the period in which they live. By researching various
aspects of Puritan life during the seventeenth century in America you
will develop insight into the behavior of particular literary characters
in The Crucible.
Service - Your task is to follow the process below and complete the
assignment individually and then as a department present a PowerPoint
presentation that highlights what you have learned about customer service.
Bullying_: Not Ever - Through out this Webquest you will explore the
meanings behind Cyber Bullying. You will undertake activities in order
to form a clearer understanding of the roles of the bully, the victim
and the bystander.
Stinks! - You will be examining the topic of cyberbullying. With more
technology being available, there are also more opportunities to be unkind
Decimal System - When you finish this Web quest not only will you
be able to find the book, you will be able to find it in almost any library
you enter and you will be able to teach others how to find books in libraries!
Forget the Lyrics! - To become a master of your group's part of speech
and present your musical talents to the class.
Trip to Epcot - How would you persuade your principal to allow the
second grade to take a field trip to Disney's Epcot in Orlando, Florida?
Tale Writer - Your task is to write your own folktale using the resources
provided. Make sure your folktale has a clear beginning, middle, and end!
Fairy Tale - Complete a story map for each of the different versions
of the story. Decide who's side you agree with and write a letter to the
character to tell them you are on your side.
Paulsen - How do writers get the information for their books. Research
Gary Paulsen and interview him about how he gets the ideas for his books.
Dance Flamenco! - No course about Spanish culture is completed without
mentioning flamenco. What is this art about? What are its origins? Where
to find a good flamenco school in Warsaw? The answers to the questions
are hidden below. Have fun!
Holden Caulfie - How did the people and events Holden Caulfield encountered
days before his nervous breakdown affect him? What role, if any, did these
people and/or events play in putting Holden in his current situation?
on Mango Street - Sandra Cisneros used her Mexican heritage to portray
life in the barrios. Through vignettes (short stories written like poems)
she tells several incidents of many characters.
and Narrative Speeches - You should deliver a three minute informative
or narrative speech, for this purpose you have to know the definitions
of these type of speeches and their structure.
to the Spanish Language - This is a WebQuest was made for high school
students,commonly those in Grade 9 who are learning about the Spanish
language for the first time.
Seeking - Is it possible to have a job that is both rewarding in terms
of money offering opportunities for showing your individuality, imagination
Carnaval - We must take what we learn and create a persuasive poster
to convince everyone of how great "le Carnival" is and how it would be
a beneficial school field trip.
How to Study - Find 5 important different study skills that you can
use to help you learn.
Connections - You are being charged with creating a three minute library
commercial that will inspire 7th grade students to use the library.
of the Flies - Your task is to find news articles from the last 2
months (August/September). You articles must deal with each of the five
themes from Lord of the Flies.
Review - How do you and friends choose a movie? What kind of movies
do you like? What about the actors and story?
People - Where are your friends from? Do you know people from other
countries? Have you ever been in other countries during your holidays?
If you meet a child who only speaks English, what could you tell him/her
Places You'll Go! - What 3 colleges will meet your needs and help
you on your path to success?
Writing - Today, you are going to do a little bit of reading. The
purpose is to explore the thoughts of writers on the subject of writing.
and Working - As a group, you will design a business. Where are you
located? What is your product or service? How many employees? Your team
will then complete an information packet for new hires.
of a Textbook - You will first take out a textbook and then follow
the process below.
for the Future - How will you make it on your own with the responsibilities
of acquiring a place to live, securing a job, and continuing with your
education and planning a budget around all of the necessities needed to
Bullying Now! - What can I do to stop bullying?
Punctuation - You are a group of fashion designers that work for your
punctuation mark: they are your client. You are creating an original look
based on the personality you've determined they have that is reflected
on the way they behave in sentences.
Devices - Rhetorical Devices are a technique used in literacy that
add style and clarity to writing. It gives the speaker or writer a chance
to convey a specific meaning and evoke a specific emotion from the reader.
Williams-Garcia - Rita Williams-Garcia is the author of "Diamond Land"
as well as many other exciting books. Her books are about teens and real
and Julio - Ever wondered what a modern Romeo and Juliet would be
like? In this novel Romiette and Julio you will travel into a love story
of today's world. Predict what you can expect!
Architecture - What are the characteristics of the Stalinist, Rococo,
and Byzantine architecture?
Tenggang's Homecoming - "si tenggang�s homecoming" is a
poem about a man who has gone traveling and comes back as a better person
after gaining experiences from the journey.
Skills - Is there a right way to study?
Wide Webquest - After an emergency meeting of the PTA committee the
parents of Eagle Avenue Middle School have banned the use of the Internet
at school! After a vote to put a hold on all Internet activities the parents
of Eagle Avenue students vow that they will never again allow their students
to be put in danger by giving them access to the Internet.
Bee's Knees - You have just been hired to work for the #1 publication
company in New York. The publication company was extremely impressed with
how well your interview went.
Breadwinner - The purpose of this webquest is to help you learn more
about Afghanistan and the novel, The Breadwinner.
Giver - Lois Lowry wrote a novel about a community that seems to function
perfectly. The Giver describes a perfect society.
Gods of Olympus - The Greek gods and goddesses were a way for the
ancient Greeks to explain the natural world around them.
Ideal Job - Choose which professional field you would like to explore.
You must discuss as a group the three best careers within that professional.
Outsiders - The task at hand is to explore the time that the book
The Outsiders is set in. You will learn more about the 1960's.
Road Not Taken - Robert Frost is one of the most well known American
poets. His poetry leads the way for critical thinking and analysis.
Truth about Halloween - Today we will do some research to find out
a little more about Halloween and what it represents!
- The G.E.E.K. of the Week
- Johnstown Flood of 1889
- Knowing Poe
- Single Shard, A
- Threads of
Change in 19th Century America
- Victims of Mass Hysteria
- The World of Pigs
- Threads of Change in 19th
In Charge! Planning an Adventure Trip