6 Key Elements to a WebQuest

1. An introduction that sets the stage for the whole process and presents any important background information.

2. A task that defines what students create or produce as evidence of learning.

3. A process that outlines the individual steps necessary to complete the task.

4. A list of resources, usually Internet-based and often containing direct links, that helps in completing the task.

5. An evaluation tool, usually a rubric, used to judge the degree to which the task has successfully been completed.

6. A conclusion that summarizes the objectives of the Web Quest and provides closure to the activity.