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A webquest on the butterfly life cycle.

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  • 1. Student Page [Teacher Page]Butterfly Life Cycle TitleA WebQuest for 2nd Grade (Science) Introduction Designed by Task ProcessBenita Webb baw48@zips.uakron.eduEvaluationConclusionCredits

2. Student Page [Teacher Page] Introduction Title Introduction Task ProcessEvaluationWelcome to the Butterfly WebQuest. You are now aConclusionbutterfly hunter. Your job is to find butterflies and learnabout them In this WebQuest you learn how butterfliesgrow from tiny eggs to a beautiful butterfly and differenttypes.Credits 3. Student Page [Teacher Page]The Task TitleAfter listening to stories about butterflies and caterpillars you and a Introduction Task partner will learn more about the butterflies life cycle by visiting web sites Processto see the life cycle, different types of butterflies and a little more them.EvaluationConclusionYour job is to:Complete a web activity on the butterfly life cycleWatch a video on the butterfly life cycleVisit websites to find out more about butterfliesCreate your own butterfly bookCreate your own butterfly life cycle poster with your partner and discussthe activity with your partner and write 4 sentences about what youlearnedCredits 4. Student Page [Teacher Page]The Process Title Introduction1.Your teacher will ask you what you know about butterflies and as a class you will read two very Task good books on butterflies. Process2.The teacher will assign partners for you to work with. It is very important that to you worktogether and share information (TEAMWORK!).Evaluation3.You and your partner will visit http://kids.sandiegozoo.org/animals/nsects/butterfly andConclusionNational Geographic4. You and your partner will watch Butterfly Life Cycle5. You and your partner will work on the interactive web site and play theButterfly Life Cycle Game6.You and your partner then will make an poster of the life cycle of the butterfly and write foursentences on something you learning from using the webquest.7.Once your finish you will switch groups and you and your partner will make the Life Cycle of aButterfly shape book.Credits 5. Student Page [Teacher Page]Evaluation Title You and your partner will fill this a rubric. Introduction Task ProcessTeacher Name:Mrs. WebbEvaluationConclusionStudent Name:________________________________________CATEGORY 432 1TotalPresentation Well-rehearsed with smooth Rehearsed with fairly smooth Delivery not smooth, but able Delivery not smooth and delivery that holds audience delivery that holds audience to maintain interest of the audience attention often lost. attention. attention most of the time.audience most of the time.SourcesSource information collected Source information collected Source information collected Very little or no source for all graphics, facts andfor all graphics, facts andfor graphics, facts and quotes, information was collected. quotes. All documented inquotes. Most documented in but not documented in desired desired format.desired format.format.MechanicsNo misspellings or grammatical Three or fewer misspellingsFour misspellings and/or More than 4 errors in spelling errors.and/or mechanical errors.grammatical errors.or grammar.SourcesSource information collected Source information collected Source information collected Very little or no source for all graphics, facts andfor all graphics, facts andfor graphics, facts and quotes, information was collected. quotes. All documented inquotes. Most documented in but not documented in desired desired format.desired format.format.Credits 6. Student Page [Teacher Page] Conclusion Title IntroductionCongratulations! You are now a master butterfly hunter. You know know how caterpillars become Task butterflies. Arent butterflies cool? ProcessEvaluationConclusionCredits 7. Student Page [Teacher Page]Credits & References Title IntroductionThe Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle TaskWhere Butterflies Grow - by Joanne Ryder ProcessButterfly Life Cycle Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRsmbTArnAAEvaluationButterfly Life Cycle game- http://www.cookie.com/kids/games/butterfly-life-cycle.htmlConclusionhttp://www.clemetzoo.com/animal_plant/games/butterfly.asphttp://kids.sandiegozoo.org/animals/insects/butterflyCredits 8. [Student Page]Teacher PageButterfly Life Cycle )A WebQuest for 2nd Grade (Science) Title IntroductionDesigned by Learners Benita WebbStandards baw48@uakron.edu ProcessResourcesEvaluationTeacher ScriptConclusionCredits Based on a template from The WebQuest Page 9. [Student Page]Teacher Page Introduction (Teacher)This lesson was designed by Benita Webb a Education Major at the University of TitleAkron.This lesson is about the life cycle of the butterfly. The lesson consist of students Introduction doing there own research and showing what they found out. There are also several Learners art projects with this lesson.Standards ProcessResourcesEvaluationTeacher ScriptConclusionCredits 10. [Student Page]Teacher PageLearners (Teacher) TitleThis lesson is anchored in second grade science and are and involves some social Introduction studies and math. The student do not need to know anything about the subject prior Learners to the lesson. They will need computer skills mainly.Standards ProcessResourcesEvaluationTeacher ScriptConclusionCredits 11. [Student Page]Teacher Page Curriculum Standards (Teacher) Title Introduction Learners Science Standards AddressedStandards ProcessResourcesEvaluationTeacher ScriptConclusionCredits 12. [Student Page]Teacher Page The Process (Teacher) Title1.Your teacher will ask you what you know about butterflies and as Introduction a class you will read two very good books on butterflies. Learners 2.The teacher will assign partners for you to work with. It is veryStandards important that to you work together and share information(TEAMWORK!). ProcessResources 3.You and your partner will visitEvaluationhttp://kids.sandiegozoo.org/animals/nsects/butterfly andNational GeographicTeacher ScriptConclusion4. You and your partner will watch Butterfly Life Cycle5. You and your partner will work on the interactive web site andplay the Butterfly Life Cycle Game6.You and your partner then will make an poster of the life cycle ofthe butterfly and write four sentences on something you learningfrom using the webquest.7.Once your finish you will switch groups and you and your partnerwill make the Life Cycle of a Butterfly shape book.Credits 13. [Student Page]Teacher PageResources (Teacher) Title IntroductionAccess to the internet and computers will be your main tool LearnersAlong with:Standards ProcessScissorResources CrayonsEvaluationMarkerPrinter paperTeacher ScriptA printerConclusionAnd two books on ButterfliesCredits 14. [Student Page]Teacher PageEvaluation(Teacher) Title Multimedia Project : Butterfly Life Cycle Introduction LearnersStandardsTeacher Name: Mrs. Webb ProcessStudent Name: ________________________________________ResourcesCATEGORY 4 32 1TotalPresentationWell-rehearsed with smooth delivery Rehearsed with fairly smooth Delivery not smooth, but able toDelivery not smooth and audienceEvaluationthat holds audience attention.delivery that holds audienceattention most of the time. maintain interest of the audience most of the time. attention often lost.Teacher ScriptSources Source information collected for allSource information collected for all Source information collected forVery little or no source informationConclusiongraphics, facts and quotes. Alldocumented in desired format.graphics, facts and quotes. Mostdocumented in desired format. graphics, facts and quotes, but not documented in desired format. was collected.Mechanics No misspellings or grammaticalThree or fewer misspellings and/or Four misspellings and/orMore than 4 errors in spelling orerrors. mechanical errors. grammatical errors. grammar.Sources Source information collected for allSource information collected for all Source information collected forVery little or no source informationgraphics, facts and quotes. All graphics, facts and quotes. Most graphics, facts and quotes, but not was collected.documented in desired format. documented in desired format.documented in desired format.Credits 15. [Student Page]Teacher PageTeacher Script(Teacher) TitleThe WebQuest model is best suited for learners who can navigate the Web on their Introduction own and can read the kinds of material commonly found on the Web. We can Learners stretch the format to reach primary-aged learners, developmental English LanguageLearners and special populations by creating a facilitated WebQuest, one thatStandards requires an adult or older peer to drive things. ProcessUse this page to create a script for that facilitator. The facilitator would print thispage out and use it to guide their progress through the WebQuest.ResourcesThis page will include step by step directions to the facilitator, including:Evaluation What to say at each point in the processTeacher Script What to click on What questions and misconceptions to anticipateConclusion How long to take at each point When to direct learners to work away from the computerTo help the facilitator, you might want to include screen dumps of particular screensembedded with the directions of what to do at that point.This page is linked to the Process segment off of the Teacher PageCredits 16. [Student Page]Teacher PageConclusion (Teacher) Title IntroductionI think this lesson is a fun science lesson that all the students will love. Hope LearnersStandards ProcessResourcesEvaluationTeacher ScriptConclusionCredits 17. [Student Page]Teacher Page Credits & References (Teacher) Title Introduction The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle LearnersWhere Butterflies Grow - by Joanne RyderStandards ProcessButterfly Life Cycle Video -Resources http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRsmbTArnAAEvaluationTeacher Script Butterfly Life Cycle game-http://www.cookie.com/kids/games/butterfly-life-cycle.htmlConclusionhttp://www.clemetzoo.com/animal_