|Enrichments||fun and games||M&Ms Network: http://www.m-ms.com/|
|structured teaching activities||Berkeley's Teaching Library Internet Workshops: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/Internet/FindInfo.html|
|Tools||something you use to perform tasks and solve problems||AltaVista
|References||Data base of information||Newbury
for Applied Linguistics
|Projects||Long-term projects often involving interdisciplinary research||Global
|Activities||Treasure/Scavenger Hunts, Subject Sampler, WebQuest||Scavenger
hunt for ESOL educators
Online articles by Tom March on educational web use:
What is on the Web?: Seven ways teachers can view and use the content of the Web. http://www.ozline.com/learning/webtypes.html
Scrapbook: Learners use a multimedia collection of information on a topic to create their own scrapbooks.
Treasure Hunt: Learners develop knowledge by looking for specific information on designated sites.
Sampler: Learners visit selected small set of sites to solve problems and respond to challenges from a personal perspective.
WebQuest: Learners use a collection of web resources organized around a main topic to address a selected task, scenario, or problem.