WEBQUEST SURVEY

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YEAR 2 Round 2 WebQuest Survey
CREST Project at The University of Texas @ San Antonio
Name:
Email:
Grade:
District:
School:
Subject:
Directions:
To help make the WebQuests align with your curriculum; please answer the following questions with as much detail as possible.
The topics provided are for WebQuests that will be available February 1st. WebQuests are created using SS and Science topics with
RDG/LA/English topics integrated. If you provide RDG/LA/English topics please provide a SS or Science topic that can be integrated
also. Not all topics suggested will have WebQuests created for them; we are creating WebQuests based upon topics
received that are similar across the 3 districts we serve. Grade levels with several participants may turn in one survey with the
topic(s) of choice for each subject and all of the teacher’s names listed.
Social Studies:
1. List the topic(s) in Social Studies taught during the month of October:
(example: communities, map skills, The American Revolution)
2. List the TEKS that go with the above topic:
(The TEKS for each topic must be listed to be considered):
3. Do you use the Social studies textbook as your primary resource?
If not, then what other resources do you use?
4. The length of time for Social Studies per class period:
(example: 48 min class period or 40 min sometime during the school day, every other week for 45 minutes)
5. The length of time per topic:
(how long do you spend on each specific topic – example: 2 weeks on The American Revolution, 1 week on communities):
Science:
1. List the topic in Science during the month of October:
(example: physical properties, states of matter, rocks/minerals, human body):
2. List the TEKS that go with the above topic:
(The TEKS for each topic must be listed to be considered)
3. Do you use the Science textbook at your primary resource?
If not, then what other resources do you use?
4. The length of time for Science per class period:
(example: 48 min class period or 40 min sometime during the school day, every other week for 45 minutes):
5. The length of time per topic:
(how long do you spend on each specific topic – example: 2 weeks on States of Matter, 1 week on the Human Body):
Reading/Language Arts/English:
1. List the topic(s) in RDG/LA/English taught during the month of October:
(example: vocabulary development, drawing conclusions)
2. List the TEKS that go with the above topic:
(The TEKS for each topic must be listed to be considered)
3. Do you use the Reading/Language Arts/English textbook as your primary resource?
If not, then what other resources do you use?
4. The length of time for Reading/Language Arts/English per class period:
(example: 48 min class period or 40 min during the school day)
5. The length of time per topic:
(how long do you spend on each specific topic – example: 3 days on drawing conclusions, 2 weeks on _?)
Technology Logistics:
1. The length of time allotted in a computer lab setting:
2. Please list the software applications your students have experience using:
3. On average, would you say your students have beginning, intermediate or advanced computer skills:
4. Can your students toggle between two screens when researching information on the Internet?
5. Can your students copy/paste from the Internet and print documents?
Comments/Suggestions: (please feel free to add any additional comments/suggestions that you think would be helpful)
Lucretia M. Fraga: [email protected]
Copyright © 2005 by Lucretia M. Fraga. All rights reserved.
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