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Description:This lesson was developed by three undergraduate Secondary Education Majors at the West Chester University, in Integration of Technology in Education course. The goal of this assignment for us was to create a WebQuest that challenges the student to work together using multiple resources integrating Technology into the classroom. Because we are Secondary Education Majors, our WebQuest is geared toward 9th-12th grade students. This lesson challenges students to do research on the French Revolution and analyze how the social classes of the Era were portrayed in the film Les Miserables. They will then take their own thoughts about the social classes and produce a novel creation. This project helps student build interpersonal and linguistic intelligence. The will be working in groups and doing research which will challenge the categories. This WebQuest takes students through just about every cognitive level of Bloom's Taxonomy, with areas emphasized more than other. These students are required to remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and create to be successful in this WebQuest. This WebQuest is designed for a 9th-12th grade French class. It is made to cover material for the culture, not language section of the course. It involves social studies, language arts, but there is some French language exposure in the film. This WebQuest could be modified for a research project in a Language arts class, or it could be used in a social studies classroom.
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