Type:

E-book

Description:

This is a webquest we created in class using Livetext. It takes place in ancient Egypt and teahces kids how to use a GPS navigating system, how to draw maps, and how to translate a message in hieroglyphics.

Subjects:

  • Social Studies > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • K
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

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Language:

English

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Members

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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0

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Update Standards?

COM.6.R.1.C.a: Communication Arts

Apply decoding strategies to "problem-solve" unknown words when reading when needed

COM.6.R.1.D.a: Communication Arts

with fluency, accuracy and expression

COM.6.R.1.D.b: Communication Arts

adjusting reading rate to difficulty and type of text

COM.6.R.1.E.a: Communication Arts

roots and affixes

COM.6.R.1.E.b: Communication Arts

context clues

COM.6.R.1.E.c: Communication Arts

glossary, dictionary and thesaurus

COM.6.R.1.F.a: Communication Arts

access prior knowledge

COM.6.R.1.F.b: Communication Arts

preview

COM.6.R.1.F.c: Communication Arts

predict with evidence

COM.6.R.1.F.d: Communication Arts

set a purpose and rate for reading

COM.6.R.1.G.a: Communication Arts

determine meaning of unknown words

COM.6.R.1.G.b: Communication Arts

self-monitor comprehension

COM.6.R.1.G.c: Communication Arts

question the text

COM.6.R.1.G.d: Communication Arts

infer

COM.6.R.1.G.e: Communication Arts

visualize

COM.6.R.1.G.f: Communication Arts

paraphrase

COM.6.R.1.G.g: Communication Arts

summarize

COM.6.R.1.H.b: Communication Arts

identify and explain the relationship between the main idea and supporting details

COM.6.R.1.H.d: Communication Arts

question to clarify

COM.6.R.1.H.e: Communication Arts

reflect

COM.6.R.1.H.f: Communication Arts

draw conclusions

COM.6.R.1.H.h: Communication Arts

paraphrase

COM.6.R.1.H.i: Communication Arts

summarize

COM.6.R.1.I.a: Communication Arts

text to text (information and relationships in various fiction and non-fiction works)

COM.6.R.1.I.b: Communication Arts

text to self (text ideas and own experiences)

COM.6.R.1.I.c: Communication Arts

text to world (text ideas and the world by identifying how literature reflects a culture and historic time frame)

COM.6.R.2.A.a: Communication Arts

interpret and analyze information in title

COM.6.R.2.A.b: Communication Arts

recognize and interpret the text features of fiction, poetry and drama

COM.6.R.2.B.a: Communication Arts

onomatopoeia

COM.6.R.2.B.b: Communication Arts

alliteration

COM.6.R.2.B.c: Communication Arts

idiom

COM.6.R.2.B.d: Communication Arts

analyze literary techniques previously introduced

COM.6.R.2.C.a: Communication Arts

demonstrate comprehension skills previously introduced

COM.6.R.2.C.b: Communication Arts

identify plot, including problem/conflict, climax, and resolution

COM.6.R.2.C.c: Communication Arts

analyze the influence of setting on characters and plot

COM.6.R.2.C.d: Communication Arts

explain cause and effect

COM.6.R.2.C.e: Communication Arts

identify point of view

COM.6.R.2.C.f: Communication Arts

identify author's viewpoint/perspective

COM.6.R.2.C.g: Communication Arts

identify the problem-solving processes of characters

COM.6.R.2.C.h: Communication Arts

explain the effectiveness of solutions

COM.6.R.3.A.a: Communication Arts

Identify and explain text features in biography and autobiography

COM.6.R.3.A.b: Communication Arts

Analyze text features to clarify meaning, emphasizing newspapers and magazines

COM.6.R.3.B.a: Communication Arts

onomatopoeia

COM.6.R.3.B.b: Communication Arts

alliteration

COM.6.R.3.B.c: Communication Arts

idiom

COM.6.R.3.B.d: Communication Arts

analyze literary techniques previously introduced

COM.6.R.3.C.a: Communication Arts

demonstrate comprehension skills previously introduced

COM.6.R.3.C.b: Communication Arts

paraphrase author's stated ideas

COM.6.R.3.C.c: Communication Arts

make predictions

COM.6.R.3.C.d: Communication Arts

make inferences

COM.6.R.3.C.e: Communication Arts

evaluate the accuracy of the information

COM.6.R.3.C.f: Communication Arts

sequence events

COM.6.R.3.C.g: Communication Arts

compare and contrast

COM.6.R.3.C.h: Communication Arts

identify point of view

COM.6.R.3.C.i: Communication Arts

determine and/or compare authors' viewpoints

COM.6.R.3.C.j: Communication Arts

identify and explain cause and effect

COM.6.R.3.C.k: Communication Arts

identify problem solving processes and explain the effectiveness of solutions

COM.6.R.3.C.l: Communication Arts

analyze two or more texts

COM.6.R.3.D.a: Communication Arts

Read and follow multi-step directions to complete a complex task

COM.6.L.1.A.a: Communication Arts

for enjoyment

COM.6.L.1.A.b: Communication Arts

for information

COM.6.L.1.A.c: Communication Arts

for directions

COM.6.L.1.A.d: Communication Arts

to identify tone, mood and emotion of verbal and nonverbal communication

COM.6.L.1.B.a: Communication Arts

Use active-listening behaviors (e.g., asks questions of speaker and uses body language and facial expressions to indicate agreement, disagreement or confusion)

COM.6.L.2.A.a: Communication Arts

speak clearly and stay on topic

COM.6.L.2.A.b: Communication Arts

use appropriate volume, tone of voice, rate of speech, fluency/ inflections and eye contact

COM.6.L.2.B.a: Communication Arts

Give clear and concise multi-step oral directions to complete a complex task
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