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WebQuests: Tundra
Home Tundra WebQuest Introduction Task Process Evaluation   Conclusion

The Process
This part tells us how to do the task.

1.  Find some information about tundra. Explore a list of suggested sites related to the tundra by clicking on this Trackstar.
  • Note:  You must decide if the information you find is useful.  Evaluate each web site for it's usefulness in helping you do the task.  What do we mean by "evaluate"?
2.  When you find Something you think is important you need to save it.  Put it on a Word document and save it under your user name. Don't forget to tell where you got your information from.
3.   Now you want to put your facts into a Power Point.  Mr. Frerichs will demonstrate in library-computer lab how to open and create a simple Power Point presentation.

4.  Review what you have done and  make any changes you need to put your presentation together.

 

 

 

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