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Economics WebQuests

USF's WebQuest is a publication of the College of Education by Master's Degree Students for fellow K-12 teachers and is edited by Ian Call and James A. Duplass.

Each WebQuest is divided into two components:

Teachers' Page is for the instructor and consist of:

  • a lesson plan explanation;
  • links to content websites;
  • a PowerPoint Presentation to be used in class;
  • resources needed by the teacher like, handouts, maps, etc.;
  • etc.

Students' Page is for the student.

  • only the Students' Page address should be given to students as the starting point for their WebQuest (students should not be given the Instructor's page). 
  • it should contain all the websites and resources like graphic organizers, rubrics, maps, etc. for students to complete their WebQuest.

Please click on the WebQuest Teachers" page and remember, students should not be given the Teachers' Page.

Teachers' Page:
Economic effects during the Industrial Revolution by Eiria Arellano

Students' Page

 

Teachers' Page:
The Civil Rights Movement - The Economic Origins by Anthonia Elensi    

Students Page

 

Teachers' Page:
Morals vs Money- by Felix Romero    

Students Page

 

Teachers' Page:
Get Your Assets in Order by Brain Wassmuth

Students' Page

 

Teachers' Page:
Should black market sales figures be included in GDP? by Kathryn Whitaker

 Students' Page

 

Teachers' Page:
Economic Geography by James Wilson

Students' Page

 

Teachers' Page:
Introduction to Economics by Misty Wilson

Students' Page

 

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