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History 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:
Countries of Southern Europe Alan Sweetland
Students Page:
asweetland/webquest.htm  
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The Civil Rights Movement Byron A. Miller
Students Page:
bmiller/webquest.htm
Teachers' Page:
Quest for the Gold Bill Warnken 
Students Page:
bwarnken/webquest.htm
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Roman Government/Conflict of the Orders Cheryl Bernales
Students Page:
cbernales/webquest.htm
Teachers' Page:
The New Immigrant  Christina Durkee
Students Page:
cdurkee/webquest.htm
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History and Religion: Crossing Over to Understand Darlene J. Corcoran
Students Page:
dcorcoran/webquest.htm
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The Formation of the United States Constitution Diane Luke
Students Page:
dcorcoran/webquest.htm
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Children and The Holocaust  Ms. Thomas
Students Page:
dthomas/webquest.htm
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A visit to Bletchley Park Gary J. Becea 
Students Page:
gbecea/webquest.htm
Teachers' Page:
The Influence of Women on History Holly Julian 
Students Page:
hjulian/webquest.htm
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The Age of Imperialism  Jennifer Berringer
Students Page:
jberringer/webquest.htm
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WW II: Examining the Perspectives of Three Different Fronts Jefferson Douglas 
Students Page:
jdouglas/webquest.htm
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Music and the Civil War Jack Fitch
Students Page:
jfitch/webquest.htm
Teachers' Page:
Italian Renaissance  Jonelle Formato
Students Page:
jformato/webquest.htm
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The American Civil War Mrs. Habeeb
Students Page:
jhabeeb/webquest.htm
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Growing Pains: Robber Barons and the Growth of U.S. Industry, 1865-1914  John E. Pitcairn
Students Page:
jpitcairn/webquest.htm

Teachers' Page:
Ancient Greek Olympics Kelly Bryant
Students Page:
kbryant/webquest.htm

Teachers' Page:
If I lived in the Middle Ages, how would I live my life? Kathleen Melfy
Students Page:
kmelfy/webquest.htm
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Mountain Madness:  The conquest of Mt. Everest Michael R. Tolbert 
Students Page:
mtolbert/webquest.htm
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D-Day: A Soldier's Experience  Nicholas Mercer
Students Page:
nmercer/Webquest.htm
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European Excursion Naomi Oliver
Students Page:
noliver/webquest.htm
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The Birth of a New Idea: The United States Constitution Raechel Alequin
Students Page:
ralequin/webquest.htm
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The Holocaust...What Happened? Tracey Burns 
Students Page:
tburns/webquest.htm
 

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