Hello! I am Annelore Peeters. I am pursuing my teacher's degree from Ghent University.
I designed this WebQuest for my course 'Vakdidactische Uitdieping Engels'.
Target audience: sixth form, general education
Timing: two lessons (100 minutes), excl. evaluation
This WebQuests targets both receptive skills (reading, watching/listening) and productive skills (writing, speaking).
It also targets culture and vocabulary.
- Pupils can make pairs and get started on a webquest.
- Pupils can estimate what is expected of them.
- Pupils can select specific information when listening.
- Pupils can look up and select essential information about the EU and use this to formulate an explanation
- Pupils can express their opinion about the EU in a short written text.
- Pupils can discuss and reflect about British stereotypes.
- Pupils can research a question about British culture and use the information they find to answer that question in their own words.
- Pupils can discuss the information they found with their peers.
- Pupils can memorize the broad structure of the British Parliament.
- Pupils can unravel and write down the main idea of a text in their own words.
- Pupils can briefly answer questions asked by the author of the text.
- Pupils can deduct meaning of words from context and compare their explanation with that from an online English dictionary.
- Ps can answer questions that require a deeper understanding and close reading of the text.
- Ps can adopt a critical attitude towards the media and express their opinion about media articles.
- Ps can come up with arguments and counterarguments for a debate.
- Ps can defend their point of view thoroughly and considerately during a debate.
- The Open University. (2016). The History of the EU with David Mitchell -->. Consulted on the 10th of July 2019 via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfN05WB_rYw
- European Parliament. (n.d.). Fact Sheets on the European Union. Consulted on the 15th of July 2019 via http://www.europarl.europa.eu/factsheets/en/home
- UK Parliament. (2014). Parliament structure explained -->. Consulted on 8th of July 2019 via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlPSAOa4vR4
- Ross-Thomas, E. (2018, December 8). Confused About Brexit? Here’s What You Need to Know. The Washington Post. Consulted on 19th of December via https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/confused-about-brexit-heres-what-you-need-to-know/2018/12/08/17414eae-fade-11e8-8642-c9718a256cbd_story.html?noredirect=on.
- Ross-Thomas, E. (2019, May 8). What Happens Next in Brexit?. The Washington Post. Consulted on 20th of July 2019 via https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/what-happens-next-in-brexit/2019/05/03/93760c20-6dbc-11e9-bbe7-1c798fb80536_story.html.