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UPDATED TO MATCH CHOOSEMYPLATE.GOV WEBSITE CHANGES FOR MAY 2016. Students will use this webquest to explore the USDA's choosemyplate.gov website. It is differentiated; students will progress through levels 1-3 at their own pace according to ability
Designed for the iPad, but useable on a computer, this webquest will help your students explore their individual nutrition needs as well as the ins and outs of each group of USDA's MyPlate!
Using the designated website, your students will explore the various Body Systems and answer multiple choice and open-ended questions. Students will have to watch various videos on body parts in order to find the answers to the questions. At the
Activity for a food/restaurant unit: Students go to the McDonald's website and answer various questions about the menu. They discover the ingredients of certain foods, compare McDonald's in Spain to those in the United States, and comment on the
Respiratory System / Lung Virtual Field Trip Want to find an interesting way to introduce the structure of the respiratory system to students besides having them take deep breaths? Then take them on a virtual field trip of the lungs! This
This CLICK and DO worksheet invites student to access the internet with the provided hyperlinks. Students investigate facts and hazards associated with smoking. Each 'smoke cloud' takes them directly to a website that they can research and answer
Students are thrilled by Fast Food! Let’s teach them to look at calories, fat, and sodium to teach them better choices! This has a comparison of: - McDonalds Vs Chick-Fil-A Meals - Chick-Fil-A Meals showing a range of which meals are
This guided internet search contains links to specific websites that teach children about disabilities. Students are given directions requiring them to answers specific questions about autism, cerebral palsy, and other disabilites. This guided
Students will explore the cost of raising a child in different environments and within single parent and two parent homes. They will see how paying for college and different incomes make a difference in the yearly and total amounts. They will
Help students discover answers to a complex and relevant issue: self-harm. Teachers and counsellors will be able to use this inquiry as a tool for students to research on-line and in your library for information on this topic of self-injury. The
This webquest was created for fourth graders as they explore health and nutrition. It has mini-lessons and projects at the end of each mini-lesson and then has a culminating project (five paragraph essay).
I created this webquest for my ESOL students taking Health and PE. Students visit a website and look for information about violence and self-injury. The quest asks students to list information, answer short answer questions, and write one
This webquest is Middle School appropriate to assist in self exploration in a current WebQuest. Topics covered are Diabetes and Cancer. It includes graphic organizers, and colorful "politcal cartoons" which hold factual information.
Introduce the Nervous System to your students with this exciting webquest! Students will challenge their fives senses, take a tour of the brain, play a brain game, probe the brain as a doctor would.
This is a worksheet to go with a website designed to teach students about the dangers of loud sounds. Students can explore the website on their own and teachers can use this worksheet to collect some information from students and ensure they are
This webquest uses Calorie King and other sites to guide students through an analysis of their diet and other common foods. Students are required to answer a series of questions regarding the nutrients in common food. Some minor calculations are
This scavenger hunt requires students to search the internet or use a child development chart (for ages birth to 5 years) to answer a variety of questions about the development of gross and fine motor, social, language, and self-help skills.
As teachers, we know teenagers LOVE to engage in interactive websites. I have developed a webquest using several different websites pertaining to tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana. Students are engaged in learning and finding new information on
This is a non-communicable webquest concentrating on heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Students will navigate to the websites and answer the questions on the worksheet pertaining to the diseases. Students will use five different websites to
This is a webquest worksheet for a lesson on food allergies. The first section links to an article and radio clip about a new study on peanut allergies. The next section is a YouTube video clip on living with severe food allergies. The last two
Short webquest for middle school or high school students. This is a perfect idea for a substitute teacher or a "shortened" period day. Three different websites are used. The drugs that are researched are: Ecstasy, LSD, Heroin, Cocaine, Meth,
Students in my Sports Medicine class must learn about the major skin conditions that athletes may face. As an introduction, I found a great website that has a practice quiz (pre-assessment) and slide shows that students can use to preview major
A 2 page web quest that involves students researching nutritional facts for many popular fast food restaurants and examining kid’s mental and physical health; plus a couple games to make things fun and interesting for students.
This CLICK and DO worksheet invites student to access the internet with the provided hyperlinks. Students study the effects and risks associated with drinking alcohol. It has a quiz page, the physical effects, alcohol content calculator, discusses
HEAR is a great webquest! Students will learn all about the inner parts of the ear, how loud noises affect their hearing, and what sound actually is. They will then finish off by taking a quiz to assess what they've learned.
This is a guided web quest where students are provided pre-screened websites that are appropriate for teens to research and learn about HIV/AIDS. Comes with a teacher notes page to guide you on how to post the item for easy student access to
Students use a website to research the anatomy, treatment, prognosis, and current research in eight common neurological or brain related diseases and disorders. The website is provided on the first page of the assignment. Students then pick two
Link to the webquest http://zunal.com/webquest.php?w=238837 Click on the product preview to view a few of the sample questions. What you will receive is the extensive student printable/editable worksheet AND the rubric to accomodate this
Bonus Activity Now Included: An AIDS RAFT Writing Activity!! This is an updated WebQuest that explores the definitions, statistics, social issues, and other factors of one of the deadliest diseases of the last 30 years, HIV/AIDS. Students will be
Nutrition on the Web: An Internet Scavenger Hunt 2 pages, plus a 2 page answer key and 1 title page PDF Format Additional Materials Needed: Internet Access This 2 page product is great for helping students find credible nutrition information on
The two included assignments are great for science or health classes at middle school or high school. Both assignments need Internet access and are perfect for in-class or homework. Assignment #1 - Webquest asking students to identify the 10 most
Created to follow my lesson, "Internet Activity: Fat Soluble Vitamins", this lesson allows students to discover information dealing with water soluble vitamins.
This web exercise goes along with the Nova interactive How Cancer Grows. Students follow the checklist in this document (link to interactive in doc). There are step by step directions to navigate through the interactive and a critical thinking
This is a computer lab related to the performance component of reaction time. It satifies cuuriculum initiative of Physical fitness as wells as cross curricular initiatives of Math and Science. Students will logon to two different cites and will
Engage your students in learning about Diabetes while honing their technology skills with this exciting webquest! Students will learn how Diabetes affects the body and the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, followed by an online quiz to
Students will investigate proper nutrition during pregnancy through a web search. Students will assess their knowledge by creating a menu for a pregnant woman following the guidelines.
This PowerPoint presentation describes stress, general adaptation syndrome, and stress management techniques. It also contains webquest activities. It addresses four of the National Health Education Standards and is appropriate for middle and junior
This is a worksheet designed to have students explore the basic facts about drugs. Student Instructions: Use the Internet to research answers for the questions and fill-in-the-blanks below. Please be sure to use scholarly sources (meaning websites
Take your students on a historical and fun tour of South Dakota! Students will learn about South Dakota's "Great Faces, Great Places" though the lens of social studies, math, English language arts, health and safety. An interactive timeline of
This is an online scavenger hunt using credible websites for students to find information on how much it costs to own a pet. They need to find information about what it means to microchip, neuter and adopt a pet. They also have to think critically
Take your students on a historical and fun tour of North Dakota! Students will learn about North Dakota's legendary "faces and places"though the lens of social studies, math, English language arts, health and safety activities. An interactive
I created this document to link to several documents from Scholastic and some government websites. I think this is a great assignment that let's students explore and find information themselves. This is for students that can access the internet.
INCLUDES: Webquest, Rubric Students are each (or in groups) given a vitamin or mineral to research. Students complete information. Rubric for completion is included.
INCLUDES: Student Worksheet, Answer Sheet, Word Bank Students label parts of the heart using Word Bank (given), then draw arrows to show how the blood moves through the heart.