This is an assignment created in Word that uses a website for all answers. It can be used as a research project or a webquest. The website is embedded into the document. It's super fun and very visually stimulating to include music and funky visual effects. I go over the website first before letting the students embark on this assignment. The website involves navigating through a drug 'menu' - choose a drug, and the following pages will give street names, effects on the user, side effects and how it's taken. It's also narrated - bonus! All the teacher has to do while introducing the site is facilitate. This assignment involves going to the website, choosing a drug from the menu, and answering the questions about it. All answers are found in the website - no searching the internet.
This assignment is used on the computer with a drop box such as Blackboard, PowerSchool or School Space. It can be quickly and easily converted into a printable paper copy by simply removing the asterisks and adding lines for the students to write their answers instead of typing them. I use this format often so that we can save paper by using electronic copies of assignments.
The student answers the questions by placing the cursor between the red asterisks and begins typing the answer - that way they can easily see that they've answered the question and I can easily grade the assignment by reading what they've typed in red. A nice feature of assignments that are used on the computer along with a website is that the assignment can be 'pinned' to one side of the computer screen and the website pinned to the other so the student can see both the assignment and the website they're working from at the same time. I love technology! The completed assignment submitted by the student will look much like your answer KEY - provided they answered all questions correctly!
If you'd like to make this a paper assignment that uses the website for answers, just delete the red asterisks and add lines for answers.