If you do not want to have your students type in the entire web address in their directions. You can simply tell them to go to a search engine (Google) and type in Pompeii History Channel and it should be the first link.
The questions go in order on the WebQuest as the students see it online. They are easy to fill in with word-for-word sentences taken directly from the website. This is great for students with disabilities or students who struggle with reading and comprehension. There are also a couple of writing response questions to challenge students.
The last 10 questions are taken from the video: Deconstructing History: Pompeii. It is a 3 minute clip that gives a great reenactment of the eruption. You could have students independently watch the clip if they have headphones or they could watch it together as a class.
Grading Tips: Most questions have two fill in the blank words. When I grade this assignment I make each blank a ½ a point (for questions with 2 blanks) so each number is worth 1 point. There are 25 questions.
Lastly, my 8th grade students from the time they start the WebQuest to when they finish (not including explanation on how to get to website or the time to log into technology) takes around 20 minutes. Depending on technology, etc. it takes roughly 30-40 minutes total.
If you like this Web Quest, I also have ones for:
The United States: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/United-States-Web-Quest-2858223
The European Union: