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6/11/2017 1:23:16 PM

scoronel
scoronel
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Subject: https://bruinhistorywebquests.wikispaces.com/Ancient+China+Webquest
Although I am always nervous when letting my students use chrome books in my classroom, I can always count on webquests. My students love to work independently without me hovering over them to see if they are doing the assigned work. I found this webquest to be easy to navigate and understandable. I usually assign webquests before I start teaching that unit. This is a great way to pre-load all the information that I will cover eventually.
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