In this study, the students originally believed that they had learned during the completion of the WebQuest; however, after not being able to complete the transfer activity, the students changed their minds and said that they obviously had not learned the material. Students seemed to think that they had learned simply because they had completed the WebQuest, but realized that they had not retained any knowledge on the poetic literary terms presented in the WebQuest after failing to successfully apply the literary terms to a new poem. This is verified by the slight decrease in scores on the post-test compared with the pre-test. Further research needs to be conducted to see if the level of teacher involvement affects student learning with the WebQuest.Simile Metaphor Personification Imagery Tone Purpose/Theme Mood and Meaning Rhyme Scheme PART TWO Now that ... that the record company wants you to look for, it is time to get to work finding the poetic devices in the following songs.
|Title||:||WebQuests in the English Classroom: How Do They Affect Student Learning?|
|Author||:||Kari Lee Siko|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|