A World of Possibilities: Romantic Irony in Victorian Literature
Ohio State University Press, 1990 - 163 頁
Diane Miller presents "A World of Possibilities," a career education WebQuest for elementary classes that requires the student to research a career and interview someone in that profession. Miller highlights the WebQuest procedures and includes a scoring rubric. Catawba County Schools in Newton, North Carolina, provides the WebQuest online.
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