This webquest can be used in various subjects, including social studies, world history, religious studies and foreign relations.
This webquest is designed for middle and high school students, but can be adapted for other levels.
is expected that students will be able to:
The suggested length for completing this webquest is five days (one hour per day).The first three days are for exploring Islamic civilization (steps 1-5). The fourth day is for designing the brochure. The final day is for presenting each group’s work and conclusion.
for each student or group (with high-speed Internet) and printer.
Permission is hereby granted for teachers/educators to use this webquest for educational purposes.
If you use this webquest, please email me your feedback and suggestions for improvement. Thank you.
background image on this page is for a marble stone frieze from the 12th
Source: Islamic Arts and Architecture Organization (This image was modified using Photoshop.)
|The background image on the other pages is the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, Turkey. Source: Islamicity.com (This image was modified using Photoshop.)|
|The source of Alhambra’s image (left) on the homepage is Picture Book.|
|The source of Alhambra’s image (right) on the homepage is Doug Alberg's Place.|
|The source of Taj Mahal’s image is the University of Houston, study abroad office|
|The source of the image of the Holy Mosque in Mecca is MoonSighting.com|