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Credits & References

 

This WebQuest was created as a research during writing my dissertation. I want to thank my thesis supervisor for introducing me into WebQuests, for his constant guidance, and for being understanding and extremely helpful.

I would like to thank the teacher who led me through my teacher practice in junior high school, who helped me with choosing myths appropriate for students on pre-intermediate level, and who let me do the part of the WebQuest with her students.

I would also like to thank students who helped me by making the part of the project. You did a great job!

 

In this WebQuest I used images from these websites:

- http://test.usatourist.com/english/inside/indians.html

- http://www.drawingcenter.org/exh_past.cfm?exh=184

- http://espressostalinist.wordpress.com/genocide/native-american-genocide/

- http://k2adnauseam.blogspot.com/2010/05/low-man-on-totem-pole.html

- http://www.symbolic-meanings.com/2007/11/13/brief-look-at-native-american-symbolism-of-feathers-sioux-hopi/

- http://www.arts-wallpapers.com/galleries/Native%20American%20Art/index.htm

 

The template was taken from www.webquest.org. The author of the template I used is another person whom I would like to thank – without her/his work creating a WebQuest wouldn’t be such an easy thing!