A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented approach which depends on internet as a major tool for instruction an learning process. The lesson based on a search for knowledge by exploring the World Wide Web. The model was developed by Bernie Dodge at San Diego State University in February, 1995 with early input from SDSU/Pacific Bell Fellow Tom March, the Educational Technology staff at San Diego Unified School District. Students investigate, evaluate and learn from online resources. This means it is a classroom-based lesson in which a teacher can choose the lesson length according to the lesson. It can be a short lesson as a single class period or a month-long unit. Halat on his article tilted as " A Good Teaching Technique: WebQuests mentioned those two kinds of WebQuests as were described by their inventor Dodge " the instructional goal of a short-term WebQuest is the acquisition and integration of knowledge. At the end of a short-term WebQuest, lasting one to three class periods, a learner should have gained a significant amount of new information and made sense of it. The instructional goal of a long-term WebQuest, however, is to extend and refine the knowledge. After completing a long-term WebQuest, a learner should have examined a body of knowledge, transformed it in some way, and showed an understanding of the material or knowledge gained by creating any kind of work that others can respond to, online or offline. A long-term WebQuest should be completed between one week and one month in a classroom setting."