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Unsolved Mysteries WebQuest

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Laurie Driscol

on 20 February 2015

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Transcript of Unsolved Mysteries WebQuest

Unsolved Mysteries WebQuest
Work through all sections below... you will have a fantastic end product ...
work hard, do your best!

The who, the what, the where, the when...

Remember - the audience may have NEVER heard of this mystery before... your job in the 'Background Information' is to tell them the basics of the mystery. Be thorough in this area

Do not READ your information - know it well enough to tell it
Background Information
DO NOT READ YOUR MATERIAL...

KNOW YOUR MATERIAL

PRACTICE YOUR MATERIAL

BE READY WITH YOUR MATERIAL!
A theory is like an idea, a thought, or a hunch about something - but then you have to have a little evidence to back it up...

Next - your theory should seem 'reasonable' to you. Keep in mind, what is 'reasonable' to you may be 'unreasonable' to somebody else. Be ready to tell WHY you feel it is reasonable. You should be convincing.

DO NOT READ YOUR MATERIAL... KNOW YOUR MATERIAL
Reasonable Theories...
This is very similar to the 'Reasonable Theory' section... one big difference - these theories are the UNREASONABLE. These theories do not seem to make as much sense to you. You have found these theories in your research, but they just do not sit right with you - they are unreasonable.

Remember, what is 'unreasonable' to you may be 'reasonable' to someone else, be sure to tell WHY it is 'unreasonable' to you... be convincing.

DO NOT READ YOUR MATERIAL - KNOW YOUR MATERIAL!
Unreasonable Theories...
Now that you have done all the reading, the digging, the investigating, the sorting out of information, etc. What still remains a mystery? What one piece of evidence would be the convincing piece to the world as to what really happened? What would be helpful for you to know to solve this mystery?

Don't just say... 'I would have liked to have been there to see it, then I would know.' You weren't there, you don't have a time machine... so... what piece of evidence would make all the difference in the world to solve this mystery?
Wait! What still remains a mystery?
YOUR TURN!

WHAT IS YOUR THEORY?

WHAT DO YOU THINK REALLY HAPPENED?

SHARE YOUR THEORY - TELL WHY!
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