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Mystery Strategy

The Strategic Teacher

Tara Cox

on 3 March 2013

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Tara Cox & Julia Scott Mystery Strategy I can turn my students into investigators. Planning a Mystery Lesson 1. Identify a secret

2. Create clues

3. Decide how students will work

4. Present clues

5. Determine how students will present conclusions Variations of Strategy Multiple Document Learning:
-students base hypotheses on documents,
instead of clues

-students put elements into a logical order

Problem-Based Learning:
-students address real-world issues Ideas for the Classroom History

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"Weekend Homework" Overview of Strategy Explain content and goals

Present a provocative question or riddle

Provide students with a set of clues or texts

Grouped Students:
- collect evidence
-organize and interpret information
-develop explanations
-defend their opinions Let's Investigate. "The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible. " -Oscar Wilde
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