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Introducing the Mystery Genre

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Lesleigh Clayton

on 11 May 2016

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Transcript of Introducing the Mystery Genre

Some Examples of Mysteries
It's a Mystery!
Detective
the person who investigates mysteries and gathers information.
Sleuth
Another word for detective
Suspect
a person who is believed to have possibly committed the crime
Victim
someone who is harmed or suffers some loss because of the crime
Clues
A fact or object that helps to solve a mystery
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Alibi
an excuse that a suspect uses to show that he or she was somewhere other than at the scene of the crime
DO NOW
A group of men are fishing all day in the middle of a lake. A man walks out to them but no one seems surprised. Why not?
Is It a Miracle?
Mystery Thursday
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