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  1.   Sherlock Holmes Database Investigation
Sherlock Holmes Database Investigation Lesson/Unit Overview Objectives/Expected Learning Outcomes: Students will: * * * Learn how to enter data into a database Learn how to create, analyze and run Queries Learn how to problem solve given limited information Targeted ISTE Indicators & Standards MOS Standards Access 2003: Stru...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Venn Diagrams and Logic
...structed to look in a newspaper and base an argument on a current event news item. As an alternative, they may be asked to base arguments on a fact or property recently learned in science, history, or mathematics class. In a lighter vein, it is entertaining to look for examples in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Dolye, 1955) or in other detective stories. The exercises presented here concentrate on introducing students to three types of valid arguments and one that is invalid but has a "true" conclusion. Teachers should be aware that this phenomenon will most likely arise when students are making up their own examples....
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Unit Plan
...of plot: setting, rising action, climax, denouement/falling action. Objective 2: Recognize these elements of plot in a oral story told by someone else Objective 3: Reiterate and explain these elements to the class in an effective fashion Objective 4: Recognize and explain the plot elements within a Sherlock Holmes short story ADVANCE ORGANIZER: Our lives are made up of little stories, little episodes that we usually tell other people about. What you did over the weekend, something exciting that happened to you at practice, what happened when you when on a date, what you saw on TV last night, etc. Think of a story you would...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Technology-Supported Lesson Template-
...lain about their group members because they chose them. Pass out the scavenger hunt Remind the students to put their correct heading on their paper and tell them that today they are detectives looking for clues to discover information about the Ancient Egyptians. I like to compare Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes and help them discover that archaeologists are usually more like Sherlock Holmes, trying to uncover information about humans from the past. Explain the rules, rotation process, and give a brief explanation Put the station rotation on the board and describe each of the station's main objectives at each of the stat...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   House and Holmes: A Guide to Deductive and Inductive Reasoning
Lesson Plan House and Holmes: A Guide to Deductive and Inductive Reasoning SUMMARY: Maybe you've seen Dr. House in action - figuring things out from what seem like totally unrelated clues. Like Sherlock Holmes before him, House is a master of induction. In this lesson, students will keep up with the doctor (and a lawyer, too) as they learn how to spo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   A brief biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Hol
#1700. A brief biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Hol Literature, level: Senior Posted Tue Apr 25 09:40:39 PDT 2000 by Beth Caspersen (zgrg@grove.iup.edu). IUP, Indiana, PA Materials Required: Powerpoint, computer with TV hook-up Activity Time: one 45-minute class period. Rationale: Using powerpoint technology, students will be introduced to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Sherlock Holmes At The Cleveland Museum Of Art
SHERLOCK HOLMES AT THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART CHINESE ART IN A DOCUMENT Introduction The Ming dynasty lasted from CE 1368 until 1644. For much of this period, China rejected foreign contacts and influences, turning inward on itself. The Chinese government became increasingly centralized. Zhu Yuanzhang, the establisher of the dy...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Sherlock Holmes Meets Indiana Jones
Grades 4 - 8 S herlock Holmes Meets Indiana Jones Marilyn Kennedy Wall, WVPT and Cookie Wright, WVPT Overview Topic: The Scientific Process and Archaeology. This lesson lets students take on the role of archaeological detectives. Students will use the scientific process in their hands-on investigation as they dig up "pieces of the past." Length of Les...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  9.   Who says I can't be Sherlock Holmes?
Lesson Plan: Who says I can't be Sherlock Holmes? Area: Observation and Memory Age Group: 4th-5th Supplies Needed: * A classroom with various materials * One standard deck of cards * Sherlock Holmes outfit? Introduction: * Detectives are good observers. * We're going to create a "crime scene" in our classroom! We want you to tell us what's out of place. So let'...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Sherlock Holmes: "The Red-Headed League"
Sherlock Holmes: "The Red-Headed League" Grade Level or Special Area: 5th Grade Written by: Kimberly George Length of Unit: Seven lessons plus Culminating Activity (each lesson is approximately 45 minutes to one hour) I. ABSTRACT This unit is designed to give students an elementary introduction to the world of Sherlock Holmes an...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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