Lessons for Mystery

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  • Mind Reader - … . Clue 2: The mystery word has two syllables. Clue 3: The mystery word has five letters. Clue 4: The mystery word has three … . EXAMPLE 2: Mystery Word: pollution Clue 1: The mystery word is one of our word wall words. Clue 2: The mystery word has more than six letters. Clue 3: The mystery word has three syllables. Clue 4: The mystery word ends with the suffix -tion. Clue 5: The mystery word rhymes …
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  • Junie B. Jones Introduces Literacy Mystery Boxes - … aloud (i.e., classroom and partner discussions, creation of literacy mystery boxes, recording of key events, and retelling of the story … that were...." 4. Instruct students to take out the literacy mystery boxes they created during Session 2. Give each student a … students identify and locate their own items for their literacy mystery boxes. Students can make Junie B. Jones masks to wear … this website to build reading motivation. Use a completed literacy mystery box to introduce a new story, either in a literature …
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  • E-mail Across the Hall - … up enough interest in the mystery. 1. Introduce students to all the details known about the mystery. 2. Explain that students will … to help design the mystery. Extensions: Expand the lesson to a letter-writing unit, or extend the mystery into a story writing … select potentially relevant Web sites. Attachments: Attachment A, Examples of Mystery Scenarios Attachment B, Model Clues Attachment C, Assessment Rubric Attachment … Lesson Attachment A Examples of Mystery Scenarios Where or who is at the bottom of this mystery is the teacher's choice …
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  • Morning Message - Mystery Code - … Procedures (step-by-step): Pre-Setup: Overhead projector, transparency with Mystery Code, Individual student journals, tape recorder, Computer, Alphabet with number … to projector that is on with Mystery Code. The transparency will read: What is the Mystery Code? ____ 19 ____ 20 ____ … is Monday, April 2, 2004. Our Mystery Code for the day is Stem.” Tuesday Mystery Code: 19 5 5 4 (seed) Wednesday … code to decipher the weekly Mystery Word. The teacher will ask questions What do you think the Mystery Word is? Why do …
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  • Mystery Powder Investigation - … discretion, the mystery powder (the lesson does not define what the mystery powder should be-- teacher should select the mystery powder they want … (example attached) should be used to collect data Mystery Powder Investigation Lab Sheet Mystery Powder Investigation Lab SheetKEY.docx *Teacher prep required … opportunities to probe further throughout the lesson. Feedback to Students Mystery Powder Identification Confidence Level WorksheetStudents should fill the worksheet out …
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  • The Mystery Of The Missing Number - … of their favorite mystery books or stories. Some examples are: (A-Z Mysteries, Nancy Drew, Jigsaw Jones, Scooby-Doo Mysteries, Nate the Great, Cam Jansen) The teacher will ask the students why they like mystery stories? The teacher will then tell the students that math also has mysteries that need to be …
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  • The Ghost Particle - … into groups and distribute the "Black Box Mystery" student handout to each student and a mystery box to each group. Explain that … these objects to help them learn more about the unknown mystery objects. classroom activity author Tanya Gregoire has taught at Brookline … ways of addressing the existence of invisible particles. solving the mystery of missing neutrinos nobelprize.org/physics/articles/bahcall Describes how …
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  • Whodunit? Creating Mysterious Plays - … . Materials -Books: Five-Minute Mysteries by Ken Weber. Running Press Book Publishers, 1989. More Five-Minute Mysteries by Ken Weber. Running Press Book Publishers, 1991. Further Five-Minute Mysteries by Ken Weber. Running Press … ? How will it end? What is the mystery? How can we solve the mystery? Students reflect the answers to these questions on … try and figure out the mystery. Once the audience has had an opportunity to solve the mystery, the students either give the …
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  • Unsolved Mysteries Project Lesson Plan - … about a variety of unsolved mysteries. Using books and the Internet, student groups research an unsolved mystery or unusual occurrence. During the … Printed Materials Project introduction sheet: Internet Investigations: Unsolved Mysteries Suggested topics list: Unsolved Mysteries sheet Distinguishing Between Matters of Fact/Opinion/Reasoned … or small groups, then each group selects a mystery to research from the Unsolved Mysteries List prepared by the teacher. The goals …
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  • Ghost Particle, the - … into groups and distribute the "Black Box Mystery" student handout to each student and a mystery box to each group. Explain that … of invisible particles. Solving the Mystery of Missing Neutrinos Describes how scientists solved the solar neutrino mystery. What's a Neutrino? Provides … and includes a guide to elementary particles. The "Black Box Mystery" activity aligns with the following National Science Education Standards (see …
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