Reflection: Data Analysis What's the Best Mystery Out There? Mine Own of Course! - Section 4: Independent Project

 

As you can see from the sample work pieces that I uploaded, the students need help with organizing their thoughts into paragraphs.  These samples were by far not the only pieces of work that lacked structure.  We will definitely look at that more closely in the near future.

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  Data Analysis: Reflection on Independent Project
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What's the Best Mystery Out There? Mine Own of Course!

Unit 2: Mystery Mayhem
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write their own mystery stories.

Big Idea: Our detectives will now become author's of their own mysteries!

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Subject(s):
English / Language Arts, Writing, mystery, mystery fiction, detectives, document camera
  75 minutes
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