Reflection: Detectives Solve Mysteries Written by their BFF's! - Section 4: Lesson Closer - Mystery Presentations


One of my cute little kiddos today asked me," What if we are shy?" She was nervous about presenting her mystery in class. I told her it's great to be shy and that shy when I was her age. I told her that it's fun to presenting class and the even if she shy and sure she'll enjoy it because she is sharing in a safe place. There is no one in this room that will laugh at her or make fun of her for any reason. We are all here to help each other. Right class?  Of course they all agreed. After our little discussion, she was one of the first ones with her hand up to share. She did a great job!  (She is the student in the video "Student 1 Mystery Presentation.")

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Detectives Solve Mysteries Written by their BFF's!

Unit 2: Mystery Mayhem
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use context clues to solve a mystery written by a fellow classmate. SWBAT present their own mysteries that they have written, to the class.

Big Idea: Student Detectives will get to solve a mystery written by their friend and also get to share their own work with the class.

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