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Learning with Mysteries

Many educators are using mysteries and mystery information as an entertaining way to teach critical thinking, deductive reasoning, reading, and writing skills. The Learning with Mysteries website offers lesson plans, worksheets, and examples of how to use mysteries in the classroom. Choose a discussion topic from below. Click "Post message" to add your thoughts to the discussion.

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 [D] Should there be murder mysteries for kids? (39 messages)
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 [D] lesson plans for low achieving teens (3 messages)
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