Discussion and Examples for Teaching with Mysteries
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I used one of your Solve-its with my sophomore English class recently. The students enjoyed the activity. They are asking for more!
My main objective is to begin my students on a path to a lifelong love of reading. I think the Twist is a valuable tool for that!
I am a twelve year old female in grade seven, and I am addicted to mysteries. I showed a mystery from the The Case Solve-it section to my Language Arts teacher. My class and I had a fun time figuring out the solution. I now bring in mysteries weekly, and our class really enjoys them. Thanks, TheCase.com, for something interesting and unique.
I am a reading specialist at a suburban high school in Louisiana. These MysteryNet.com murder mysteries have gotten reluctant adolescents enthusiastic about reading. Believe me, getting teenagers to read and re-read anything - while using higher level thinking skills-- is almost impossible. Thanks!
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Does encouraging mystery reading, writing, and viewing promote crime?
Should there be murder in mysteries for kids?