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Old 04-26-2011, 11:29 AM
 
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I am looking for a graphic organizer to keep track of clues and characters in a mystery. I will start The Westing Game, Chasing Vermeer and Who Stole the Wizard of OZ, hoping to reach all my levels.


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here's 2
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Here's one I've used with short mysteries, might not be enough note-taking space for a novel:

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/.../organizer.pdf

Here's a dective's log that I like but have never used myself:

http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/...ective-log.pdf
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Thank you
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I found the first one and plan to have students use it to write their own mystery. The second is super. Thanks again.
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Much simpler form
Old 04-26-2011, 02:39 PM
 
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I made for my third graders...
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Westing Game
Old 04-26-2011, 03:24 PM
 
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I'm doing The Westing Game as soon as we get back from Spring Break. I have "Case Files" for the kids - manila envelopes that say Confidential across them that have the following things inside:
- Character Description Collection Pages (room for them to keep track of character traits and clues for each character)
- a copy of the will for them to write on
- all of the clues
- a chapter by chapter organizer for them to keep track of what happens and the clues they find
- a map of Sunset Towers that they will fill in showing who lives where and where the bombs go off

We also started our mystery unit by solving 2 minute mysteries. I used a different graphic organizer for that.


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Here's another organizer
Old 04-26-2011, 03:25 PM
 
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This is the generic one

Just realized this is the same one that someone already linked to.
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Case Files
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This sounds excellent as well as a lot of work! Would you be willing to share your case files?
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Old 04-28-2011, 05:18 AM
 
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Let me get it all together and I'll start uploading them as attachments.

I had the students help me create the Confidential files (I didn't have a big red stamp so they stenciled the word and colored it in) and then I laminated them so I can use them next year.

I also put up 16 pieces of chart paper around the room with the name of each character and a space to draw their picture and fill in any clues that point to guilt or innocence. That way the kids can have a visual to keep track of who is who and sort out the various clues that pop up in the story.

I started all this planning before state testing and then we did a What Makes A Mystery anchor chart along with the 2 minute mysteries in the downtime we had after testing each day. They kids are VERY excited. They keep asking about the book but I haven't told them the title yet!

I'll end the unit with one of those multi-player mysteries (like a murder mystery dinner, but this one was created for kids - it's not a murder) where 10 kids are suspects and the rest of the class are detectives. I had another teacher chip in to buy it with me as they cost $40 online. I read through it all and it seems easy enough for 5th graders to do and will be a blast for the end of the year.
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Last Will and Testament
Old 04-28-2011, 05:23 AM
 
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Part of each child's Case File

This is a copy of the will so that the kids can write on it as they find hints and clues. I shrunk it when I made copies so that it all fits on 1 page, front-to-back. (I used the book feature that makes it look like 2 pages side by side)
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Clues
Old 04-28-2011, 05:25 AM
 
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Part of each child's Case File

I cut these out and put them in a plain envelope so that kids can manipulate them and write on them in an attempt to solve the murder.


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Character Description Pages
Old 04-28-2011, 05:26 AM
 
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Part of each child's Case File

I posted these a few posts up. They are used daily to keep track of who's who and who might be guilty/innocent.
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Map of Sunset Towers
Old 04-28-2011, 05:27 AM
 
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Part of each student's Case File

I drew this by hand, so I'll have to scan it later and upload. It's basically just a large rectangle with space on each floor for the tenants' rooms and a key that shows bombings.
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What Makes A Mystery Anchor Chart
Old 04-28-2011, 05:35 AM
 
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Done as the first lesson

I made an Anchor Chart with the kids to get them talking/thinking about what makes a good mystery. It had the following on it:
What IS a mystery?
- a BIG Question
- a theft, murder, death, disappearance, appearance, etc (I chose not to allow "murder" but wrote "bad deeds" since I have an observation next week and didn't want to answer questions about what I'm teaching HAHA)
What's IN a mystery?
- Controlled setting (a lot of mysteries take place somewhere that's secluded or controlled, like in the movie Clue. This one takes place in Sunset Towers and I wanted the kids to think about how keeping everyone in the same place makes the mystery easier to follow and adds suspense)
- a bad guy
- a good guy (detective, police, quick-thinker, kid)
- a strong PLOT (this is what my focus for this unit happens to be)
What does an author do to keep you curious and create suspense?
- cliffhangers
- good descriptions and use of writer's craft
- role-reversal (think Scooby Doo, when the person you expected to be good turns out to be the bad guy in a mask)
Favorite mysteries
- I let the kids volunteer books, movies and tv shows

There are other things you could add, but I don't have my chart in front of me to see.
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2 Minute Mystery
Old 04-28-2011, 05:40 AM
 
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2nd lesson

I used the SMARTboard to display this mystery. I also had a piece of chart paper up that had sections for
- setting
- crime
- suspects
- clues
- solution

I let the kids read the mystery first. Then we walked through how to pull out all the details. I told them to assume that the author didn't add anything without a reason, so it could potentially be a clue. The kids came up to highlight their findings as I added them to the chart paper.

After we pulled out all the important info, I had them examine the evidence (on the chart paper) and come up with a solution. The answer to this mystery is (ICE).
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Case of the Cave Paintings
Old 04-28-2011, 05:42 AM
 
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Activity to follow 2nd lesson

Then I handed out this 2 minute mystery along with the Mystery Graphic organizer that I posted previously. The kids were in teams of 2 and had to underline/highlight the clues just like we did in the whole class mystery. Then they had to fill out the graphic organizer and come up with a solution. The answer to this one is (humans were not alive during the age of dinosaurs).

The kids had a blast and the mysteries were tricky but still easy enough that they were able to solve them.
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Day by Day Plans
Old 04-28-2011, 05:44 AM
 
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This is how I plan to work our way through the novel. It's not completely filled in because I did a bunch of it by hand. I plan to type it up later and I will post the completed one later this week.
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Old 04-28-2011, 05:49 AM
 
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This is what I plan to do for assessments:

I HAVE to continue to use the FCAT Weekly Format tests that are part of my basal due to having a large number of RTI students in my class. (Their data point has been that weekly test all year.) So, what I plan to do is use the tests that focus on Plot (setting/characters/inference) each week. (I'm dropping the basal for the last nine weeks, so there are stories we won't get to. Instead, I will use Westing Game to attack those skills (they're a review anyways, we did all that in the beginning of the year). I will also give a Westing Game quiz each week on the chapters we have covered. Since the FCAT Weekly Test will monitor comprehension and vocabulary, the Westing Game quiz will be very literal (I just want to check that they are in fact reading and paying attention in class).
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Old 04-28-2011, 05:59 AM
 
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I love, love, love the daily planning template- I would probably hand write the plans too Thanks for sharing all your hard work!
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Thanks for sharing!
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You've done a tremendous job!!
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Thank you!
Old 04-29-2011, 02:30 PM
 
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I am so excited to start! Proteacher has saved me again. The simple organizer will work for my lower kiddos. I can't open this at school, but I think it will be perfect-my home computer will open it.
Thanks again!
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What a super activity! You worked very hard on it, thanks for sharing.
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:16 AM
 
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Thank you so much for sharing. You are a lifesaver!
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Glad to help!
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Teaching's all about sharing right?
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Thank you so much for sharing. This looks wonderful and fun to do at the end of the year.
Would you mind sharing the link to see what the murder mystery dinner theater is?
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Host a Mystery Game
Old 04-30-2011, 10:03 AM
 
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I purchased and downloaded the game from this site. We chose "The Ghostly Case of the Haunted Amusement Park" because it fit the number of students we have as well as being a "mystery" instead of a "murder".

The site lets you customize the story with names your children will recognize, so we named the local park Busch Gardens and made the mayor our Assistant Principal. The story is funny and I hope it will be an enjoyable end to our unit. (It will definitely take up a whole reading class during that last week of school - which is a definite plus!)
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I also have used the GEMS mystery festival as a culminating activity.

http://www.lhsgems.org/GEM350.html

It is also at Amazon (cheap used.)
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Old 05-01-2011, 02:06 PM
 
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I have tried everything. Oh well, the rest of your unit is WONDERFUL and I really appreciate your generosity.
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Is it because the files are .docx? Or are the .pdf files giving you a problem?
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You are my hero I think it is because it is notebook.
The only file I am having trouble with is the assessment, so you have really lightened my load already.
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Ahh - notebook is part of SMARTboard program. I can put it in a word file if you like - All it is though, are questions from edhelper! I put in Westing Game and it spit them out. HAHA!
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Thank you. I'll track down the questions, have a great week!
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Thanks so much! I've done this with my fifth graders several times and it's been a blast but I'm really looking forward to using the materials you provided.
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This wouldn't open for me. Thanks for all your work. We have watched The Westing Game movie for the past years. I have never read the book. I now plan on it. Thanks.
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The Westing Game
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Do you have electronic copies of these things? I am also getting ready to start the Westing Game and it would be great if I didn't have to reinvent the wheel!
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The plans you shared look great! I notice that your template goes to 16 days. Is this book study planned for 16 days or may it last longer? Looking forward to seeing the rest of the lessons. Thank you so much for sharing!
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I ended up finishing the day to day plans by hand - and they have been changed somewhat each day I've had to tweak things for my 2 different classes, so it got to be too much to write them all into the word document. Basically, I tried to read 2 chapters per day but found that some of them are too long. So we get done what we can each day and then do the rest later. I had planned for it to be 16 days, but with all of the 5th grade events, it's taking longer!
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My partner teacher and I have been reading this novel with our kids too.

Have you seen this Thinkquest?
http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0214945/

Or the movie?
http://www.amazon.com/s/?url=search-...tag=imdb-adbox


Oral questions
Oral quest.doc

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vocabulary
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vocabulary 4
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Hi,

Thank you for posting all of the wonderful worksheets. However, would you be willing or able to repost the quizzes using another program? I cannot open .notebook. I think in a later post you noted that it is for SMART board? Again, thank you for providing all of the worksheets...they have been quite useful.
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Hey!

Thanks everyone for the resources! I'm teaching a ESL beginner bilingual 3rd grade class & these are awesome! I was so lost on how to teach mystery!! Our unit is only 3 weeks long we have to finish before the winter break and I want to do something as a class, but sadly there's no time!
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