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CLICK HERE FOR GOOGLE DRIVE VERSION-What is Missing Game53 Slides.Easy to use - click to navigate through the presentation. Three rounds.The presentation starts with a review. Description words and examples. Next, round one will begin. On the page you will see several different appearance pictures -
This is a great template for a missing persons poster. My class used this when we studied the colony of Roanoke. Each student created his own disappearance theory, but the application of this template is varied.
Do your students have issues with inferencing? This is the perfect solution for involving reluctant learners and students with limited language proficiency in active learning. In this activity, detectives (students) in one precinct (class) are assigned a kidnapping case where the victim is unknown.
Here's an activity to get your children talking about body parts and working on their drawing skills. Just print it out - you can do this activity anywhere: the doctor's waiting room; the restaurant; or a bench at the train station. Not only can you talk about body parts and what's missing, childre
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PreK - 1st
I have created a missing person database and questions where students have to determine gender, ancestry, approximate age and height and use that information to identify missing persons. There is one database with 12 people. I have split it up into 3 different 5 question tests or practice problems,
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11th - 12th
Rubric to grade Hatchet Missing Person Poster
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4th - 7th
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Take a trip to another dimension in Jack Finney's "Of Missing Persons." This short story unit touches on character description, setting, and mood. If you don't have a copy of the story, a Google search of the story will provide you with either a website or PDF version. Included: General Day Paci
This template allows students to create a missing person flyer after reading the first chapter of Into the Wild (as well as the Author's Note). This assignment helps students visualize Chris McCandless/Alex and predict how his story will unfold. Students really enjoy this activity.
This document contains a link to an authentic video source from CNN en español about how social media has helped publicize information about missing persons in the wake of the 2015 earthquake in Nepal. It also contains AP level multiple choice questions modeled after the AP exam questions related to
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10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Math Mystery: Case of the Missing Snow PeopleThis product features five complex multi-step word problems. I created this to help students with their close reading of multi-step word problems. To successfully solve most of the problems, students will need to closely read and use word problem strategi
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4th - 5th
Engage your students when you are absent with this creative sub plan in which students write a missing person report using what they remember of your physical and psychological details. They help police come up with likely scenarios to explain your disappearance. Practice logical thinking with pract
Students will read a text and identify details that would be needed to complete a missing person report. It looks easy, but it really forces students to identify the most important pieces of information that moves students beyond the basic summary.
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7th - 9th
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CLICK HERE FOR POWERPOINT VERSION-What is Missing Game53 Slides.Easy to use - click to navigate through the presentation. Three rounds.The presentation starts with a review. Description words and examples. Next, round one will begin. On the page you will see several different appearance pictures - e
Every lesson includes P21's 4 C's - Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity This lesson plan includes: 1. “Of Missing Persons” Assignment Outline – Student Handout or projection for board – journal entries, discussion points for class and partner discussions, 2. Graphic O
This is an excellent, interactive resource for distance learning and can serve as a webquest for inperson instruction. Students will visit a website to learn about the process of identifying a missing person.
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9th - 12th
In this mini-poster project, students are asked to create a two-sided flyer for one of the Greasers from S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders. The goal is for students to analyze character development by depicting the same character from two different perspectives. The Wanted poster should depict the charact
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7th - 8th
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This slideshow will take you through the process of creating a classroom crime scene. You will get suggestions on student roles and supplies along with a presentation of a crime scene I hosted in my classroom.
Looking for an easy media activity to add to your novel study?Students will create a media poster (by hand or using computer technology) to demonstrate their understanding of events leading up to a character's disappearance. Useful for novels about survival, such as "Hatchet" and "Two Against the No
Students will read a text and identify details that would be needed to complete a missing person report. It looks easy, but it really forces students to identify the most important pieces of information that moves students beyond the basic summary.
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7th - 9th
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Students will read a text and identify details that would be needed to complete a missing person report. It looks easy, but it really forces students to identify the most important pieces of information that moves students beyond the basic summary.
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7th - 9th
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For use with Read 180 Stage B Workshop 3! End of Workshop Project
Students will read a text and identify details that would be needed to complete a missing person report. It looks easy, but it really forces students to identify the most important pieces of information that moves students beyond the basic summary.
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7th - 9th
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This activity needs the following supplies for each team: 1, 3 digit lock1, 4 digit lock1, 5 letter lock1 hasp1 lockbox You will also need: Manila folders Description: This is a breakout room activity. It involves three tasks: Solving four systems of equation problems with 3 variables, 3 equations.
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9th - 12th
Students will draw upon the direct and indirect characterization in the first four books of The Odyssey to create a missing persons poster for Odysseus. Students are not yet acquainted with the character, and will need to draw upon descriptions from others in the story.Project and rubric included.

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