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In this Mystery Quest, you will investigate what kind of person might have saved Aurore’s life when so many others did not. The student's first step is to understand the facts of the case. The students will begin by reading about the murder and the shock across the province as the details of the case became known during the trial of Aurore’s father and stepmother. Next, the students will consider present-day explanations of why child abuse within a family may not be reported. Armed with this background information, the students will analyze the behavior of five witnesses in the trials of Aurore’s parents as they answer the question “Why didn’t they help Aurore?” Their final task is to select a fictional character who might have overcome the factors that prevent people from speaking out. In the role of this character, they will imagine the inner thoughts as this individual decides to “do the right thing” for Aurore by reporting the abuse. They will present these thoughts as a first person “interior monologue.”