Can you crack this case wide open? Are you able to find the answers people have been searching for for years and years? "Unsolved Mysteries" is counting on you for their weekly television series to present accurate information as well as your 'own take' on what really happened.
"Unsolved Mysteries" is counting on you. You must gain as much knowledge about the unsolved mystery you have chosen as possible. You will select a mystery to investigate. It is your task to find out what facts are available, report the theories behind the mystery ~ along with your own new theory. What supporting facts can you share that will support your theory? What still remains a mystery?
Once your have researched your information, answered the 5 questions necessary, you will then need to make some critical choices. How are you going to present your information to the world? Because you have come so highly recommended in your creativity and hard work, "Unsolved Mysteries" is willing to leave this choice up to you.
They have narrowed down the choices to best fit into their show format. Because time is money, you have will have a very limited amount of time to share your discoveries. You will have a maximum of 4 minutes of air time to share your findings with the viewing audience - this means you must be concise! This could be done in a variety of ways: --> PowerPoint presentation (example in class) --> 4-minute recorded video presentation --> 4-minute live presentation with a visual display of some kind (backdrop - similar to science fair) --> Prezi (we have not made these together in class)
Four minutes is not much time - be sure to be concise on what you plan to say. Best of luck with your decisions... "Unsolved Mysteries" is counting on you to share knowledge to their viewing audience and keep their ratings high.
Below is a quick look at all the pieces/sites to this Unsolved Mysteries WebQuest. You should be able to follow your way through each page, but if you need to hop directly to a page, check out each statement below. Find the clipboard on each page, use should see these statements and should be able to navigate your way around.
--> I need to listen to the video explanation again, click here!
--> I need to re-read the introduction, click here!
--> I need to look over the 5 explanations (background, theories: reasonable and unreasonable, what still remains a mystery, my own theory, click here!
--> I need to check out the presentation part again - along with the "Dos" and "Don'ts" list, click here!
--> I need to get a look at those mysteries again, click here!