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5 Week Story Writing
Creative Conclusions to the Most Mysterious of Mysteries | Weekly Writing
Can you solve an unsolved mystery? In this ongoing writing class, listen to a strange but true story before writing your own theory. What do you think happened? Strange disappearances, unusual sightings, and more! One new mystery per week.
Teacher Lauren, MAT
254 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
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year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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Unsolved mysteries can be frustrating because we never get closure. What happened? In this class, you decide. Listen to a true story that remains unsolved. I'll share with you what happened, along with some possible theories. Then it's your turn. What do YOU think happened? Think about one way to explain this mystery, then choose how you'd like to write your theory. Here are some ideas: *a story *a journal entry *a news report *a confession letter *a witness statement *a script from an...
Students will be able to: -learn about mysteries throughout history and the world -learn about possible explanations to solve each mystery -write about their own possible explanation -think creatively to solve the unexplained -share in a small group of their peers--if they choose to!
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stories include the following topics (some of which are only mentioned as possible theories): -ghosts/supernatural -natural disasters -disappearances -death possibly caused by homicide, suicide, hypothermia, plane crash, drug/alcohol abuse -government cover-ups -theft -mental illness No graphic details or unnecessary information will be shared, but please be sure these topics are appropriate for your learner. Photos and/or CCTV clips will be shown for context, but nothing graphic.
Teacher Lauren, MAT
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
254 total reviews
303 completed classes
Hello, Outschool! My name is Teacher Lauren, and I'm so happy to meet you. My Outschool classes include a variety of creative writing classes. We write weird stories. We write stories including your cat. We write stories with a little help from...