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Riddle Me This...Riddle Me That! Solve the Mystery Riddle III
This is a class about solving mystery Riddles. The goal of challenging learners to sharpen their critical thinking, by solving short stories by asking "Yes" or "No" questions. This is similar to the previous classes but different riddles.
Dr. Robert Justis
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This is similar to the previous class, "Can You Solve the Mystery Riddle?," but with different riddles and for younger learners. Anyone can join. No previous experience needed. This class will consist of a combination of short 1 or 2 minute riddles and some longer (5 to 10 min) riddles to solve. An example of a short riddle would be: What has to be broken before you can use it??? "An Egg" Also In this class several short stories or phrases will be presented to the learner in which they...
Dr. J has a masters in counseling and has been using these riddles with children of all ages for many years.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Assessments will be provided at parent request.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The class will consist of some riddles using the theme of death like: "The music stopped and the lady died". This is just death in the idea of a riddle. This is not real life but some students who have experienced death of close relatives or friends my not want to be reminded of the experience.
Dr. Robert JustisDr. J
121 total reviews
164 completed classes
My name is Robert Justis but I will go by Dr. J here on Outschool. I have college degrees up to a doctorate degree. I have taught students for over 30 years in various settings, mainly in brick and mortar school (all subjects but focusing on...