Asking Questions Activity #2: Lake Cabin Mystery


Give everyone a copy of the Lake Cabin Map Sheet (PDF format). Learners may ask the facilitator YES or NO questions only. Learners are encouraged to take notes as the questions are answered.

Once a learner BELIEVES they have a solution to the problem, they are NOT to give the solution, but instead are encouraged to ask and answer their own question in a statement. An example might be, “I believe the tracks leading into the woods were made by the person after they left the garage.”

Learners should be encouraged to create statements for questions that have NOT been asked previously to avoid repetition of questions/answers.

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