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LOCH NESS ENQUIRY
INVESTIGATE AN INCIDENT AT LOCH NESS !

1. Suitable for P4 - S2 and can cover levels C - F.

2. Designed to support and address "Skills in Social Subjects - Enquiry" in the strand "Carrying Out Tasks" under "Evaluating the Usefullness of Information".

3. Modelled around the Level E requirement "To make judgements about what is relevant and reliable e.g. by reference to bias, exaggeration and selective use of information", but can be adapted to other levels as above.

4. Can also be used in "Reading for Information".

5. Could be used after a visit to the 3D Loch Ness Experience in Edinburgh or Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition Centre at Loch Ness.

Click the LINK to download ADOBE* PDF files. SAVE the files to your system and PRINT them.
ENQUIRY TEACHER NOTES
ENQUIRY CLASS RESOURCES
Loch Ness Enquiry Notes

The notes are bulleted in numerical order with 3 columns:
ACTION - RESOURCES - DISCUSSION
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ACTION- Read out the next witness statemnt

RESOURCES - Show the correct evidence..

DISCUSSION - Guide the debate.

GET * ADOBE ACROBAT READER




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Loch Ness Enquiry Resources

The Class Resources:

EVIDENCE - STATEMENTS - PICTURES - MAPS

Pictures of fictitious characters, a newspaper report, witnesses, emails, telephone messages, reporters notes and sketch maps to help you create an "Incident Room" at Loch Ness.
Has someone really seen the Loch Ness Monster?
Is it a mistake - who will benefit?

16 pages - A4
Black and White Graphics
Assemble the numbered graphics and use with the numbered sections within the teacher notes

 



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