This resource focuses solely on Christie's And Then There Were None, delving deep into the novel with guided questions for each chapter, a printable character observation chart, and suggested discussion questions and writing prompts.
"It's a Mystery to Me" is a wonderful cursory unit plan that helps students understand the mystery genre of fiction by examining the works of Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Agatha Christie. Students can master vocabulary from Poe's "Murder in the Rue Morgue" and write a persuasive essay on Christie's And Then There Were None.
English teacher, Jeni Peake, was tired of teaching grammar through mindless repetition. Her solution? Create a murder mystery where students engage with each other using the past-tense during interrogations, increase their vocabulary, and of course, find out whodunnit.