Google Hangouts – Mystery
Mystery Hangout is a social game played with two groups of students. It’s a mix of Battleships and 20 questions.
1. Two classes prepare by writing clues or questions about their geographical location for the other class.
2. Classes do a G+ Hangout. They take turns giving clues about where they are or asking questions about the location of the other class.
4. The first class to guess the other’s location/mystery number wins.
Use your (teacher) Twitter profile and/or Google+ profile to connect with other classes that may be interested in doing a Mystery Hangout.
- Post a tweet that says something like the following, with the appropriate group/grade level-based hashtags.
- “Looking for a 4th grade class to Mystery Hangout with the week of June 1st-3rd. 1:30-2:30 p.m. CT
- Post a connection request on Google+. You can even post in the Mystery Hangout community for (sometimes) faster responses.
*** Always include your timezone on posts.
Earn Your Stripe!
- Participate in a Mystery Hangout in the classroom.
- Take a screenshot and submit it below.
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