DIRECTIONS: Classes ask each other yes/no questions in Spanish to determine where in the world the other class is located. If it's in the United States, Canada or Mexico, guess until you choose the correct state/province. If it's in another country, just guess the country.
MYSTERY SKYPE JOBS: Greeter -- Greets the incoming class by speaking about our class and going over the rules. At the end of the call, this person also thanks for the call. Once his/her job is done, he heads to the think tank. Questioner -- Ask yes/no questions to the other class in Spanish. They also write their questions down on a white board beforehand and show it as they ask it. Answerer -- Answers yes/no questions to the other class by saying "sí" or "no". Think tank -- Takes the answers to the questions and looks at the map. The people in the think tank help think of good questions to ask next for the questioners. Google Mappers -- Use Google Maps to try to help with questions or find the answer. Questions after -- Think of interesting questions -- IN SPANISH -- to ask the other students after the mystery Skype has been completed and make a list for us to use later. Question logger -- Types the questions we ask into a document and types the other class's answers with them. Photographer -- Takes pictures of the Skype session for posterity to be used later (on website, in press releases, for yearbook, etc.). Word Reference translators -- Look up words or phrases in Spanish that we need to write our questions.