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This riddle asks students to figure out how they could wakeboard without a speedboat. Before they select their answer, students go to a clue page. On it, they read about and watch a video clip of a group of children's failed attempt to row a canoe quickly enough to pull their wakeboarding friend out of the water. The riddle's final page presents students with three clickable answer choices. Brief feedback is given for the incorrect choices. When students select the correct answer, a short video clip plays of a kiteboarder explaining how participants in this extreme sport exploit the wind's power. A link is also provided to the text-only version of the riddle. Copyright 2005 Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
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