|Bigtime Literacy's Challenge|
Day 20: If money were no object, what experience would you give your students?
|Photograph from Discovery|
|Photograph by Altered Dimensions|
|Photograph found on Pinterest Titanic Board|
|Photograph from Article.WN.Com|
James Cameron's portrayal of human loss in the film supplied us with some amazing insight into that day.
The Internet has an abundance of information, photographs (pre and post wreckage), recalling of the events by survivors, and so on, to support students' research of the Titanic. They could go to Larry Ferlazzo's educational blog as well as sites, such as BrainPop, Science Kids, & National Geographic to support their research. In addition, I'd find leveled children's books, articles and magazines spotlighting the Titanic for guided reading. There are a few leveled options down below, but click HERE for additional books.
|Level O, Click HERE.|
|Level Q, Click HERE.|
|Level M, Click HERE.|
|Level Y, Click HERE.|
Level N, Click HERE.
Once our research was complete, we would jump aboard Argo, the high-tech sub that located the Titanic. Then, we'd head down to the Marina Trench, the deepest part of the ocean, to view the vessel. Oh! I'd need a few chaperones for the trip. Anyone for the taking?