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SAVING THE TITANIC


By Amanda Smaga

TARGET AUDIENCE
This instructional activity is to be used for students in grades 6th through 12th grade. I wanted to make my activity available to a wide range of students
Some material is inappropriate for students of a younger age, and that is why it should be taken by students of an older age

LEARNER DESCRIPTION
The students have already studied the Titanic and as a result share similar knowledge of the topic They have also studied how technology can impact peoples lives
This is key to relating the Titanic and internet access

All of the children share equal capabilities and have an equal understanding of what is asked of them

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
The students will have access to a computer and the teacher will be able to share his/her knowledge with the students The teacher is to serve as more of a guide and let the students do their own work at their own pace
The Teacher will be able to answer any questions the students may have

OBJECTIVES
Given a computer with an instructional activity on the Titanic, the student must answer questions with 100% accuracy to ensure his/her understanding of the Titanic. Given a computer with an instructional activity on the Titanic, the student should be able to understand how to survive a sinking ship and relate it back to the Titanic.

TEACHING STANDARDS
ISTE National Educational Technology Standards and Performance Indicators for Teachers
Standard One:
Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity

Standard 2:
Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments

Standard 3:
Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility

Before we begin.make sure you have a paper and pencil so that you can answer the last quiz on this activity

Hello! My name is Edward John Smith, Captain of the Titanic. As you know, my ship suffered a terrible fate and I would like to recruit you in figuring out what went wrong Perhaps you could figure out how it could have been saved

INSPIRATIONAL VIDEO

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What happened to the Titanic truly was a tragedy, as I believe it could have been avoided. How could the Titanic disaster turned out differently if people had looked up on the internet how to survive a sinking ship?

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Its up to you to save the Titanic! Navigate through the activities and learn all that you can about the Titanic.

But bewarethere will be several icebergs, or quizzes, along the way as well as a final quiz!
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Click on the links below each picture to learn more about them.

Captain Edward Smith

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1st and 2nd Class Passengers

When finished, hit iceberg and take the quiz!

The Crew

Iceberg

Third Class Passengers

CAPTAIN EDWARD SMITH


Born in the year 1850 on January 27th in England. He always had a passion for the sea, so in the year 1880, he joined the White Star Line and ended up commanding many ships. At the age of 62, he sailed the Titanic on its maiden voyage. Sadly, it would be his last.

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THE CREW HENRY TINGLE WILDE


Meet Chief Officer Henry Tingle Wilde:
Born in Liverpool on Sept. 21, 1872
Started out sailing smaller vessels until he gained his Masters Certificate Joined White Star Line and placed on Olympic Eventually joined the Titanic

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FIRST & SECOND CLASS PASSENGERS


First Class
Consisting of the rich and wealthy, the prices of their tickets were extremely expensive. They could book suites with their own eating and living areas. Some even had maids. Sadly, they did not associate themselves with the poor.

Second Class

Known as the middle class, these passengers earned their success through hard work and had tickets less expensive than 1st class but more costly than 3rd class. They consisted of miners, teachers, and clerks.

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THIRD CLASS PASSENGERS


Mostly emigrated families from Europe, they gave up everything to board Titanic. Wishing to start a new life, they sold all they had and kept very little. Their tickets were by far the cheapest, but that means their rooms were overcrowded and often filled with strangers. Back Next

Alright! Now that you have learned about the people on board the Titanic, lets take a short quiz. Click on the house icon to return home or the star to review more Click the arrow to take the quiz. Good luck!

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QUIZ TIME
Apply what you know! Think about the passengers of the Titanic Choose the room that the passenger being described roomed in while aboard the Titanic.

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QUIZ FIRST QUESTION


Which room did a First Class Passenger stay in?

Parlour Suite A

2 Person State Room

OOPS.SORRY! THATS INCORRECT


Many people couldnt afford the expensive rooms that the 1st Class passengers could. 1st Class passengers were the wealthiest of all the passengers and had the most beautiful and glamorous rooms.

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GOOD JOB!
This image is of a 1st Class passenger parlour suite. Only 1st class passengers could afford it, but many felt it was worth it, as the rooms were wide and spacious.

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QUIZ SECOND QUESTION


Which room belonged to a second class passenger?

CORRECT!
The 2nd class passengers worked hard and were able to get decent rooms. Think about it: if internet access was available on the ship, do you think the passengers could have obtained cheaper ticket? Do you think this would have had an impact on the number of lives lost?

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INCORRECT!
Remember: 2nd class passengers were mildly wealthy due to their middle-class jobs.
While they had it better than the 3rd Class passengers, they were no where near

As wealthy as 1st class or the Captains


Cabin.

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QUIZ THIRD QUESTION


Which room did a Third Class Passenger stay in?
A

THATS CORRECT!
Although some of the 3rd class rooms were similar to 2nd class rooms, most were meant to accommodate up to 4 people. Since the rooms were located at the bottom of the ship, they were often smaller and much more cramped. ~~Think about it: what if 3rd class passengers were able to contact their loved ones before the ship went down? Do you

Think there would have been less regrets?


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OH, SO CLOSE! TRY AGAIN


Remember that 3rd class passengers were small because they were located at the bottom of the ship. They would not be full of so many bunk beds. In fact, The picture placed on the left

Is a dormitory for the crew of


Titanic.

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QUIZ FOURTH QUESTION


Which room belongs to Captain Edward Smith?

CORRECT!
Captain Edward Smith had his own private room to stay in with his very own dining table. Although it was not the biggest of rooms, it was a comfortable size for the Captain.

~~Think about it: How could the internet have allowed the Captain to make better judgment when sailing the Titanic.

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UH-OH.MAYBE RETHINK THAT..


This was most definitely a trick question because there does not appear to be much of a difference between the Captain and 1st class passengers rooms. However, the captains room was a tiny bit smaller than most 1st class rooms.

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QUIZ FINAL QUESTION


Which room was the crews quarters?
A B

CORRECT!!
The crew lived at the very lowest part of the ship below everyone else. Not only did they have the worst rooms, but also were located the farthest away from the surface.

~~Think about it: Could the crew have used the internet to better organize their blueprints for the machinery?
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WHOOPSWRONG ANSWER!

Remember that the crew lived in small rooms crammed with their fellow workers. They worked hard to satisfy the passengers.

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You have done such a great job so far! Thank you!


Now that you know a little about the passengers, lets look at the different parts of the ship. While studying the ship, keep in mind modern-day technology and think of ways in which the ship could have been built differently.

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At the time of its creation, the Titanic was marveled for being the largest ship ever built. It was deemed unsinkable. However, this was not the case due to several design flaws. Learn about the parts of the ship as well as the flaws that accompanied them.

Less faults in the machinery?

Internet Access?

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THE LAYOUT OF THE TITANIC


Click on the pink parts of the ship to learn more about them.

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THE TITANICS HULL


On the night of its doom, the Titanic struck an iceberg, damaging nearly 300 feet of the right side of the hull above and below the water. This was caused by brittle fracture. Brittle fracture was the culprit for the hull steel and iron rivets failure. Should there have been prior plastic deformation and a slower speed of the Titanic, the hull would not have received

such damage.
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THE PROPELLERS
The weight of the 3 large propellers put stress on the midsection of the ship as it rose out of the water. At an angle greater than 45 degrees, stresses in the midsection exceeded the ultimate stresses of the steel and the steel failed.

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WATERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS
The brittle facture in the hull caused 6 of the 16 watertight compartments to flood. By midnight, water in the damaged compartments spread from one compartment to the other because the compartments were only horizontal. A little after 1:00, water began flooding through anchor-chain holes, eventually submerging the bow and raising the propellers out of the water.

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LIFEBOATS
Although the Titanic could hold 48 lifeboats, it only carried 20. Each boat could hold 65 people and contained oars, blankets, provisions, and flares. Life lines were placed around the boat along with sails, anchors, and covers. They also contained a compass and water beaker.

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Now that youve learned about the parts of the ship, lets talk about a very serious matter.

The Titanic suffered a terrible fate and whats worse is that the people on board didnt know what to do when the ship went down. Well, perhaps you could change that fate. The internet can be useful for looking up all kinds of information, even how to survive a sinking ship! Lets take a look at what the internet has to offermaybe you could apply it to the Titanic and how some of the simplest measures could have saved more lives.

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HOW TO SURVIVE A SINKING SHIP

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STEP 1: KNOW THE SHIP


Understand how a ship sinks
Every ship sinks differently depending

on the shape of the hull, its center of gravity, and the cause of the sinking Dont be a victim!
Know the basic skills of survival

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STEP 2: A SHIPS CENTER OF GRAVITY

Be aware of a ships center of gravity because it stabilizes the ship


High center of gravity means the ship will rock more slowly and cause less problems Low center of gravity means the ship will rock quickly
This could cause cargo to break lose, passengers to get sick, and the ship to heel over

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STEP 3: KNOW THE LOCATION OF PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES


As soon as you board a ship, its crucial that you locate the personal flotation devices Make sure you know where your device is at all times Read the instructions and be sure you know how to use it Back Next

STEP 4: KNOW YOUR MORALS


Think about who you are
What would you do when the going got tough? Would you allow others to board the lifeboats before you did?

This depends also on the laws of what national waters the ship is located

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NOW THIS APPLIES IF SINKING IS UNAVOIDABLE

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STEP 1: CALL FOR HELP


Even if you are not in charge of the ship, its always a good thing to know how to contact others

Learn how to do this from a marine vessel

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STEP 2: LISTEN FOR THE ALARM


7 short horn sounds followed by one long one is the standard signal for a sinking ship
The captain may also use the intercom to warn the passengers Even if you think its just a drill, ALWAYS be aware of your surroundings and always have a plan of action

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STEP 3: PUT ON YOUR PFD


Put on your personal flotation device (PFD) and grab any last minute survival items
Dont put your life in danger

Attend to your children and make your way toward the boat deck

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STEP 4: FOLLOW DIRECTIONS


Dont venture off by yourself
The captain and crew know the ship better than anyone
They will help

Meet at the ships muster station and await directions


Avoid the center of the ship and help out if you can

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Keep calm and carry on

STEP 5: STAY CALM

Panic causes people to become irrational and to make mistakes Should you see someone freaking out, try to calm them

People can also go into shock and not move


Yell at them to get their attention

Practice breathing techniques and help others

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STEP 6: LOOK FOR AN ESCAPE ROUTE


Look for the quickest and safest route to the deck of the ship Avoid a short path that could lead to danger Should the ship tilt, hold on to anything that could hold you upright

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STEP 7: REACH THE DECK


Once you have reached the ships deck, meet at your assigned station and search for any available lifeboats The crew will be the last to leave the ship
Its their duty to protect the passengers

Do as your told and get on a lifeboat


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STEP 8: GET ON A LIFEBOAT


The best option is to enter into a lifeboat without getting wet If that option is not available, find some other form of flotation device

If you have to jump off the ship, make sure there is nothing underneath where you are jumping
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STEP 9: STAY IN THE BOAT


Once you are settled in your lifeboat, remain calm and await instruction Help is on the way so use survival items sparingly
Collect rainwater and dont lose the will to live

If you are unable to find a lifeboat, search for any floating items and try to keep dry

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STEP 10: EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

Not everyone will be able to get on a lifeboatbe prepared


The water will be cold and cause hypothermia, cold shock, and shock Cold weather will make your limbs go numb Heatstroke and dehydration can also occur to people Be aware of the aftermath of your survivalpost-traumatic stress disorder

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WOW, youre an expert!

All the information that you just studied was found online.

This goes to show that the internet has lots of good information to offer and can help save your life in a time of crisiseven from a sinking boat.
The people of the Titanic panicked and did everything they should not have done. How could the results have turned out differently if the people had the internet to inform them of how to survive a sinking ship?

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FINAL QUIZ TIME


This will be your final assessment. Part One will be TRUE and FALSE questions. Part Two will contain short answer questions. Feel free to review before the test. Click on the house to go home Click on the stars to go back to the other slides for review

Click on the circle to take the quiz. The Titanics fate is in your handsGOOD LUCK!

QUIZ Passengers Ship Parts Survive

QUESTION 1
The Titanic had 48 lifeboats on board and at the time of its sinking?

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THATS CORRECT!
With only 20 lifeboats on board, the Titanic lost more lives than if it would have had all 48 lifeboats on board. 20 lifeboats was only enough to save about half the people on ship.

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SORRY, THATS INCORRECT.


Remember: Although the Titanic was meant to hold 48 lifeboats, only 20 of them were placed on the ship.

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QUESTION 2
How many watertight compartments worked when the Titanic began to fill with water from striking the iceberg?

16

10

SORRYTRY AGAIN.
While 16 watertight compartments were built within the Titanic, 6 of them were damaged, leaving only 10 of the 16 in working condition.

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VERY GOOD!
10 out of the 16 watertight compartments worked, as 6 were damaged due to cold water temperature, high sulfur content, and the huge impact of the ship into the iceberg.

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FINAL QUESTION
3rd class passengers were the richest and most wealthy and thus could afford the most luxurious rooms.

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FALSE

EXCELLENT!
3rd class passengers were the poorest of travelers and were often immigrants trying to start a new life in America. They gave up everything just to be able to board the ship of dreams.

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OH NO.THATS NOT RIGHT.


1st class passengers were the wealthiest of all the passengers and could afford rooms with their own dining tables and even their own maids! 3rd class passengers were not as fortunate

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QUESTION 1
1. What is the first precaution you should take when boarding a ship?

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ANSWER 1
Understand how a ship sinks
Every ship sinks differently depending

on the shape of the hull, its center of gravity, and the cause of the sinking Dont be a victim!
Know the basic skills of survival

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QUESTION 2
2. Should you always take the shortest route to the deck instead of a safer route?

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ANSWER 2
NO Look for the quickest and safest route to the deck of the ship
Avoid a short path that could lead to danger Should the ship tilt, hold on to anything that could hold you upright

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QUESTION 3
3. Who or what decides who gets to board the lifeboats first?

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ANSWER 3
Who gets to enter into the lifeboats first depends on the laws of what national waters the ship is located This could also be determined by the morals of the people on board and their willingness to let others safety come before their own

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Congratulations! You have successfully saved the Titanic!

Remember what you have learnedespecially how the internet could have changed the Titanics fate.

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