Activity 11 Resource Pack: Producing a culturegram
The Titanic: Activity 11 Resource Pack. Students create a culturegram (an image bank) of life in England between 1910 and 1914.
The Titanic text (Word document)
Why did RMS Titanic, ship of dreams, sink? This text explores the events that fateful night and why the Titanic became the most famous shipwreck of all time.
Activity 15 Resource Pack: Safety procedures and survival
The Titanic: Activity 15 Resource Pack. Students consider what could have been done to save more lives on-board the Titanic and devise step-by-step emergency procedures.
Activity 14 Resource Pack: Taboo
The Titanic: Activity 14 Resource Pack. The children play a game of Taboo with words to do with the Titanic. They must find a way to describe the person, place or object without using the ‘forbidden’ words on the card.
Activity 13 Resource Pack: Splat!
The Titanic: Activity 13 Resource Pack. A game of snap, in which students match key words related to the Titanic to definitions.
Activity 12 Resource Pack: Titanic role-play
The Titanic: Activity 12 Resource Pack. Children use role-play to explore moral and ethical issues surrounding the Titanic disaster.
Activity 10 Resource Pack: Should the wreckage of the Titanic be left alone?
The Titanic: Activity 10 Resource Pack. Students explore the pros and cons of leaving the wreck of the Titanic alone and evaluate their final decision. Includes instructions for two different approaches to this activity – Agree/disagree line and Decision alley.
Activity 9 Resource Pack: How much of an iceberg can be seen above the water line?
The Titanic: Activity 9 Resource Pack. A visual demonstration to the children that the majority of an iceberg is below the water line and cannot be seen.
Activity 8 Resource Pack: Poetry writing
The Titanic: Activity 8 Resource Pack. Students complete two mini activities designed to fire their imaginations, before using their ideas to write a poem about the sinking of the Titanic.