School Educator Resources
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is a great catalyst for lessons in Science, History, Geography, Language Arts, Math and Technology. Many students are familiar with the compelling story behind the Ship’s promised voyage and tragic demise. Innovative educational resources have been designed to link this built-in interest to classroom-friendly lessons that will generate student interest before your visit and extend student learning beyond your field trip.
Our Teacher’s Guide includes a Field Trip Scavenger Hunt plus classroom activities for elementary, middle, and high school levels aligned to National Academic Standards plus the Alberta Programs of Study Specific Outcomes. These lessons, which come with ready-to-copy Student Activity Pages, are designed to be used before, during, and after your field trip.
This Teacher’s Guide features a variety of methods and projects for those educators who strive for differentiated instruction in their classrooms. It also highlights local Titanic passenger profiles and the local community history in 1912. While learning about Titanic, students can analyze primary sources, explore history through music, perform historical reenactments and sharpen their geography skills. Teachers will find something to engage students of all skill levels and interests.
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Teacher's Guide for Spanish Speakers
Titanic for Scouts
Learn and earn! Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Troop Leaders can use these fun Titanic activities to fulfill select requirements for earning specified merit badges.
Titanic Guide for Seniors
The activities in this packet are designed to enrich your experience before, during and after your group visit to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. They include interesting topics such as Titanic Discussion Questions, Titanic Internet Scavenger Hunt, Titanic Book Club and Titanic puzzles.
Titanic Guide for Church Groups and Youth Groups
This special guide, Ministry through Tragedy: The Spiritual Heroes of Titanic, takes a look at the significance of religion on the Ship’s last day. First, read about the lives and deaths of the eight clergymen on Titanic. Next, learn about the religious services held onboard and the hymns that were sung. A list of discussion questions and books for further reading follow.