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  1. This is AMAZING. (I too was weirdly fascinated by the Titanic and not by anything else normal or teenager-y) I do want to know what time of the year you typically teach this, and if you are able to connect any standards to it.

    1. Hi Brittany!

      I teach it whenever I can fit it in, but most often in April, around the anniversary of the sinking and after state testing. You can connect a TON of standards to it, especially when it comes to the literature and math piece. Science standards can be more tricky because they differ from state to state, but in general, there is always one a bout the scientific process, so I use that. 🙂


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  5. I love the Titanic! I teach fourth grade math and science and I'm trying to come up with a way to create a cross-curricular project about the Titanic. I am just wondering what grade you teach?

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  6. If you still monitor these comments, This is AMAZING! One of my 4th grade teachers used much of it and it went perfectly with what we are trying to do with kids, go deeper and use Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity and Communication to make connections. I am going to use this unit as an example of how to get kids thinking deeper with a guiding question of Impact – How do our choices affect ourselves, our communities, and the
    world? We also have a Titanic presentation coming to a local children's museum that we want to take our kids to. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thank you so much for your feedback! I love your guiding question… are you an IB school?