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Escape the Titanic: A Ship You Wouldn't Want to Stay Aboard- Beginner
Put your critical thinking skills to the test in this Digital Escape Room to avoid going down with the ship.
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In this immersive, interactive Digital Escape Room Challenge, learners will be racing to an available lifeboat before going down with the fast, sinking ship. However, it's not that easy to reach safety! Learners will have to start at the bottom of the ship and climb their way to the top by decoding messages, locating evidence in a text, drawing a tool, making matches, and using their memorization skills. The Digital Escape Room will utilize an application called nearpod. Learners will have...
Learners will >Decode hidden messages through word scramble and Morse Code >Utilize memorization skills while making observations >Locate a secret word in a short text >Illustrate using a drawing tool
No homework will be assigned for this class.
Please provide paper and pencil if your child wishes to take notes while solving each task of the escape challenge.
An informal assessment will be given. This informal assessment will be given by the instructor asking the learner various questions while completing each task to move forward with the escape challenge.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This digital escape room is inspired by true events and timeline of the Titanic sinking. Learners will be guided from lock to lock within different sections of the ship. In the end, they will successfully escape the sinking ship.
Nicole KuffoThe more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. - Dr. Seuss
126 total reviews
100 completed classes
Hi! I have been teaching for 10 years. I started out as a museum educator at a whaling museum. There, I taught ages preschool to senior citizens on a wide variety of topics. My students and I have explored the history of whaling, nautical...