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Escape the Titanic (Escape Room): The Mystery of the Unsinkable Ship
In this one-time class, students will attempt to "escape" the shipwrecked Titanic as they learn the story of this historic ship, and apply critical thinking social studies skills! A fun, mystery-filled summer adventure! Don't miss it!
Miss Tamez, M.A. History/ Secondary Education
33 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 11 learners
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45 minute class
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🌟Class Summary: You are part of the underwater team exploring the shipwrecked Titanic. Suddenly your equipment fails and you're left to find your way out of the shipwreck before you're trapped in the watery grave below! Can you ESCAPE?! In this one-time class, students will attempt to "escape" the shipwrecked Titanic as they learn the history of this historic ship & apply critical thinking and social studies skills! A fun, mystery-filled summer adventure! Don't miss it! 👉*Best suited for...
-Practice Critical Thinking -Become familiarized with History of the Titanic -Practice verbalizing & expressing ideas -Learning Vocabulary -Reviewing previously known Historical knowledge -Develop tolerance at listening to other perspectives -Use evidence to support arguments & claims
*B.A. in History & Anthropology *M.A. in History (with a focus on American Colonial & Environmental History) *Internship experience working at a Museum (2 years) *Taught History (public school) 10 years *Taught History (University) 6 years *Training New History Teachers 7 years *Tutoring Students 10 years *Experience with Research (Research Assistant 2 years)
There is no homework for this class.
Students will be provided Escape Room materials via the Outschool classroom. Students are urged to check the Outschool classroom BEFORE class and be ready with the handouts they will need for class. **Please note, one of the handouts will need to be printed
There are no formal assessments for this class.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As this is a class involving the history of the Titanic, there may be mention or images of death, murder, supernatural beliefs, racism, gender, war, abuse, disease, religion, and other topics or visuals that may be sensitive to some learners. All topics will be taught in an age appropriate manner, in a History context. Historical information presented and students will be encouraged to interpret their own conclusions. Views presented in any primary sources are not my own, rather they are first hand accounts and based on the perspective of the author. Resources used to create context for this historical adventure are listed below and may be periodically updated; therefore parents are urged to save this page and revisit. As this is a game-based class, students should have some tolerance for healthy competition, and good sportsmanship is expected. For this course, students may occasionally use the following tools, and they will be used as follows: -Nearpod: Used for slides, Virtual fieldtrips & student interaction activities (no student account necessary. Students are provided a code to join OR resource may simply be used on screen as part of instruction without requiring students to access it) 👉Depending on Learner ability and the amount of participants, this class may longer or shorter.
*Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History *History.com *Britannica Encyclopedia *National Geographic.org *Smithsonian Institution *Christopher Newport University (primary sources) *Archives.gov (primary sources) *Maryland State Library Resource Center (primary & secondary sources) *THE AMERICAN YAWP: A Massively Collaborative Open U.S. History Textbook: https://www.americanyawp.com/ (for Historical Contextualization) Resources used to create historical context may be periodically updated; therefore parents are urged to save this page and revisit.
Miss Tamez, M.A. History/ Secondary Education
Certified History Teacher & former College Professor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
33 total reviews
62 completed classes
Hello Parents and Learners!👋 My name is Miss Tamez and I'm passionate about Teaching future Historians👩🏫! I want students to leave my classes feeling inspired, empowered, and confident! 🌟DEGREES & CERTIFICATIONS: *B.A. in History *B.S. in...