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MATH 020 cvrMATH 020 Famous Ships

Objective:
Lecture on the topic of Famous Ships. A general overview of Maritime history’s most famous ships.

Materials Needed:
Instructor: PowerPoint Presentation
Students: Journals, writing implements

Vocabulary introduced:

  • Ship types
  • Age of Sail
  • Clipper Ships
  • Windjammers

Background:
All of Maritime History began with the observation of the oceans and rivers by man.
Further specific lectures can be assigned module letters as the need arises.

Reference:
Seafaring Lore and Legend, Peter D. Jeans 2007
Wikipedia
Personal experiences
Personal research

Lesson Plan:
Introduce the terms and concepts via PowerPoint by using images and bulleted lists to convey the information. Dialogue with the students in a question and answer format. Varies per need of class.

Introduction:
Explain subject matter, and resource materials, with an eye on multimedia and hands-on instruction when materials are available.

Body:

Alexander Nevski
American Diver
Arctic
Blucher
Carpathia
Charing Cross
Chicago
Commonwealth
CSS Arkansas
CSS Colonel Lovell
CSS Drewry
CSS Florida
CSS Fredericksburg
CSS Gaines
CSS Hunley
CSS General Beauragard CSS
CSS General Thompson
CSS Governor Moore
CSS Louisiana
CSS Manassas
CSS Richmond
CSS Virginia II
Galveston Graveyard of Ships
General Slocum
Gluckhauf
Great Stone Fleet
HMS Aceton
HMS Defence
HMS Hawke
HMS Indefatigable
HMS Invincible
HMS Pathfinder
HMS Shark
Ivanhoe
Jamestown
Kirkwall
L’aimable
Leopoldville
Lexington
Mary Celeste
Merrimack
Mississippi USS
New Orleans
Norseman
Northhampton
Odin
Plate Valley
PT – 109
Raccoon
Rattlesnake
RTN Invincible
RTN Zavala
Ruby
S-35
Sain Patrick
Stonewall Jackson
Sultana
Torpedo Raft
U-12
U-20
U-21
UB-74
USS Carondelet
USS Cumberland
USS Commodore Jones
USS Housatonic
USS Keokuk
USS Patapsco USS
USS Varuna
USS Phillipe
USS Weehawken USS
V-48
Vicksburg
Waratah
Wiesbaden

Conclusion:
Direction on how instructor can conclude the module

Clean-Up:
Varies per need of class.

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