MATH – Marine Anthropology 021 Battles

Objective:
Lecture on seafaring battles and the big ships affiliated with those battles.

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

Vocabulary introduced:

  • Armada
  • Armament
  • Battle of Copenhagen
  • Battle of Jutland
  • Battleship
  • British Royal Navy
  • Cannon
  • Captain
  • Gun powder
  • HMS Ark Royal
  • HMS Dreadnought
  • Navy
  • RMS Queen Mary
  • RMS Titantic
  • Sinking of HMAS Sydney
  • Submarine
  • Spanish Armada
  • Transatlantic liner
  • U-boat

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.

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

Body:

  • Bullet list of intended topics for this module

Conclusion:
Instructor can wrap up the course with a Q&A session, a quiz, or a test depending on instructor preference.  These materials can be ordered as part of the packet. 

Clean-Up:
Varies per course, and needs of class.

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