5 edition of Finding the Titanic found in the catalog.
Finding the Titanic
Robert D. Ballard
Describes the voyage of the Titanic, the accident that caused it to sink, the rescue of those who survived, and the 1986 expedition to find the sunken ship.
|Statement||by Robert Ballard with Nan Froman ; paintings by Ken Marschall.|
|Contributions||Froman, Nan., Marschall, Ken, ill.|
|LC Classifications||G530.T6 B495 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
An exhibition at the National Geographic museum in Washington, D.C., called "Titanic: The Untold Story," recounts the tragic fate of the ship, a . Scientists and explorers competed to find the Titanic. One scientist even wanted to take his pet monkey called Titan on a mission to find the wreck! It took over 70 years for explorers to find the Titanic. Finding the Titanic. Robert Ballard was a deep sea explorer with a dream to find the Titanic.
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Book summary, in your own words (3 pts) Finding the Titanic is an informational book about the Titanic and how Robert D. Ballard discovered the Titanic on the ocean floor. Grade level, interest level, lexile (1 pt) This would be a great book for PreK-3rd grade.
It is /5(35). This is a good book to add to my young nephew's Titanic library. He was captivated by the graphics and the text. It was an excellent purchase, well-suited to his age 7 level of by: 4.
1. Book summary, in your own words (3 pts)Finding the Titanic is an informational book about the Titanic and how Robert D. Ballard discovered the Titanic on the ocean floor Grade level, interest level, lexile (1 pt)This would be a great book for PreK-3rd grade. It is so very interesting and full of interesting information/5(30).
Schol Rdr Lvl 4 Finding The Titanic SAVE TO LIST. Finding the titanic is just how the titles tells, finding the titanic. The titanic is a historical ship that sank on either April When the titanic sunk it was a mystery on where it was for 73 years. But then in the titanic was found by an Oceangrapher Robert Ballard & his crew/5.
Finding the Titanic. Description; Files; Robert Ballard describes how he and his team discovered the Titanic in Through a flashback to the story of year old Ruth Becker inBallard portrays one of the many stories that has driven his interest to preserve the Titanic on the ocean floor.
If you are using a trade book or. As Woods Hole oceanographer Robert Ballard demonstrates in his absorbing, profusely illustrated book about his years-long hunt for the wreck of the Titanic, science isn't all that different from as a Hollywood type--say, the director whose quest to make the world's most expensive film is chronicled in Paula Parisi's Titanic and the Making of James Cameron--must use the cachet of Cited by: Nearly 20 years after first finding the sunken remains of the R.M.S.
Titanic, marine explorer Robert Ballard returned in Junehelped by. Finding the Titanic (Grade 4 Theme 1 Selection 3 Summary) It was August, Robert Ballard and his crew thought they had found the Titanic at last.
Ballard had always dreamed of finding the Titanic. No one had seen the ship since That was when it hit an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the ocean.
The water was too deep for people. The Titanic Sinks. By Thomas Conklin / Random House, Inc Here is the exciting true story about the "unsinkable" Titanic. Dramatic accounts, white-knuckle suspense, and fast-paced action of how the world's biggest, safest ship sank on its maiden voyage.
Includes black-and-white photos and full-color underwater photos of the wreck. The Real Story Behind the Discovery of Titanic’s Watery Grave Ina joint American-French expedition tracked down one of the biggest prizes in maritime archeology: the year-old wreck of.
After the sinking of the Titanic on Apthe great ship slumbered on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean for over 70 years before its wreckage was discovered.
On September 1,a joint American-French expedition, headed by famous American oceanographer Dr. Robert Ballard, found the Titanic over two miles below the ocean’s surface by using an unmanned submersible called Argo. The Paperback of the Finding the Titanic (Scholastic Reader Series, Level 4) by Robert D.
Ballard, Ken Marschall | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Brand: Scholastic, Inc. Explore the Titanic with the discoverer of the sunken ship in this Hello Reader.
chapter book. Ocean explorer Robert D. Ballard tells how he and his crew found the Titanic, and also describes the ill-fated voyage through the eyes of year-old passenger Ruth Becker. Photos and paintings of the ship and the underwater wreckage will surely fascinate your child.4/5.
Engage young readers with the fascinating story of the Titanic tragedy written by the man who actually found it. Readers will learn about the actual event as well as the discovery of the shipwrecked Titanic many years later.
48 pages, words, Grades Finding The Titanic () by Pages: This flipchart is an in depth study of the book Finding the Titanic by Robert Ballard. The flipchart covers issues such as the sinking, its effect on survivors, and survival statistics. Students work both independently and in groups to explore the sinking through scientific experimentation and res.
Buy a cheap copy of Finding the Titanic book by Robert D. Ballard. The story of the Titanic right up to its rediscovery is told for more advanced, independent young readers by the man who discovered the great sunken ship.
Free shipping over $Cited by: 4. Finding the Titanic (Hello Reader. Level 4) has 1 reviews and 0 ratings. Reviewer gilbert26 wrote: I loved this book i like how one part you feel like you are actuly a part of history the other you feel like you are a Author: Robert D.
Ballard. Even the youngest readers are fascinated by the Titanic, and Robert Ballard, the scientist who searched for, and finally found, the lost ship under the sea, has written this account just for them.
Using simple language, photos, and drawings, he creates a vivid picture of both his quest and the sinking of the ship, telling that story through the eyes of a twelve-year-old girl who sailed on the.
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Asked in Movies, Titanic Who wrote the movie Titanic?. For ours, we included a Table of Contents, Titanic Bubble Map and wrote about Titanic Facts, Titanic's Maiden Voyage, The Sinking of Titanic, and Finding Titanic. The book takes a little time and effort to make but it is definitely worth it, and your students will LOVE their book!Comments.
mary packard, 9 years ago i have the same book 1st edition the sinking of the titanic i am looking to sell it, i would grade the book in a1 condition i dont think its really ever been read, if anyone out there is looking for this book contact me at mary.Finding the RMS Titanic was not easy, but the thrill of her discovery was short lived when the implications of what he had truly done came back to Dr.
Robert Ballard the moment he got home. When people work their whole lives for a goal, and then that goal is actually fulfilled, then it can be quite hard to deal with.