The RMS Titanic
3-D Titanic - Explore the Real Ship of Dreams here!
Brett's RMS Titanic
Encyclopedia Titanica - "A unique resource for anyone interested in the Titanic. Over 2,100 individual passenger and crew biographies, regularly updated passenger and crew listings, exclusive research articles and ongoing discussions about the Titanic."
How Deep Can They Go? - Read about Dr. Ballard and his group of researchers who explored the final resting place of this great liner.
Investigating the Titanic - WebQuest
Mary Jane's Titanic Page - The music is a little distracting, but there's factual information surrounding the sinking of the RMS Titanic. A few nice photographs included also.
Mock Trail: AKA Titanic Trial - Hold a mock trail about the Titanic tragedy.
Molly Brown House Museum - Read about the life of the "Unsinkable Molly Brown." (Molly was one of the surviving passengers on the Titanic.)
Online Titanic Museum - Includes artifacts recovered from the Titanic.
Raymond's Titanic Pages - "Includes specs, essay, FAQs, and trivia on the R.M.S. Titanic and its sinking. Includes an extensive image gallery, a forum, and related links."
The Grave of the Titanic - Classroom activities.
The Titanic - Cloze activity.....fill in the blanks.
The Titanic - Lesson planning article from Education World.
The Titanic Was No Disaster: What Happened to Her Was! - ThinkQuest
The Titanic: What Can Numbers Tell Us About Her Fatal Voyage - WebQuest
The Unsinkable Titanic - Read "her" story here! (The author of this Web site has been interested in the Titanic since the age of seven!!!)
The Wreck of the RMS Titanic - "This site explores the wreck itself, as it was found in 1985, and as it continues to be explored. On this site you will discover great detail on the lay of the wreck, with opportunities to delve into the processes of the ship's building, sinking, and even it's decay."
Thomas Andrews: Builder of the Ship of Dreams - Learn about the man who was in charge of building this great ship.
Titanic: A Voyage of Discovery - Wow, this is a very good resource! This Web site has over 50 pages telling the fateful story of the RMS Titanic, from her conception to the discovery and the exploration of the wreck, with many authentic pictures
Titanic Buff - Trivia.
Titanic Gallery - The story of the Titanic portrayed in paintings by Paul Quinn.
Titanic in 3-D - Movie from National Geographic....
Titanic in the Classroom - This is a great resource for teachers and students!!!
Titanic Lesson Plans
Titanic Reading Activity - For ESL.
Exploring the Titanic - Middle grades.
The Titanic: Searching a Legend - Includes five lesson plans for grades 9-12.
Titanic - Unit plan for grades 5-8.
Titanic Memorials - Learn about some of the memorials that were erected to honor either an individual who died on the Titanic or an entire group of people.
Titanic Project Page - Activities/projects for students in Mrs. Fields' classroom..
Titanic's Lost Sister - From Nova Online......information about how the Titanic and other ships were built and the flaws that led to their demise.
Titanic: The Legend Below - ThinkQuest
Titanic: The Sinking of the Unsinkable - ThinkQuest
Titanic Tidbits - "The author hopes to use this site to present 'chapters' containing little-known information about the Titanic disaster that have been overlooked by historians ever since the events in question took place. The material presented here has been culled from a wide variety of sources: period newspapers, diaries, letters, personal memoirs and primary source documents held in archives on both sides of the Atlantic."
Titanic Trivia - Stats: trivial and not so trivial- facts and figures regarding almost anything you would care to know about this great liner from food to cargo!
What Really Sank the Titanic? - "There are a number of great pages on the web that illustrate the building of the ship, it's passengers, the disaster, and the aftermath, but none that really explain the reason that she sank. After years of researching this as a hobby, here's my take on it."......from the author of this Web site.
Updated: August 1,
Created: August 25, 2002
Jerrie S. Cheek
ETTC - Kennesaw State University