Task• In this task there will be some pictures of major events that have happened in the past.• Look at the events and think what happened• Choose 2-3 pictures write about your interpretation and understanding of the event or do a voiceover of your interpretation of the event• For voiceover use Quicktime new screen recording to record your voice. (make sure the microphone is on)• Ask yourself “What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”
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Man landing on the moon Text “What happened in this event?” “How do I know what happened?”
Man landing on the moonThis was the the ﬁrst man on the moon. His name isNeil Armstrong. There was another man with him,but I forgot his name. These were Neil’s famouswords when he took his ﬁrst step on the moon:“Thats one small step for man, one giant leap formankind.” I know this because I see it on the news,my parents tell me about it, and I do research aboutit on the computer.
Sinking of the Titanic“What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”
TitanicIn 1912, the Titanic sank. The Titanic was a very bigcruise ship. It hit a iceberg, and it sank. Before it setsail, some people called it the unsinkable ship. I don’tknow why they called it that. It called for help lots oftimes, but most ships were very far away and couldn’thelp. Some ships were pretty close but their radio wasturned off. Lots of people died.
9/11 attack“What was the event?” and “How do I know what happened?”
9/11 attackOn September 11th 2001, two planes were hijackedand then ﬂew into the two twin towers at New York.Lot’s of people were killed. I know this becausesometimes they talk about it on the news and myparents tell me about it.