Read the question: "How can you give a voice to the past?". Spot the verb and modal, the nouns, and the interrogative pronoun.
Fill in the table with the words depending on their categories.
Select the elements which help us to “hear” voices from the past:
Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.
What can you find into the sea?
Into the deep
Is it scary? Why?
= into the sea
Check with this table what you already know.
Today, can you...
name family members and things?
Complete the list: father,
She / he has . It is
link and oppose ideas?
Use and / but ➝
talk about past legends?
Once upon a time,
Observe and listen
Look at the photograph of the Titanic Museum. What does this building look like?
Titanic Museum, designed by Eric Khune and Associates, Belfast, 2012.
Can you imagine why?
Listen to the audio guide and select the words you can hear.
Fill in the blanks to sum up.
This is (name of the building), opened in (year) in (city). It looks like a or an . Inside you can find nine interactive which tell people about the sights, sounds, smells and of the .
Fill with the right answer.
a) What happened to the Titanic? (She collided with an iceberg / She disappeared in a storm). b) What was her intended destination? (England / France / The USA). c) The movie Titanic is (very famous / unknown). d) This movie was (a huge success / a big failure).
Let’s have fun
Listen to the poem and pick out the stressed syllables.
Song about the Titanic
“The Titanic Song”
It was sad when that great ship went down, Husbands and wives And little children lost their lives, It was sad when that great ship went down.
Spot the rhymes.
Repeat and record yourself.
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