Presentation on theme: "A Night to Remember J. Bruce Ismay- White Star Director and survivor."— Presentation transcript:
A Night to Remember J. Bruce Ismay- White Star Director and survivor
A Night to Remember Captain E. J. Smith
A Night to Remember Thomas Andrews- Designer of the Titanic (He told Captain Smith how long it would take the sink)
A Night to Remember Frederick Fleet- Crows Nest Lookout- He reported the iceberg (there were no binoculars- they had gone missing)
A Night to Remember Harold Bride-Junior Wireless Operator and survivor- (22 yrs. old)- stayed at his post until the lights were almost completely out.
A Night to Remember Charles Herbert Lightoller- the most senior officer to survive the Titanic
A Night to Remember Important Passengers Margaret “Molly” Brown, Denver Socialite John Jacob Astor, New York real estate tycoon and wealthiest man aboard Bejamin Guggenheim-Went down “dressed ‘in his best”
A Night to Remember Colonel Archibald Butt- Military aide to President Taft Lorraine Allison Only first class child to perish W.T. Stead- Editor and world famous psychic
A Night to Remember Notes: Chapter 1 1.On what night of her voyage did Titanic hit the iceberg? At what time and date? 2.Describe the weather conditions. 3.Where was the Titanic built? 4.What ship was in sight of the Titanic?
A Night to Remember Chapter 2 1.Besides the boiler rooms, what was one of the first areas to flood and what did the crew have to do about it? 2.On page 21, Andrews explains to the captain why the Titanic will sink. Explain.
A Night to Remember Chapter 3 1.Look over questions from Chapter 3! Chapter 4 1.Describe the scene at the lifeboats as they were being loaded. List at least three problems the crew had. 2.What was unusual about the staff of the a la carte restaurant aboard the Titanic? 3.What did the Californian notice about the Titanic?
A Night to Remember Chapter 5 1.What was the problem Philips had with contacting other ships? 2. Who was Navratril? (end of chapter 5) 3. Study the timeline. (Found on