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© Crown copyright 2004 The Quest for Knowledge Searching and Selecting: Lesson 3
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© Crown copyright 2004 The quest for knowledge Your quest is to find out the name(s) of the very first person (or people) ever to fly in any kind of aircraft. If you follow the right links, you should find out very quickly. Links are blue or green and are underlined. When your teacher tells you to start, click on the link below to... START
© Crown copyright 2004 This is your home page Follow the links to reach your goal as fast as you can. If you get lost on the way, you must click on the Home link and start your quest again. Remember, you are trying to find out the names of the very first people to fly. All about air All about birds All about transport All about names
© Crown copyright 2004 Names Dictionary of English SurnamesDictionary of English Surnames Choosing a name for your baby Home Dictionary of European PlacenamesDictionary of European Placenames What does your name mean?
© Crown copyright 2004 Transport Railways Shipping The bicycle Aviation Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Shipping Oil tankers Careers in the merchant navy How ships have evolved Home Warships
© Crown copyright 2004 The bicycle Le Tour de France Mountain bikes Touring by bike Maintaining your bike Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Railways The Indian railway system The first steam locomotives Buying tickets on-line Trains of the future Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Air Airborne diseases What air is made of Winds and storms The earths atmosphere Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Youre lost! Go home and start again! Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Birds The garden birds of Britain How birds fly Home Keeping birds as pets Flightless birds
© Crown copyright 2004 Aviation The jet engine The aeroplane in warfare Cheap holiday flights History of flight Home
© Crown copyright 2004 History of flight Myths and legends The 18th century The 19th century The 20th century Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The 18th century The hydrogen balloon The first manned flight Across the English ChannelAcross the English Channel Failed attempts to fly Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The 19th century Steam power The glider Home The first model aeroplaneThe first model aeroplane Otto Lillienthal
© Crown copyright 2004 The 20th century The growth of air travel The aircraft in warfare Home The jet engine Supersonic flight
© Crown copyright 2004 Myths and legends Greek myths of flight The dragon Aztec myths of flight The broomstick Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The aircraft in warfare The early years The Second World War The Vietnam War The Second Gulf War Home
© Crown copyright 2004 Cheap holiday flights Book on-line now Your local airport Home Holiday destinations Holiday insurance
© Crown copyright 2004 The jet engine Frank Whittle The history of the jet engine The modern airliner engine How the jet engine works Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The names of the first people to fly were: Jean F Pilâtre de Rozier and The Marquis dArlandes
© Crown copyright 2004 The first manned flight Who designed the balloon Who flew the balloon When the flight took place Where the flight took place Home The first manned flight was in a hot-air balloon
© Crown copyright 2004 The first manned flight took place in Paris... but thats not what you have to find out! Go home and start again! Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The designer of the balloon which carried the first people to fly was Joseph Michael Montgolfier... but thats not what you have to find out! Go home and start again! Home
© Crown copyright 2004 The first manned flight took place on 21 November 1783... but thats not what you have to find out! Go home and start again! Home
Objectives To provide opportunities:
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