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This WW2 Aircraft Crash Sites teacher's pack contains activities and suggestions to complement the teaching of WW2 at KS2 and KS3. It was developed from the HLF-funded Time Travelling by Water Project as part of the project legacy.
This WW2 Aircraft Crash Sites teacher's pack contains activities and suggestions to complement the teaching of WW2 at KS2 and KS3. It was developed from the HLF-funded Time Travelling by Water Project as part of the project legacy.

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WW2 Aircraft Crash Sites at SeaTeacher's Pack
This teacher's pack contains activities and suggestions tocomplement the teaching of WW2 at KS2 and KS3. It wasdeveloped from the HLF-funded Time Travelling by Water Project as part of the project legacy.
Time Travelling by Water
Wessex Archaeology
Copyright 2010
 
This pack includes:
A
 
script
 
to
 
introduce
 
marine
 
archaeology
 
to
 
the
 
class
the
P
o
w
er
P
oint
 
presentation
 
that
 
accompanies
 
this
 
can
 
be
 
do
w
nloaded
rom
 
An
 
introduction
 
to
 
submerged
 
aircra
t
, w
hy
 
they
 
are
 
important
 
and
 
ho
w
they
 
relate
 
to
 
the
 B
lit
z
and
 
li
e
 
on
 
the
H
ome
F
ront
Three
 
activity
 
suggestions
 
to
 
explore
 
the
 
topic
w
ith
 
your
 
classThe
ollo
w
ing
 
resources
 
are
 
available
 
to
 
do
w
nload
rom
 1.P
o
w
er
P
oint
 
introducing
 
marine
 
archaeology
 2.
Airman
'
s
 
uni
orm
w
orksheet
3.S
pit
ire
 
template
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Curriculum links at K
S2
-
This
w
orkshop
 
supports
N
ational
 
Curriculum
 
history
 
study
 
units
4
:
 
Historical enquiry 
 
and
 
11
b
:
 Britain since 1930 
.Curriculum links at K
S3
-
This
w
orkshop
 
supports
N
ational
 
Curriculum
 
history
 
study
 
units
4
:
 
Historical enquiry 
 
and
 
13:
 
A world study after 1900 
.I
n
 
addition
 
this
w
orkshop
 
can
 
be
 
used
 
to
 
explore
 
citi
z
enship
 
and
 
geography
,
and
 
can
 
be
 
an
 
interesting
 
stimulus
or
 
literacy
 
and
 
art
.
1WW
2
Aircra
t
 
Crash
S
ites
 
at
S
ea
This
 
teacher
'
s
 
pack
 
contains
 
activities
 
and
 
suggestions
 
to
 
complement
 
the
 
teaching
 
o
WW
2
at
 
K
S2
and
 
K
S3.I
t
w
as
 
developed
rom
 
the
HLF
-
unded
 
Time
 
Travelling
 
by
 
Water
P
ro
 j
ect
 
as
 
part
 
o
the
 
pro
 j
ect
 
legacy
.
http://blogs.wessexarch.co.uk/ttbw/
Time Travelling by Water
Wessex Archaeology
 
2
WW
2
Aircra
t Crash
S
ites at
S
eaI
n
 
this
 
lesson
, w
e
 
are
 
going
 
to
 
become
 
marine
 
archaeologists
.
What
 
do
 
you
 
think
 
an
 
archaeologist
 
is
 
or
w
hat
 
do
 
you
 
think
 
an
 
archaeologist
 
does
?
An
 
archaeologist
 
is
 
someone
w
ho
w
ants
 
to
 
kno
w
one
 
thing
– w
hat
 
li
e
w
as
 
like
or
 
people
 
in
 
the
 
past
.M
arine
 
archaeologists
 
study
 
anything
 
that
 
is
 
in
 
the
w
ater
 
that
 
can
 
teach
 
them
 
about
 
people
 
in
 
the
 
past
,
or
 
anything
 
that
 
can
 
teach
 
them
 
about
 
ho
w
people
 
have
 
used
w
ater
 
in
 
the
 
past
.M
arine
 
archaeologists
 
are
 
probably
 
best
 
kno
w
n
 
or
 
diving
 
on
 
ship
w
recks
,
but
 
they
 
also
 
study
 
rivers
,
lakes
,
ports
,
harbours
,
beaches
,
bridges
anything
 
that
 
can
 
teach
 
them
 
about
 
people
 
and
 w
ater
 
in
 
the
 
past
.
They
 
have
 
some
 
very
 
clever
 
methods
 
o
investigating
 
archaeology
 
under
w
ater
.
As
w
ell
 
as
 
diving
,
they
 
go
w
ading
 
in
 
shallo
w w
ater
 
or
 w
alking
 
on
 
the
 
beach
 
to
 
study
 
archaeology
 
(if you have a hi-vis coat, a hard hat and wellies or waders, dress a pupil up to demonstrate this) 
.
They
 
also
w
ork
w
ith
 
other
 
people
w
ho
 
use
 
the
 w
ater
,
such
 
as
isherman
 
and
 
marine
 
aggregate
 
dredgers
,
and
 
they
 
do
 
something
 
called
 
geophysical
 
survey
,
or
 
geophys
. G
eophys
 
is
 
a
 
hi-tech
 
system
w
hich
 
uses
 
sound
w
aves
 
to
 
map
 
the
 
sea
loor
. L
ook
 
at
 
the
 
pictures
 
that
w
ere
 
made
 
using
 
geophysical
 
survey
.
 
These
 
pictures
 
sho
w
di
ff 
erent
 
types
 
o
archaeology
 
on
 
the
 
seabed
can
 
you
w
ork
 
out
 w
hat
 
they
 
are
?
I
ntroduction
 
to
 
marine
 
archaeology
This
 
script
 
accompanies
 
a
P
o
w
er
P
oint
 
presentation
 
or
 
intro
.
pd
f w
hich
 
can
 
be
 
do
w
nloaded
rom
 
http:
//
blogs
.w
essexarch
.
co
.
uk
/
ttb
w/
teacherspacks
/1.
WW
2 B
omber
 
-
 
thought
 
currently
 
to
 
be
 
a
 G
erman
D
ornier
, w
hich
 
is
 
lying
 
upside
 
do
w
n
 w
ith
 
its
 
bomb
 
doors
 
open
.
This
w
as
ound
 
o
ff 
the
 
Kent
 
coast
.2.
A
1
submarine
 
-
 
sunk
w
hilst
 
on
 
auto-pilot
 
in
1911.
The
 
submarine
 
is
 
currently
 
lying
 
in
 B
racklesham
B
ay
,
West
S
ussex
.3.
The
 
Talis
 
-
 
a
 
ship
 
carrying
 
coal
 
that
w
as
 
involved
 
in
 
a
 
collision
 
in
1906.
The
 
damage
 
to
 
the
 
rear
 
o
the
 
ship
 
is
 
clear
 
in
 
this
 
picture
.
The
w
reck
 
lies
 
to
 
the
 
south-east
 
o
f B
eachy
H
ead
 
in
E
ast
S
ussex
.
Archaeologists
 
use
 
all
 
the
 
clues
 
available
 
to
 
them
 
to
 
try
 
and
 
learn
 
about
 
people
 
in
 
the
 
past
.

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