OUTLINE OF THE TITANTIC - Knight 1 Bryona Knight Mrs...

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Knight 1 Bryona Knight Mrs. McHenry November 18, 2014 English 10H- B1 The Unforgettable Titanic I. Introduction Paragraph A. The unforgettable Titanic struck the world by storm from being the unsinkable ship to being the ship at the bottom of the sea. B. Construction of the Unsinkable ship- The Titanic was constructed by 3,000 men at the Harland & Wolf shipyard on March 31, 1909. The ship was said to be unsinkable because of the 16 compartments but turned out to not be true. C. Passengers Accommodations- The passengers on the ship lived by classes’ first class, second and third class. D. Voyage on the Titanic- The Titanic had 2,223 passengers to board the ship on April 10, 1912. E. Lookout for Iceberg – There were many warning signs sent to the Titanic about ice but we not paid any attention. F. Sinking of the Titanic- The Titanic sinking was sad and unbelievable, lifeboats were released but many left without being full. Many people in the first class lived but more than half of the second and third class died. G. Recovery of the Titanic- The Titanic was discovered 73 years after it had sunk by Dr. Ballard and his crew. While at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean the crew found Captain Smith’s cabin, artifacts, the bow and the stern.
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Knight 2 H. One minute you are on the world’s largest ship, but the next minute you are on the bottom of the world’s largest sea. II. Construction of the Unsinkable Ship A. Setting 1. Belfast, Ireland 2. March 31, 1909 3. Harland and Wolf ship yard by the White Star Line B. The Workers 1. 3,000 men worked on the ship 2. 8 men died and 250 were injured 3. Over half of the men that worked at the ship yard worked on the boat.
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