- Generate a list of questions about aviators and aviation to guide our unit
- Identify details in photographs of aviators and airplanes
- Utilize the internet to locate things that fly
- Compare and contrast two things that fly
- Identify character traits that facilitate fulfilling personal goals
- Identify areas of nature that may have influenced humans quest for flight
- Use technology to research the life of an aviator
- Identify major aviation events on a time line
Have a class aviation show. Students can create a paper airplane at home and fly them at the show. Students should be prepared to take on the role of an aviator as they share with the audience the character traits they displayed when creating a plane that flew. Various categories of recognition could include: amount of time spent in the air, length of flight, etc. Invite families to attend the show.
Details a lesson plan for teaching students about airplanes and aviators throughout history with the aid of photographs and through the creation of time lines.
Presents a lesson focusing on things that fly. Students research, identify, compare and contrast, chart, and generate questions and answers about things that fly.