Teaching Ideas and Resources Below are a collection of lesson plans and teaching ideas based around theTitanic. Many teachers will find the Titanic a great topic to teach as it offers a range of links to a number of curriculum areas and easily captures the imagination of all age groups. We also have a collection of useful Titanic web links to educationally approved sites that your students will find very useful in completing a number of these activities.
His knee troubled him for years. Later, his wife became accustomed to the sound of him falling down the stairs when his knee buckled under his weight. He had been accepted to Antioch his brother's alma mater while in high school.
He wrote, directed, and acted in many radio programs on campus, then around the state, as part of his work study. At first, she refused to date him because of his campus reputation as a "ladies' man", but she eventually changed her mind.
The Serling family continued to use this house annually throughout Rod's life, missing only two summers in the years when his daughters were born.
He wrote and directed the programs and acted in them when needed.
He created the entire output for the — school year. With one exception an adaptationall the writing that year was his original work. The radio program Dr. Christian had started an annual scriptwriting contest eight years earlier.
Thousands of scripts were sent in annually, but very few could be produced. One of the other winners that day was Earl Hamner, Jr. Perhaps this is a baby you should try on some of the producers of television shows.
Christian script aired on November 30 of that year. After selling the scripts, Serling had no further involvement with them. They were sold by Crosley to local stations across the United States. This idea was changed significantly, but was produced from October to February as Adventure Express, a drama about a girl and boy who travel by train with their uncle.
Each week they found adventure in a new town and got involved with the local residents. During the production of these, he became acquainted with a voice actor, Jay Overholts, who later became a regular on The Twilight Zone. The minute you tie yourself down to a radio or TV station, you write around the clock.
You rip out ideas, many of them irreplaceable. They go on and consequently can never go on again. You can't afford to give away ideas—they're too damn hard to come by. If I had it to do over, I wouldn't staff-write at all.
I'd find some other way to support myself while getting a start as a writer. It had aimed downward, had become cheap and unbelievable, and had willingly settled for second best. The first job he got out of school was as continuity writer at radio station WLW in Cincinnati.
He worked there for over a year before he could free-lance. At that point, he was really working on television scripts. It was a very propitious time to be graduating from school and getting ready to find a profession.
His duties included writing testimonial advertisements for dubious medical remedies and scripts for a comedy duo. He sent manuscripts to publishers and received forty rejection slips during these early years.
His radio scripts received more rejections, so he began rewriting them for television. Whenever a script was rejected by one program, he would resubmit it to another, eventually finding a home for many in either radio or television. He continued to write for television  and eventually left WKRC to become a full-time freelance writer.
He recalled, "Writing is a demanding profession and a selfish one.4. The Fairy Tale/Tall Tale Students select a person or an event and then write a paper that examines their topic in the style of a fairy tale or tall tale.
Students must understand their person or event well enough to provide an accurate description, while at the same time exaggerating some of their details. Scarlett Johansson won a defamation suit against a French writer for creating a promiscuous character who happened to look like the movie star.
• More Technology, Fewer Jobs (Writing Assignment) The Story Library books and website make an ideal combination for class assignments. To help get you started, our staff has created some sample lesson plans for you to use with your class.
Titanic: Teaching Ideas and Resources. Below are a collection of lesson plans and teaching ideas based around theTitanic. Many teachers will find the Titanic a great topic to teach as it offers a range of links to a number of curriculum areas and easily captures the imagination of all age groups.
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SAMPLE RESPONSE PAPERS. Below is a collection of strong (and exceptionally strong) response papers from students. All received high grades. They are good examples of insightful thinking and strong writing. I would especially encourage you to notice that most of them don’t have obvious organization; most of them let their ideas develop and wander.