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7EN - T1 - Titanic: Home

Create a multi-modal piece that provides an account of an historical event

Featured information books - Titanic

Click here for more Titanic information books available from Forrest Library.

Oliver catalogue

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Online encyclopaedias

Online encyclopaedias are great for short, concise and correct information. Search by your historical event e.g. Titanic.

  • Variety of reading levels
  • Quality resources including text, images, videos and ‘Web’s Best Sites’
  • Read aloud facility
  • Size your font up or down
  • Ready-made citation

  • Easy-to-understand articles
  • Built-in research tool
  • Text-to-speech tool can read aloud

Mixed media - YouTube - 12 haunting facts about the Titanic

Website - History Channel - Titanic

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Mixed media - YouTube - Survivor Interview

Reference Generator

It is important that you show your teacher you used a variety of reliable resources. Use the online Reference Generator available through the Portal to create your citations. Make sure you alphabetically sort them afterwards.

A sample bibliography for 3 resources provided on this page would look like:

Eva Hart speaks about her memories of the Titanic . . survivor interview (2010). Available at: [Accessed 4 Feb. 2016].

Stewart, A 2012, Titanic unclassified : secrets of the Titanic revealed, A & C Black,London.

Titanic 2016. Britannica School. Retrieved 4 February 2016, from