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For Educators: Cook, James 1&2

For Educators: Cook, James 1&2
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The Explorer - Journey 1: James Cook, 1771 - Australasia

The Story: Stingray Bay

The Explorer - Journey 2: James Cook, 1776 - Australasia

The Story:Death on the Beach

Join the explorations and various amazing adventures of Captain James Cook.  In 1768, he travels thousands of miles from England to the tip of South America, around the Cape, and across the Pacific to discover Australia.  On his second voyage, he circumnavigates and maps New Zealand (not portrayed here).  On his third voyage, he explores the South Pacific, and becomes the first European to explore the Hawaiian Islands.  He  then ventures up the west coast of America to Alaska.  Returning to Hawaii for the winter, he is attacked and stabbed to death on the beach at Kealakekua Bay. 

These 2 Journeys of Discovery include:.

  • the story (in both Script and Arial fonts), with ‘outside the box’ word clues and without clues for early readers.
  • an educator information page with anticipated learning outcomes.
  • a world projection map, a telescoped map of the explored area and a compass.
  • the clues and solution.
  • a single list of journeys and their explorers.

The Journeys are all:

  • in greyscale.
  • PDF downloadable.

Our resources encourage interaction and fun while introducing locations, weather/social conditions, cities, countries, seas, oceans and continents.  They demonstrate the use of compass points for direction and the use of longitude and latitude ... your students won’t even know it’s a lesson.  In addition, they provide a portrayal of an actual historic journey - please note that the identity of the explorer is not mentioned in the story as it is part of the solution for you to share with your class!

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