[nobe-l] Presenting History of Apollo 11 at BELL Program
rbacchus228 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 13:57:18 UTC 2018
Hi Tina thanks for your message. I would look up some handouts about the history of Apollo Eleven and distribute them to the students.
On Aug 16, 2018 5:31 PM, Tina Hansen via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I have just been talking with our state's BELL coordinator, and it looks
> like we're going to aim for presenting the history of Apollo 11 sometime
> during next year's program. We'll likely have students between 10-12, and
> maybe some older students.
> Since we want to do the history, we'll need materials on the subject. We'll
> also need props, such as a command and lunar module. Apart from what we've
> found at the NASA space centers, we're not sure about other options. We're
> also not sure how to present the history in an engaging manner.
> But here's the problem. We'll only have an hour and a half to present, so we
> can't do anything too elaborate. This reminds me of Apollo 13, where they
> needed to fit a square peg into a round hole.
> In short, we're not sure what to do. Do any of you have ideas on how to meet
> this challenge? Thanks.
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