Give your students insight into two great pilots they (and perhaps you) probably never heard about, as well as guided practice in using QR codes and URLs to search for information.
This guided internet search activity is taken from a larger paid product:
Internet Aviation Scavenger Hunt — Pilots and Legends
Give each student a copy of the QUESTIONS pages in PDF format with live, clickable links and QR codes; or provide paper copies of the QUESTIONS pages and students can type in the shortened URLs or scan the QR codes on their internet-enabled devices to perform the searches. The answers may be handwritten on a blank piece of paper or paper copies of the QUESTIONS pages; or keyed into a Microsoft Word or Apple Pages document.
This activity will have your students “looking up" in more ways than one!
BGI (Basic Ground Instructor) and
Instrument-Rated Private Pilot
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