Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Amelia Eharhart





Halel Eilon & Yehudit Rosenzwaig.

Neve Chana 2012







Identity Card






Full Name: Amelia Mary Earhart.

Parents’ Names:
Samuel‍Edw‍in Stanton Earhat & Amilia "Amy" Otis Earhart.
Year of Birth: July 24, 1897–disappeared 1937.

Where Born: Atchison, Kansas.


Profession: squadronandauthor.

What s/he is famous for:
Amilia Earhart is famous because she was the first women to cross the Atlantic ocean by herself.

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Biography:


Amelia Earhart was born on July 27th 1897, in Atchiston, Kansas. Her parents were Samuel Edwin Stanton Earhat & Amilia"Amy" Otis Earhart. Amilia was famous because she was the first women to cross the Atlantic Ocean by herself. Amelia disappeared in 1937 over the Atlantic Ocean.
Amelia decided to be a squadron when she was in fair held in Toronto. She was flying in airplane and she loved that.
She said:" I didn't understand it at the time. But I believe that little red airplane said something to me as it swished by."
Her first flying was on December 28 1920, during a trip with her father, Frank Hawks gave her a ride that changed her life. After that she started to learn to fly and work on it. In addition Amelia was a author.
One of her famous hem:" Never disturb a person to do something that you said can't be done."
She was afraid of to lost her way, and to lose control on the airplane.
During her life Amelia met a lot of difficult, one of them was that she was the first women to show that way to the world, and there was a lot of people doesn't believe her. In addition to be a squadron is a lot of physically hard work. In the 7 February Amelia got married with Samuel Chapman, lawyer from Boston.
Amelia was a brave pilot. Amelia was curious. Amelia was competitive. Amelia wanted to prove a point. She wanted to prove that anyone can fly. She wanted to prove that women can be pilots. She realized her dream. She was the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was the first woman to dare to fulfill her dream. She wanted to be the first to circle the world and come back successfully.

Did she succeed? Did she make it? Did she realize her dream? Unfortunately, she didn't. She never found the boat marking her destination. She never landed on the island. She never refueled.Where is she? We don't know. Some people think she may still be alive. Others are sure she is dead. No matter who is right, she still sends us a message. It isn't a radio message, but a message to all youngsters.
Keep dreaming. You must follow your dream. Don't be afraid to realize it.
We pray and hope that our young pilots will have a better story than Amelia's. We are calling this academy "The Amelia Earhart Pilot Academy" so that they carry on her dream.


Interview:


1.When did you decide to be a squadron?

I decided to be a squadron when I was in fair held in Toronto. I was flying in airplane and I love that.

I said: "I did not understand it at the time, but I believe that little red airplane said something to me as it swished by."



2. When did you fly for the first time?


On December 28, 1920, during a trip with my father, Frank Hawks gave me a ride that changed my life. After that I started to learn to fly and work on it.


3. How did you feel when you flew the first time?

When I flew the first time I felt close to G-d. I found my mission, my wish came true. She said: "By the time I had got two or three hundred feet off the ground," she said, "I knew I had to fly."



4. What did you do besides your flying?


Besides the flying I am an author. I'm like to write. One of my famous lines: " Never disturb a person who is doing something that you said can't be done."


5.How do you feel as the first woman squadron?


I feel very powerful, I feel I can do anything because until than just men were squadron and I broke the rule.


6.What did you try to prove?


I tried to prove to the world that women can do anything like men, I want to prove that you can make your wish come true, and I want to make social equality


7.What were you afraid of, when planning the flight?

I was afraid to lose my way, and to lose control on the airplane.


8.What were the difficulties you met?

I was the first woman to show that way and there was a lot of people who don't believe me. To be a squadron is hard work.


9.When and whom did you marry?


In the 7 February I married with Samuel Chapman, a lawyer from Boston. Samuel published my book, and made sports clothes with her pictures. Me and Samuel spent a lot of time together and to love.


10. What message do you have for other women who want to succeed?
I want to say to the other women that the sky is the limit. We can do anything. We need to fight to realize our dream, we deserve it.






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Speech:
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Today we open our new pilot school. Here we hope to train new pilots and give them a good beginning. We hope to have brave and adventurous pilots who will grow up on the legend of Amelia Earhart.
Amelia was a brave pilot. Amelia was curious. Amelia was competitive. Amelia wanted to prove a point. She wanted to prove that anyone can fly. She wanted to prove that women can be pilots. She realized her dream. She was the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was the first woman to dare to fulfill her dream. She wanted to be the first to circle the world and come back successfully.
Did she succeed? Did she make it? Did she realize her dream? Unfortunately, she didn't. She never found the boat marking her destination. She never landed on the island. She never refueled.
Where is she? We don't know. Some people think she may still be alive. Others are sure she is dead. No matter who is right, she still sends us a message. It isn't a radio message, but a message to all youngsters.
Keep dreaming. You must follow your dream. Don't be afraid to realize it.

Rationale:

The teacher chose to write about woman of valor.
We chose to write about Amelia Earhart. Amelia was the first woman squadron. We chose to write about her because she was a powerful woman that made a change in the world. She showed every one that women are stronger. In addition we want to write about her because she shows us that we can realize our dreams no matter what are the difficulties.
Our teacher from last year recommends writing about Amelia, and we love that subject because it was interesting and.


Reflection:


We learn about Amelia that she was a powerful women that make her decision. We learn from her personality that if you want to do something, you have the power to do it, and that "The sky is the limit."
The working on this project improve are

  1. summarizing skills.
  2. writing skills.
  3. vocabulary level.
The difficult that we met: first we didn't knew what subject to chose. After that we didn't understand all the word in the text. In addition it was hard to take all the material and to summarize it.
We have enough time to the paper. The teacher help us so much. We understand the instructions. The assignments clear and fair.
We enjoy working this project because we work together and we learn about important people, and wonderful woman that realize her dream.
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