Daily Lessons for Teaching Shadow Divers: The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World Wa...

Robert Kurson
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Objective: Chapter 1, introduced Bill Nagle, a legend in shipwreck diving. The objective of this lesson is to discuss Bill Nagle.

1) Writing Assignment: Write a paragraph or two describing Nagle in 1991. How old was Nagle in 1991? Where did Nagle spend much of his time in 1991? What did Nagle look like? What type of a salesman had he been?

2) Partner Discussion: What did Nagle like to do? Why did he start a business? What type of a business did he have? How did he treat his customers? Why didn't his business do well? Why didn't his business mesh with his interest in shipwreck diving?

3) Class Discussion: How old was Nagle when he became a legend in shipwreck diving? Why did it take an adventurer to shipwreck dive when Nagle began? Did Nagle fit that criteria? What was Nagle's motivation for shipwreck diving? What value did Nagle find in the...

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