…..but FIRST, let us reveal yesterday’s ‘Who Am I’ ….
Monday’s Amazing Person was, SAMUEL MORSE! Samuel Morse was an Artist and Inventor. Samuel Morse was a talented artist and is of course known for developing Morse code.
As an artist, he painted influential figures including President John Adams and was the artist of pieces including Dying Hercules. Be inspired by this multi-talented man as his story is brought to you in a unique and engaging way through his BioView®.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING – Want to learn more about other Artists and Inventors and improve your English? Harper Collins has introduced our amazing titles in their ELT Readers. They not only assist students and adults to advance their English skills, but they also provide valuable history lessons. These titles are EDUCATIONAL, FACTUAL HISTORY stories in the form of unique BioViews® about exceptional people like Mark Twain and Florence Nightingale. Harper Collins also offers great FREE RESOURCES for Teachers and Students. Meet other amazing ARTISTS and INVENTORS and improve your English skills.
NOW TO TODAY’S CHALLENGE!
Tuesday – WHO AM I?
- My surname begins with the letter ‘A’
- I was born in France
- Married when I was 21
- Assisted the French Resistance during WWII
- Obtained my pilot’s licence when I was 31
- I was injured when a seaplane crashed into the Seine River
- Qualified as a helicopter pilot
- In 1950, I gained a military pilot’s license
- I set speed records
- Broke the sound barrier
- Was awarded four Harmon Trophies
- Flew the supersonic Concorde
- I died aged 82
Who am I?
Make sure you see us at Amazing People Education tomorrow to find out AND take on the next ‘who am I’ challenge beginning with the next letter ‘R’.
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