This program aims at upper elementary students who will examine Churchill's world from his travels, which included four continents before he reached age 25. Students will follow his travels throughout his life, locate the countries impacted by his leadership, and, with a future focus, isolate cities named in the Sinews of Peace speech and follow their history from 1946 to today.
This program asks middle school students to examine the role technology played Churchill's world as it evolved in the face of war, including the Cold War. Divided into teams, students examine the impact of improved technologies and innovations on Churchill's world. Analyzing the use of technologies, Churchill's leadership in three wars will be examined.
This program, engages high school students in following the voice and actions of Churchill as a leader, focusing on his allies and enemies through three wars. Students will better understand how a leader gathers evidence from his past experiences and uses it to help shape the world's future.
All experiences will also focus on how a speech at Westminster College made 60 years ago still impacts our lives today.
Several overarching goals support the Churchill Museum's curriculum. After completion, students should: