The Wright Brothers


The facts

My aviators are Wilbur and Orville Wright. Orville wright was born in 1871 and died in 1912 and Wilbur wright was born in 1867 and died in 1912. Their personalities were very creative. Both were not married, had a sister named Katherine, and were fascinated with the idea of flying, and made their plane in 1903. They both went to highschool together Wilbur 4 years of highschool and Orville 3 years of high school. Orville was a printer/publisher/bicycle retailer/airplane inventor. orville entered this field because he had a fascination of flight. They were recognized for building the world's first successful airplane. Wilbur died in dayton Ohio on may 30 1912 at the age of 45. Orville died in dayton january 30 1948 at the age 76. Both Wilbur and Orville wright are dead because they are not working on new projects because they are not alive people today think the Wright brothers changed history by flying the first airplane. Their hopes were for people to fly around the world, to take their basic flying ideas and make them better.

Big Ideas

Big Ideas

They are famous because they built the first airplane.Their contribution was inventing the first airplane. It would change history because no one would fly airplane's today.

Inferences arthur and you

the Wright Brothers entered the field because they were long fascinated with the idea of flight. They were famous because they built and invented the first airplane. The ideas that got them to build the airplane was they needed controls to steer the airplane and this made the airplane safer.

synthesis evaluation

If the Wright Brothers weren't born flight wouldn't be invented and people wouldn't fly to far places.

Quotable Quotes: choose two quotes for your aviator

We had a ''Richard'' hand anemometer with which we measured the velocity of the wind.

''A short life of consequences. An unfailing intellect, imperturbable temper, great self-reliance and as great modesty, seeing the right clearly, pursuing it steadfastly, he lived and died.