KMS Coaches' Corner

 

Here are some Internet sites that allow you (and of course your students!) to create time lines.  What a great possibility for students to creatively exhibit their mastery of a sequence.  This can be an event or era in history, a biography, a plan, or something that I haven't thought of yet!  Most also allow embedded images or even videos.  Feel free to add other sites you know of.

Timetoast

Mnemograph  remember, plan, learn

Xtimeline


Cara
9/21/2008 08:47:59

Here's another one... http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/materials/timelines/
You have to scroll down a little bit.)

What uses can you guys think of for a timeline in your subject area?

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9/23/2008 22:05:23

devin goenner has created a website for the teachers!! Check it out!

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bridgette reese
9/23/2008 22:06:54

here is the website (oops)
kmsstudents.smfforfree3.com

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Bernard Waugh
9/25/2008 02:28:24

OK, so I know this is overstating the obvious for SS, but since we study such a wide range of areas, it may be beneficial when we get to regions to plot major dates on a timeline. By comparing timelines, or merging them for various regions, students could get a more well rounded idea of the chronology of history.

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