Chronology

Chronology

HISTORY SKILLS Year 7 Term 1 , Module 1 - TIME Mrs Smith Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. TASK - Put the following words into order shortest to longest second century

hour decade year week month millennium day minute How is time divided up? Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD.

To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. decade 100 years century 1000 years week 10 years millennium 365 days year 7 days

Historians often talk about years as being BC or AD. This is another way of dividing time. This is a way of making large amounts of time easier to think about when learning History. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological Year 0 - (BC)

when Jesus was born +(AD) 2012 years 500 years 500 BC 100 BC 100 AD Year 0 Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries.

500 AD 2000 AD2012 AD NOW! when Jesus was born AD years move forward in time from 0 until you reach today. TTYP BC years move backwards in time starting from 0. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries.

To position events into chronological order. 9th September 201 Dividing up Time - Before The year Jesusor is born is called 0. After AD means Anno Domini (Latin and means - the year of our Lord) The years go _ _ since Jesus was born meaning the year now is _ _ _ _ _ _. BC means B_ _ _ _ _ _ Christ, and it refers to any year _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the birth of Jesus. For example 67BC 54BC vity 1 Complete your timeline with the following dates. 200AD 140BC +(AD) - (BC) 1650AD

1880AD 390BC 1988AD 2012 AD NOW! 500BC Year 0 when Jesus was born Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological

Activity 2 put this list of years in order starting with the most recent date first. 2008AD 54BC 33AD 2008BC 1008AD 10,000BC 0 410BC Activity 3 put this list of years in order starting with the oldest date first. 2008AD 0 123BC 2010BC 2001AD

22BC 72AD 1599AD Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. How are centuries named? Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD.

To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. We are living in the 21st century. This is because it is the 21st century after Jesus was born in year 0. This is because . . . The year 0 to 99AD were the First Century. The years 100AD to 199AD were the Second Century. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC a To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological ord

This means that . . . Activity 4 put this list of years into the correct century. 2008AD 950AD 33AD 1968AD 1789AD 1066AD 1848AD 54BC 410AD 1472AD Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD.

To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. 21ST Century 10th Century 1st Century 20th Century 18th Century 11th Century 19th Century 1st Century BC 5th Century 15th Century Chronology __ . . . . . . . . What is Chronology ? Learning Objectives

To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. Chronology is the study of when things happened. Events are put into the order of when they happened. This is called Chronological Order By putting things in chronological order we can discover interesting things about an event. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time.

To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To understand a story you must know what order things happened in. In history you can make up very different stories by changing the order in which things happened. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. What is Chronology? To understand a story you must know what order things happened in.

In history you can make up very different stories by changing the order in which things happened. Learning Objectives To To To To identify key terms describing time. describe the difference between BC and AD. give names to centuries. position events into chronological order. In history you can make up very different stories by changing the order in which things happened. Activity 5 Put these events into chronological order.

Write the information in Chronological Order on your page. Battle Of Hastings - 1066 Romans invade Britain 43AD Great fire of London - 1666 Queen Victoria is born - 1819 King Charles was executed - 1649 London hosts Olympic Games 2012 Elizabeth became Queen 1952 Henry became King - 1509 London Bombings

2005Learning Objectives Michael Jackson dies - American Terrorist Attack - Industrial Revolution begins - To position events into chronologica order. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. century millennium decade year week Learning Objectives

To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. century millennium decade year week AD years move forward in time from 0 until you reach today. BC years move backwards in time starting from 0. Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. century millennium decade year week The year 163AD AD years move forward in time from 0 until you reach

today. BC years move backwards in time starting from 0. is in the ______ Century The year 1972AD is in the ______ The year Century 1043AD is in Learning Objectives To identify key terms describing time. To describe the difference between BC and AD. To give names to centuries. To position events into chronological order. century millennium decade year week The year 163AD AD years move forward in time from 0 until you reach

today. BC years move backwards in time starting from 0. Chronology is the study of when things happened. is in the ______ Century The year 1972AD is in the ______ The year Century 1043AD is in HOMEWORK Due in ________ You are to complete the timeline of your childhood memories, giving a brief description about most years of your life The Timeline of my Life by Mrs Smith

HOMEWORK Due in Year you were born 1972 I was born at Shrewsbu ry hospital 1977 I started at Hazel-Slade Primary School. 1983 ________ 1988

I started at Kingsmead High School. I left school and started at Stafford College. You are to complete the timeline of your childhood memories, giving a brief description about most years of your life 1991 1993 1995 1994 I got I gave birth married to my first I gaveson.

birth to my second son. 1996 Became Restaurant Manager at the Hollies Hotel I left home. My first holiday abroad to Turkey. 1998 2000 Returned to University to

study 2004 Graduated from Uni and began to work in 2005 I gave birth to my third 2012 Today I began working at WWAC Activity 5 Put these events into chronological order. Cut out the picture and write the information underneath as they are glued into Chronological Order. Battle Of Hastings - 1066 Romans invade Britain 43AD Great fire of London - 1666 Queen

Victoria is born - 1819 King Charles was executed - 1649 London hosts Olympic Games 2012 Michael Jackson dies - Elizabeth became Queen 1952 American Terrorist Attack - Henry became King - 1509 London Bombings 2005 Industrial Revolution begins -

Year you were born HOMEWORK Due in ________ You are to complete the timeline of your childhood memories, giving a brief description about most years of your life Today

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