This unit has been a lot of fun to put together, and I hope that it is useful to you as you teach your students about chronological order and timelines. I use this with my sixth and eighth graders, but I could see it being used with students in upper elementary (with guidance) and in high school (as remediation or review). Below you’ll find a moderate pacing for the unit (middle school).
I've also added in a bonus! A primary and secondary sources of information mini lesson and modified summative test with questions about the topic.
What’s in the folder?
Chronological Order Cornell Notes
Chronological Order Cornell Notes—Empty Template
Chronological Order Cornell Notes—Partially Complete
Chronological Order Vocabulary Notes
Chronological Order Vocabulary Notes Answer Key
Distinguishing Between Eras Worksheet
Timeline of My Life Project
Chronological Order Vocabulary Test
Chronological Order Summative Test
Primary and Secondary Sources of Information Worksheet
Summative test with Primary and Secondary Sources questions added