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AIM: How can we use timelines as a tool for studying history?. Do now: Fill in the blanks. A Decade = \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ years A Millennium =\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ years A Century= \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_years. 10. 1,000. 100.

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AIM: How can we use timelines as a tool for studying history?

Do now: Fill in the blanks.

A Decade = _____________ years

A Millennium =____________ years

A Century= ____________years

10

1,000

100

HW: Create a timeline of your life, labeling 10 important events of your life. Select one event that you feel is the most significant, and explain why.

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*NOTES*

B.C. (before Christ) refers to the time period before Christ was born. It is also known as B.C.E. (Before the Common Era

A.D. (from the Latin words Anno Domini-meaning “in the year of our Lord”) refers to the years from the birth of Christ up to the present. Instead of A.D, many writers and historians now use C.E., meaning the “Common Era”.

How should present time (Sept 17, 2007) be identified? B.C. or A.D.?

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Directions: Create at timeline in your notebook. Put the events & dates in chronological order from the earliest to the most recent. (5 minutes)

500 B.C. Persian Wars begin

520 A.D Mohammed the Prophet is born

1800 B.C. Hebrews migrate to Egypt

1291 A.D. Crusades end

1760 B.C. Shang Family rules China

1993 A.D. YOU WERE BORN

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1800 B.C.

1760 B.C.

500 B.C.

520 A.D.

1291 A.D.

1993 A.D.

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EVENTS IN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY

First Crusaders Invade the Holy Land

(events)

Constantinople is taken by Turks

Abbasid Caliphate is founded

Mohammed is born

Crusades end

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520

750

1096

1291

1453

(dates)

How many years are covered by the timeline?

What event happened first: the fall of Constantinople or the invasion of the Holy Land in the 1st Crusade?

Between which two events on the timeline would you place the destruction of Baghdad by the Mongols in 1258?

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SAMPLE MULTIPLE CHOICE

Which groups of dates is arranged in correct chronological order?

B. 123 B.C., 124 B.C., 18 B.C., 1985 A.D.

C. 37 B.C., 38 B.C., 98 A.D., 1995 A.D.

D. 557 A.D., 234 B.C., 56 A.D., 22 B.C.

A. 567 B.C., 214 B.C., 567 A.D., 1865 A.D.

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