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HistoryWorld provides very useful timelines for the history teacher and student.

First World War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Second World War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

British Empire

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Cold War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

American Civil War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

American Presidents

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

British Monarchs

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

British Prime Ministers

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Inventions and Discoveries

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

English Civil War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Hundred Years War

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Sports and Games

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Travel & Transport

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Commerce & Industry

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Film

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Theatre

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Painting and Drawing

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Literature

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

Migration

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...ewtext=extended

A full list can be found here:

http://www.timesearch.info/timesearch/defa...d=timeline_menu

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HistoryWorld provides very useful timelines for the history teacher and student

Interesting enough - any ideas how you would use these with a class of Year 9 students?

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HistoryWorld provides very useful timelines for the history teacher and student

Interesting enough - any ideas how you would use these with a class of Year 9 students?

Andy, hello again (3 years since Toulouse!) Our timelines aren't yet adapted specifically for school use. They are of value to both teachers and pupils alike only as a general resource, just like Wikipedia or anything else. However, we are trying to move towards developments of specific use as teaching tools, and want input from teachers as to what they would welcome. I will open a topic in the next few days on my blog (http://bamberontimelines.blogspot.com/) - and post a note here when it is done.

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HistoryWorld provides very useful timelines for the history teacher and student

Interesting enough - any ideas how you would use these with a class of Year 9 students?

Andy, hello again (3 years since Toulouse!) Our timelines aren't yet adapted specifically for school use. They are of value to both teachers and pupils alike only as a general resource, just like Wikipedia or anything else. However, we are trying to move towards developments of specific use as teaching tools, and want input from teachers as to what they would welcome. I will open a topic in the next few days on my blog (http://bamberontimelines.blogspot.com/) - and post a note here when it is done.

Hi Bamber

On closer inspection I can see a way of using these timelines in some of my online lessons which should drive traffic to your site. I'll post a "starter for ten" :lol: shortly.

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