QUESTION OF THE WEEK
How can we create a historical record of important events?
What will students do this week?
Compare and analyze different types of timeline sources
Explore timelines to learn about different types of historical sources
Create a “Timeline of Events” to represent important life events
What will students learn this week?
How different cultures have used timelines to document change over time
How timelines serve as primary and secondary sources
Each week is divided into five daily lessons, each posted on a separate webpage. Daily lessons should last about 20 minutes.
Take a tour of this week's inquiry.
Before your students get started, take a tour yourself and note the key learnings and areas where you might want to provide extra support.
Creating Historical Sources
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Decide if you want to use inquirED's handouts. If so, use the links below.
Remember, handouts are optional! Students only need paper and a writing utensil for each day's work.
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PDFs for Printing
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Decide if you want to have students dig deeper into the week's inquiry.
We've gathered resources and created tasks that you can add to each day's work to extend student learning. Find these weekly extensions on our blog!
Looking for Standards?
If you are an inquirED distance learning partner, we’ve made sure that each week’s inquiry aligns to your standards! Visit our district blog to find the standards you are addressing during each week’s inquiry.