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Grade 1 3-3

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Oklahoma Academic Standard 3. The student will examine important events and historical figures in the nation’s past.

Objective 3.3 Read and construct basic timelines to understand the chronology of events in history.

In a Nutshell

Students should deepen their basic understanding of chronology and historical sequencing by creating their own timelines of events from the lives of historic individuals or groups, using examples from the community’s, state’s, or nation’s past. Students should also develop their skills at identifying simple cause-effect relationships between two or more events on basic timelines.   

Teacher Action 

Student Action 

  • Assist students in generating possible reasons for an event or development in the past in order to develop an understanding of causal relationships versus chronological relationships.  

  • Make simple timelines to identify immediate cause-effect relationships from given information. 

Key Concepts 


  • sequence of events versus causal relationship

  • purpose and use of timelines 

  • Some students may mistakenly draw the conclusion that one event following another chronologically indicates a causal relationship.

  •  Some students may not realize that all events on any given timeline are not necessarily related. 

Instructional Resources

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