Step 1: Select 30 items, items being significant people, movements and/or events, from any of the readings for this lesson, past lessons, or from outside sources.
Address the following for each item:
- Name of Item
- Thorough Description
- Significance of the Item – Why does it matter?
- Image – Optional – This would add to the aesthetics score in the rubric.
- Cite any outside information used. A simple link to your source will suffice. This can go either in the Justifications document (see Step 3 below) or in the Timeline Entry itself.
BOOK LINK: https://books.google.com/books?id=xuLSxbn7DSUC&pri… (Pages 90-170)
PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT SAMPLE AND COMPLETE LIKE THE SAMPLE FORMAT PLEASE!