Organizing Information - Social Studies Examples

History is all about putting things in chronological order. But so is geography, since land ownership, content and even location changes over time. There was a time when forests covered most of North America, and a time when coal was used by the British as their main source of energy. Following specific events in time order helps us to see patterns and make sense of changes. It also helps us identify how things in the past have led to the world we have today. Let's try some examples!  
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Information organization by date. Which list includes events from the 1800's (1800-1899)?
First Airplane Flight, World War I, The Great Depression
The Civil War, French-Indian War, Louisiana Purchase
Louisiana Purchase, California Gold Rush, Mexican-American War
None of the above
 
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Information organization by location. Which of these lists of cities are located in Greece?
Lyon, Marseille, Lille and Bordeaux
Athens, Patra, Piraeus, Larisa and Salonica
Rome, Milan, Naples, Genoa and Venice
None of the above
 

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