What are Timelines?
Whether you study history or science, there could be times when you would find yourself confused on specific dates. A scientist could come up with a formula, and memorizing its date could be a hassle for you. In such a setting, timelines come in handy.
A regular timeline usually looks like a regular line with dates available on either side. Take the picture below as an example.
These timelines help us in memorizing dates. All you have to do is write these dates in sequential order – from start to beginning in the same format as the picture. The process of learning dates becomes easier for you in this manner.
4 Full Detail Event Horizontal
This is a different wy of spreading out your thoughts.
A common object that can be used to describe relationships that have some layer of protection for a single case.
3 Over 2
This is the way to go about taking apart events that fit into 2 different themes or just 5 separate events.
6 Event Open Timeline
This is used when you have a great deal to write about something.
This has almost too many applications to list. You can apply this to just about anything.
I use this when I am attempting to explain events that lead to actions.
Standard 7 Events
This is better at keeping it simple. Just list the event and a one sentence explanation.
This helps you explain all of the leading factors to a concept.
8 Step Ladder
I seen this work as descending or ascending series of events. It can work either way.
Open Vertical Right
This is free work organizer that you can manipulate any way you would like.
Triple Line Left
I find this helpful when looking at reasons, climaxes, and outcomes of singular events such as wars or conflicts.