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Create Active Learning with Timelines Timelines allow topics to be examined visually by graphically organizing and showcasing events. They allow for storytelling through a chronological narrative. Additionally, creating timelines requires students to determine the purpose and criteria for ordering, and can help students analyze the steps in a procedure according to cause-and-effect relationships. Creating a timeline can help students to accomplish Bloom’s applying level learning activities, aiding them in any implementation and execution of a plan. Even in the simplest form, putting events in sequence falls into the lower order understanding or remembering levels, but timelines can help learners hit those higher order thinking skills, as well.