Making History Modules - Continuity & Change




Introducing Continuity and Change: Students analyze basic concepts of continuity and change through a personal timeline and community mapping exercise.


Content Application

Each of these scaffolds can be customized to support your unit of study while reinforcing the historical thinking concept.  


Continuity and Change Graphic Organizer

Timeline Activity

Examples: 1920-1940 US Timeline,  Elementary School Lesson 


Culminating Project

Oral Interview: This project allows students to interview a community member about their experiences, particularly focusing continuities and changes they have observed or experienced.


Connection to Local History

Continuity and Change in Your Community: In this activity, students find examples of continuity and change in their own communities.


Teaching Reflection

Making History Teaching Reflection: Use this as a tool to refine and revise teaching strategies within this module.