Understanding chronology

29th November 2002 at 00:00
History game sites are like buses - none come for ages, then they all arrive at once. The latest launch is based on Play your Cards Right (we recently brought you Walk the Plank) and is an interactive online game designed by history teacher Russel Tarr. He created it to "help students get their heads around chronology", and he invites other teachers to submit their own timelines to add to the game. You can see his work at www.activehistory.co.ukgamesbruceycards.html

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