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AP World History

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AP World History: Modern

Mr. Codega and Mrs. Melvin

A.C. Flora High School

Columbia, SC

 

Questions?  Contact us at:

amanda.melvin@richlandone.org

john.codega@richlandone.org





Check out this link for helpful resources on the AP World History DBQs, LEQs, and SAQs

Lose your copy of the KEY CONCEPTS or want to use them as a study guide??? Click here!



CODEGA TEST CORRECTION DATES AND TIMES

MELVIN TEST CORRECTIONS DATES AND TIMES


AP EXAM REVIEW

10 Class Periods



UNIT on AP Classroom DUE DATE @ 11:45pm on
1 & 2  4/22 
4/24 
4/26 
4/30 
5/2 
5/6 
5/8 
9 5/10

 


REVIEW LINKS!!!!!



5/17 - 5/24

  • HOLD TIGHT ON TEXBOOKS -- we haven't heard what the deal is yet but as soon as I know, you'll know! 
  • Here is your FINAL EXAM!
    • You and a partner will create an AP World History Survival Guide for the rising 10th graders who are taking this class next year!
    • The goal here is to produce a document that will get future students ready to tackle this course.  It should include all of the following:
      1. A 1 page letter to incoming students -- think of it as an intro to the class.
      2. A bulleted list of things you wish knew (could be before / during the class / what I learned throughout the year -- really just depends on what your group comes up with.  These are EXAMPLES of things you can talk about) (x3 each) 
        1. For Reading Quizzes
        2. For Tests
        3. For the Notebook Checks
        4. For reviewing for the Exam 
        5. For Classroom Behavior  
      3. 1 page list of ANNOTATED helpful resources 
        • What does an annotation look like?  Its a 2 -3 sentence statement that accompanies each resource that provides a summary of the  resource and HOW it is helpful for the class (let's not just use what Codega/Melvin posted in the Review section please...)
          • Websites
          • Books (provide the amazon link if possible)
          • Videos (playlists are preferred)
      • 4. 6 AP memes
      1.  These should cover the following topics and should make sense to the rising students after these events:
        1. 1st Day of APWH
        2. Before the first test
        3. After the first test
        4. Winter Break
        5. Exam Review
        6. After the APWH exam 
      2. https://imgflip.com/memegenerator
      3. https://www.kapwing.com/meme-maker
      4. https://www.iloveimg.com/meme-generator 
    • A rubric will be posted next week
  • THIS PROJECT WILL BE SAVED AS A .pdf and SUBMITTED BY 5/22 for A-Day and by 5/123 for B-DAY

HOMEWORK

  • Remember to return your textbook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

 

5/15 & 5/16

  • The TEST / the aftermath!
  • Take it easy and get ready for the final project!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

5/13 & 5/14 (10)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • All Units!

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • Review for the AP World History exam

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • Let's talk about TEST DAY!
    • YOU NEED TO REPORT TO IN FRONT OF THE NEW GYM NO LATER THAN 7:45 AM!

      • Please please please DO NOT arrive late and make EVERYONE ELSE wait on you

        • A bonus of arriving early is that you'll get a parking spot, you'll avoid the stress of rushing to school, and you'll be more at ease for the test (and once again, THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF PARKING!)

      • Make sure you go to bed EARLY the night before the test...this is NOT a time to cram!
      • Get up early, have a GOOD BREAKFAST, and make sure you leave plenty of time to get to school. 
      • Pack a water bottle and some snacks! 
      • What can you do the night before the test? 
    • The Exam itself
      • *This is all subject to whatever pandemic we are currently in… 

HOMEWORK

  • Get some good rest and be ready to crush this exam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

5/9 & 5/10 (9)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • All Units!

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • Review for the AP World History exam

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • It's practice test time! 55 questions in 55 minutes just like the real thing in less than 5 days...
  • Now  we are going to DEBRIEF the test and create a last minute study guide for your weekend studying!
  • IF TIME
    • We'll talk about the DBQ you wrote on Friday / Monday
    • We might do this Monday / Tuesday depending on how much time is left in class but fear not, they are all graded! 

HOMEWORK

  • AP CLASSROOM!!!!!!!!!!!
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5/7 & 5/8 (8)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • ALL Units of the AP World History curriculum 

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • demonstrate knowledge of the key events of Units 1-9

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • BELL WORK
    • SAQ 2A, B, & C
    • You'll have 13 minutes
      • PAY ATTENTION TO THE COMMAND TERMS (identify or explain).  Either way they need to be complex sentences!
  • Next we'll review the BIG events of the course and sort them by TIME PERIOD!
  • IF TIME
    • Do a Quizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz or a something
    • Or work on AP classroom! 

HOMEWORK

 

5/3 & 5/6 (7)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • the APWH Document Based Question (DBQ)

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • demonstrate the skills necessary for a high score on the APWH DBQ

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • No Bell Work today!
  • We'll DBQ
    • On the real test you'll have 60 minutes (suggested) for the DBQ
      • 15 minutes of reading time and 45 minutes of writing time (again, suggested)
    • **BEWARE**
      • For the second half of the exam you'll have 1 hour 40 minutes total but THEY WILL NOT TELL YOU WHEN TO STOP THE DBQ AND START THE LEQ.  You'll just have to keep an eye on time and make sure you write ALL OF THE ESSAYS!
    • After you are finished with the essay:
      • Underline the HC
      • Highlight the THESIS
      • HIGHLIGHT where you introduce each document (this should be SMALL!)
      • Underline your ANALYSIS of each document
      • Put a BOX around your HIPP STATEMENTS
      • Put BRACKETS around your [OUTSIDE EVIDENCE]  
    • And we'll take a look at the Albert score calculator -- it's just a rough guide that I think is a bit harder than the actual cut off scores but it'll help give you an idea of where you are with just a few days leading up to the exam!
  • When we are done with this it's AP CLASSROOM TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HOMEWORK

 

 

5/1 & 5/2 (6)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • Units7, 8, 9 of the AP World History curriculum 

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • demonstrate knowledge of Units 7,8,9

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • BELL WORK
    • SAQ 1A, B, & C
    • You'll have 13 minutes
      • PAY ATTENTION TO THE COMMAND TERMS (identify or explain).  Either way they need to be complex sentences!
  • Next we'll look at a quick review of Units 7,8, & 9 via another review quilt!
    • Please don't lose any of the pieces!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Finally, we'll do a Unit 9 Quizizz 
  • And maybe a Unit 8 one too 

HOMEWORK

  • Work on your AP Classroom assignments!  Next set is due 5/2 @ 11:45pm
  • Spend 15-30 minutes / day studying for the test -- it'll help!  We promise!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

4/29 & 4/30 (5)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • Units 5 & 6 of the AP World History curriculum 

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • demonstrate knowledge of Units 5 & 6

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • Bell work -- let's do the last set #s 53-55
  • We head outside!
    • You will get a portion of the CED (that's the document with all of the Key Concepts and stuff)
      • Using sidewalk chalk, capture the main ideas of the topic (ex - 5.1 The Enlightenment) in only pictures -- no words.
      • Be ready to talk about it like a human being / present what you did to the rest of the class!
    • If we have time

HOMEWORK

  • Work on your AP Classroom assignments!  Next set is due 4/30 @ 11:45pm
  • Spend 15-30 minutes / day studying for the test -- it'll help!  We promise!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

 

4/25 & 4/26 (4) -- 1/2 day for you B-Day folks!

LEQ!

 

4/23 & 2/24 (3)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • Units 3 & 4

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • Review Units 3 & 4 content for the AP World History exam

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • Bell work -- let's do the next set of 4! #a 46-49
  • Then it's on to another SAQ -- this time about Units 3 & 4
    • You'll have 12 minutes!
  • Then we'll have a review of Units 3 & 4
    • Autopsy of an Empire activity (like a combo of the dictator thing and the Mumpire activity)
      • We're going to take a look at the major empires on land, sea, and the Americas in the period 1450-1750!
      • You'll need to complete a total of THREE autopsies using this template.
        • Autopsy #1 - Land (Pick One)
          • Safavid
          • Qing
          • Russian
          • Mughal 
          • Ottomans 
        • Autopsy #2 - Maritime (Pick One)
          • Spain
          • Portugal
          • The Netherlands
          • Britain  
        • Autopsy #3 - The Americas (Pick One)
          • Mayan
          • Inca
          • Aztecs 
      • You're looking at the big picture here - don't get bogged down in the details.
        • For the obituary - write how awesome this empire was, all the great stuff they did, why they matter
        • For the autopsy - explain why they declined or disappeared
        • For the image - draw a person that would represent this empire. (Let's keep it appropriate and respectful, kids. Melvin and Codega don't put up with disrespecting others you should know that by now...) 
      • Where do you find info?

HOMEWORK

  • Unit 3 AP Classroom Progress Check is due Wednesday at 11:45pm! 

 

4/19 & 4/22 (2)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • All Units!

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • Review for the AP World History exam

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • It's practice test time! 55 questions in 55 minutes just like the real thing in less than 25 days...
  • Now let's try an SAQ.
    • Pick ONE! 3 OR 4
    • You have 13 minutes. Good luck!   

HOMEWORK

  • Make sure you know your AP Classroom / College Board Login Info
    • It's the same thing
    • Your Unit 1 & 2 Multiple Choice practice is due at 11:45 pm on 4/22

 

4/17 & 4/18 (1)

LEARNING INTENTIONS

  • Students will learn about
    • All Units 1 and 2 Topics 

SUCCESS CRITERIA -- "I can..."

  • Review for the AP World History exam -- Units 1 & 2

CLASS ACTIVITIES 

  • Bell Work
    • The next 2 sets 
  • Then we'll debrief the test you just took
  • PAY ATTENTION TO WHY THE CORRECT ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER!
  • Finally we'll do a pretty fun activity that, while a bit specific, should help unearth some of the information from the crinkles of your brain...

HOMEWORK

  • Make sure you know your AP Classroom / College Board Login Info
    • It's the same thing
    • Your Unit 1 & 2 Multiple Choice practice is due at 11:45 pm on 4/22
      • These will be posted this afternoon after Codega and Melvin meet about it 4th block Wednesday!

 

 



Miss something from a prior unit?

Units 1 & 2 

Units 3 & 4

Units 5 & 6

Units 7, 8, & 9

Review


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