During the school year, Wakefield High School will only offer World History as an honors-level course. Successful students will understand how historical forces have shaped our world and continue to influence our present and future.
On-Line for the School Year Teacher: Auditing spots are still available. Please contact me if you have questions about auditing.
The course takes on the incredible task of touring all of world history from 8, BC to the early 21st Century. We will make sense of this content by organizing content both chronologically and thematically in a way that develops historical thinking skills.
Our study of major world civilizations will include analysis of their development, contact among these societies through warfare or commerce and comparisons of political, cultural and economic characteristics.
Additional readings include primary source documents, internet research and articles that supplement the main textbooks.
Students are encouraged to use novels, videos, historic sites, and hands-on projects to enhance their learning experience.
Extra credit assignments are strongly encouraged to further engage students and enhance their understanding of course material! Students and their parents should understand that the reading and writing component is significant.
Regular weekly requirements will include but not be limited to: Additional monthly requirements such as essays in the style of the AP World History exam essays and creative research fun!
The course will have an interactive website where students will post essays and questions, participate in discussions, and respond to postings by classmates. Students are highly encouraged to participate on the website and benefit from the community of learning that we will develop.
This is an exciting, fun, but very challenging course. Please read through my class reviews to get a sense of this from my former parents and students.
The class will have a lively website with many ways for students to interact with one another, debate issues, react and respond to one another through essays, Historical Time Period Dinner Parties, take quizzes, listening to history lectures and watching videos, and much more.
Our site also has resources to valuable resources which I curate from the web. The class website is password protected to insure privacy as the students learn together.
The website will be updated and ready for action by August 15, Parents are encouraged to check the website regularly and be involved.
After the exam, the student will receive an AP score which, if high enough, will give them college credit. The progress reports and grades will be very useful to show evaluators and include in a portfolio. General Objectives of the Class to study world history through a blend of chronological and thematic approaches.Participating in the AP Course Audit 5 AP World History Course Framework 7 Overview 7 Students will be given a choice among two options for the final required short-answer question, each one focusing on a different time period.
AP World History Course and Exam Description.
Montwood High School Course Syllabus: AP World History Course Description: This course provides an overview of human history from the early humans to the present times, with the emphasis on the study of significant people, events. Department: Social Studies Course Title: Advanced Placement World History Length: One week semester (Block Scheduling) Credit: One Course Overview: Advanced Placement World History is like no other class you have ever taken.
We will be looking at the history of the world via the examination of five time periods. In this class we will study 10, years of history over six continents. World History is a survey course required for high school graduation in North Carolina.
During the school year, Wakefield High School will only offer World History as an honors-level course. Course Syllabus for AP Macroeconomics Teacher: Mr.
Weigold, Room 6. You will have a midterm and a final in this course. These assessments will be the economic history, and examine major contemporary economic theories. AP Exam Review (Early May). AP World History Syllabus Resource & Lesson Plans Final Free Practice Test Instructions Choose your answer to the question and click 'Continue' to see how you did.
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