An accelerated lecture course intended to introduce students to college-level work and expectations. Familiarizes students with the significant events and issues of American history and develops the process of critical analysis necessary to interpret these facts. The course covers the major historical periods of United States history from 1492 to the present, and students will be expected to grasp basic factual knowledge and related themes. In addition, students will be exposed to historical debate on selected issues, focusing on areas of disagreement among historians. Critical thinking and essay writing skills will be strengthened throughout this challenging course. Participants may take the Advanced Placement Exam in May for college credit. (Prerequisite: Refer to “Advanced Placement Policy” on page 19)
Attached are four documents to be used as a study guide for the APUSH Final Exam.
The test will be 80 multiple choice taken directly from the 300 questions on the Word doc below. In addition, you will have several short essay responses of the 30 essay questions on the Word doc. Also attached are three DBQs. You will be given one of the three to respond to in a COMPLETE essay.
Be sure you have a new Scantron, at least 3 clean sheets of paper, pens, and pencils.
Print out the attached "2005B Free Response Questions" Only print out the DBQ section and bring to class for your essay section of your Chapter 15 quiz. Please noticed the additional attached documents (scoring commentary and guidelines). Review them in preparation for your essay.
Also attached is the objective study guide for Chapter 15.
Review Chapter 10 Study Guide. Notice the answers to the 80 objective questions at the end of the document. Twenty of the questions will appear on the quiz Monday. Please be able to respond in a concise manner to the 14 short answer questions at the end of the document. You will be assessed on one or more of the questions.
Captains, go to the attached docurment, copy the page with your groups question, and digitalize your response in 14 point Times New Roman bullet points. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org your final product. Make sure your answer is all on one sheet. Due by Saturday 8pm.
2. Actively read Chapter 9. Take notes as you progress through the chapter. By Sunday 12 noon I will have the typed responses to the 9 review questions you have to know for the essay section of your test. Also below is an attached Lecture PowerPoint for Chapter 9.
Please review the attached Chapter 8 Lecture PowerPoint. Also, attached is a free response question from the 2008 APUSH EXAM. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the rubric and content support. Also, be sure to read the sample responses and the AP GRADER comments at the end of the documents.
Next class there will be a short objective quiz on Chapter 8. There also might be a written essay assignment/assessment as well.