D3 AP World History Assignments

Joining Your AP Class: register an account with the College Board and join the Whitehaven AP World History class from the College Board Website.  Click the link below to access instructions on how to join your AP class.  Use this join code when prompted to do so:EPD7EZ  Due Friday, 8/16/19.

 

Summer Reading Assignment (Extra Credit)click the links below to access the summer reading assignment and a PDF of the book that was assigned to be read: A History of the World in 6 Glasses. Read the instructions carefully, read the book, complete the vocabulary list, and answer the analysis questions. Assignment due Monday 9/30.

 

Reading: Central and East Asia 400-1200 CE (NEW DUE DATE!!): click the link below to access the reading. Read the selection beginning on p. 3 of the file under the heading "Sui and Tang Empires, 581-755" and continue reading up to p. 22 of the file.  Take notes as you read in the two column note taking format; write the headings and sub-headings, and vocabulary terms you read from the chapter in the left column, write your notes and definitions that correspond to the headings and vocabulary terms in the right column.  After note-taking is complete, write a 2 to 3 paragraph summary of the material. Due Wednesday 9/04.

 

G.R.A.P.E.S Chapter Wrap Up (NEW DUE DATE!!)click the link below to access the G.R.A.P.E.S. guiding questions and graphic organizer.  After reading and completing note-taking from assigned readings (generally at the end of chapters), complete the G.R.A.P.E.S activity. Read the guiding questions provided and list and explain particular developments in accordance with the G.R.A.P.E.S. acronym (geography, religion, achievements, politics, economics, and social structures).  Address at least two guiding questions for each of the categories of the acronym (ex. address two guiding questions provided about the geography from the assigned reading, two guiding questions addressed about religion from the reading etc.).  Complete the G.R.A.P.E.S. Chapter Wrap Up for the most recent reading, Central and East Asia 400-1200 CE, by the start of class Wedenesday, 9/11.

 

AP World History Mapping Assignment (This assignment has been adjusted!! Be sure re-read all instructions and adhere to the new due date!!): click the first link below to access detailed instructions on how to complete you mapping assignment.  Click the second link to access a world outline map with which to complete your assignment. Please print your outline map on standars sized paper, if you don't have standard sized paper, see me and I can provide you with two sheets. Assignment due at the start of class Wednesday, 9/11.

 

Lecture Notes-Developments in East Asia 1200-1450: click the link below to view the presentation on Developments in East Asia 1200-1450.

 

Check For Understanding Questions-Deveopments in East Asia 1200-1450: click the first link below to access the check for understanding questions from the Developments in East Asia lecture notes.  Click the second link to access a PDF file containing the AP Historical Thinking Skills and Reasoning Processes used to answer certain check for understading questions; they can be found on p. 21-22 of the file. Due at the start of class Wednesday 9/11.

 

Flash Drive for Online Textbook: please purchase or obtain a flash drive, which will house your online textbook, by Wednesday 09/11/19.  Books will be transferred to students' flash drives; all reading assignments from this point foward will come from the online textbook.

 

Reading: The Worlds of Islam 600-1450 CE : Read the selection in the new Ways of the World e-book beginning on p. 477  to p. 508 of the file.  Take notes as you read in the two column note taking format; write the headings and sub-headings, and vocabulary terms you read from the chapter in the left column, write your notes and definitions that correspond to the headings and vocabulary terms in the right column.  After note-taking is complete, write a 2 to 3 paragraph summary of the material. Due Wednesday 9/18.

 

G.R.A.P.E.S Chapter Wrap Up: click the link below to access the G.R.A.P.E.S. guiding questions and graphic organizer.  Address at least two guiding questions for each of the categories of the acronym (ex. address two guiding questions provided about the geography from the assigned reading, two guiding questions addressed about religion from the reading etc.).  Complete the G.R.A.P.E.S. Chapter Wrap Up for the most recent reading, The Worlds of Islam 600-1450, by the start of class Wednesday, 9/25.

 

Lecture Notes-Developments in Dar Al Islam 1200-1450: click the link below to view the presentation on Developments in Dar Al Islam 1200-1450.

 

Check For Understanding Questions-Deveopments in Dar Al Islam 1200-1450: click the first link below to access the check for understanding questions from the Developments in Dar Al Islam.  Click the second link to access a PDF file containing the AP Historical Thinking Skills and Reasoning Processes used to answer certain check for understading questions; they can be found on p. 21-22 of the file. Due at the start of class Friday 9/27.

 

Reading: Sea Roads as a Catalyst for Change: Southeast Asia: Read the selection in the new Ways of the World e-book beginning on p. 394 to p. 398 of the file beginning under the sub-heading Sea Roads as a Catalyst for Change: Southeast Asia, and ending where the sub-heading Sea Roads as a Catalyst for Change: East Afica appears.  Take notes as you read in the two column note taking format; write the headings and sub-headings, and vocabulary terms you read from the chapter in the left column, write your notes and definitions that correspond to the headings and vocabulary terms in the right column.  After note-taking is complete, write a 1 to 2 paragraph summary of the material. Due Wednesday 10/02.

 

 

Worlds of Islam SAQ's: click the link below to access the SAQ's for the Worlds of Islam reading.  Due Wednesday 10/02.

 

 

Lecture Notes-Developments in South and Southeast Asia 1200-1450: click the link below to view the presentation on Developments in South and Southeast Asia 1200-1450.

 

Check For Understanding Questions-Deveopments in South and SE Asia 1200-1450: click the first link below to access the check for understanding questions from the Developments in South and SE Asia.  Due at the start of class Friday 10/11.

 

Reading:  “Along the Niger River: Cities without States” through “Wari and Tiwanaku: Empires of the Interior”: Read the selection in the new Ways of the World e-book beginning on p. 336 to p. 348 of the file beginning under the sub-heading "Along the Niger River: Cities without States”.  Stop reading when you reach the sub-heading "Alternatives to Civilization: Bantu Africa". Take notes as you read in the two column note taking format; write the headings and sub-headings, and vocabulary terms you read from the chapter in the left column, write your notes and definitions that correspond to the headings and vocabulary terms in the right column.  After note-taking is complete, write a 1 to 2 paragraph summary of the material. Due Friday 10/11.

 

Reading: The Worlds of Christendom 500-1300 CE : Read the selection in the new Ways of the World e-book beginning on p. 529  to p. 563 of the file.  Take notes as you read in the two column note taking format; write the headings and sub-headings, and vocabulary terms you read from the chapter in the left column, write your notes and definitions that correspond to the headings and vocabulary terms in the right column.  After note-taking is complete, write a 1 to 2 paragraph summary of the material. Due Monday, 10/21.

 

AP Classroom Unit 1 Progress Check-Multiple Choice Questions and Free-Response SAQ: log onto the AP Classroom website to complete the Unit 1 Progress Check.  The Unit 1 Progress Check will consist of 15 multiple choice questions and 1 short answer question.  Both sets of questions will become available to complete on Tuesday, 10/8  from 3:00 pm to 11:45 pm.  After 11:45 pm on Tuesday, 10/8, the questions will no longer be available to complete.  Both the multiple choice questions and the short answer questions will have an hour time limit to complete after you open the assignments.  Use these assignments to help you prepare for the 1st Quarter Common Assessment, which will be administered on Wednesday, 10/9.  You must be registered to our AP Course in order to complete the assignments on the AP Classroom website.  If you have not registered as of yet, follow the instructions from the "Joining Your AP Class" assignment at the very top of the assignments page here.  Again, assignment is due at 11:45 pm on Tuesday 10/8.

 

 

G.R.A.P.E.S Chapter Wrap Up: click the link below to access the G.R.A.P.E.S. guiding questions and graphic organizer.  Address at least two guiding questions for each of the categories of the acronym (ex. address two guiding questions provided about the geography from the assigned reading, two guiding questions addressed about religion from the reading etc.).  Complete the G.R.A.P.E.S. Chapter Wrap Up for the most recent reading, The Worlds of Christendom 500-1300 CE , by the start of class Monday, 10/21.

 

 

Heimler's History Unit 1 Review: click the link below to view a helpful review video on Unit 1 of the AP World History Curriculum.  This should help you on the Common Assessment on Wednesday, 10/9.