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Intro To APUSH

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Meagan Payne

on 4 August 2014

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The documents are not confined to a single format.
Charts
Graphs
Cartoons
Pictures
Written Materials
The equivalent of a two semester introductory college history course.
What is APUSH?
What is APUSH to you?
What is APUSH?
Introduction to
Identity
Work, exchange, and technology
Peopling
Politics and Power
America in the World
Environment and Geography – Physical and Human
Ideas, Beliefs, and Culture
APUSH Themes / Key Concepts
Answers may be drawn from the concept outline and outside material covered in class.
Long Essay Question (LEQ)
No DBQ or LEQ will focus on Unit 1 or Unit 9.
DBQ
Document Based Question (DBQ)
Assessment of the following:
Key Concept Understanding
Historical Thinking Skills
Understanding of all 9 periods
The APUSH Exam
The APUSH Exam
95 minute free response section
The APUSH Exam
Why did you enroll in this class?
What are you expecting from this class?
What do you already know about APUSH?
Developing your ability to think conceptually about U.S. history from approximately 1491 to the present and apply historical thinking skills as you learn about the past.
Seven themes of equal importance.
FRIDAY MAY 8, 2015
3 hours 15 minutes
100 minute multiple choice/short answer section
Assess verbal, quantitative, or visual materials as historical evidence.
Analyze and synthesize historical data
Relate the documents to a historical period or theme and focus on major periods and issues.
Outside knowledge beyond the specific focus of the question.
Measures the use of historical thinking skills to explain and analyze specific issues in U.S. history as defined by the thematic learning objectives.
http://media.collegeboard.com/digitalServices/pdf/ap/ap-course-overviews/ap-united-states-history-course-overview.pdf
SAMPLE QUESTIONS:
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