Agenda: Week of August 20 - August 24, 2018

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Summer Reading Unit - Standage - Six Glasses
Week at a Glance:
MON - Welcome, Introductions, Intro to A History of the World in Six Glasses
TUE - Success Plan; Advanced Academics Letter; How to use the website; 6 Glasses Q & A
WED/THU - How to WHAP - through 6 Glasses: Periodization, Themes, & Historical Thinking with 6 Glasses
FRI - Quiz over Standage's 6 Glasses. Review the quiz results.
How to prepare for the test next Thu over the summer reading - Standage's 6 Glasses.
AHS PEP RALLY SCHEDULE PERIOD FRIDAY

WHAP Introduction Information First 2 Weeks To Do List
WHAP Success Form - A checklist of "Things to Do" to achieve success in WHAP.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.
Advanced Academics letter due on Monday, August 27th
The survey will help Mr. Duez to better help you!
Unit: Introduction to Course And Summer Reading Discussion - A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage

Targets:
Examination of the major themes of WHAP:
Theme 1: Interaction Between Humans and the Environment
Theme 2: Development and Interaction of Cultures
Theme 3: State-Building, Expansion, and Conflict (Political)
Theme 4: Creation, Expansion, and Interaction of Economic Systems
Theme 5: Development and Transformation of Social Structures

Essential Questions:
1. How was beer "essential" to human civilization?
2. How did the use of wine in Roman culture differ from that of ancient Greece?
3. Why do Christians Drink Wine and Muslims Do Not?
4. How did Columbian Exchange change the globe?
5. What is colonization and how to British imperial power change the world?
6. How does 'coca-colonization' explain American dominance in the 20th century?
WHAP this year APUSH next year. Advanced Placement moves you!
--------------------------------------------------------------
Monday, August 20, 2018
Quote: "Begin with the end in mind."

Agenda:
1. DO NOW - Find your name on the screen & your seat in the classroom. 

2. History Pre-Quiz. Using a sheet of paper, write down your answer to each question that is presented on the screen. (These focus on the ideas in the summer reading)

3. Expectations for the year. 

In broad terms:
Why we are here in AP World History? 
To learn about the 10,000 years of human history from a global perspective while putting ourselves in the shoes of those we study. This is not a history class devoted to big events and big names. But rather Change and Continuity, Comparison, and Historical Context. We will learn to do the work of a historian. This includes a lot of writing and you will improve as a writer more this year than any other year of school.

What I expect: 
Very hard work and daily improvement.

Our Goal: 
Pass the AP Exam on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

3. Who Are You?
WHO ARE YOU?
  • What is your name
  • Why did you decide to take AP World History?
  • What is your favorite restaurant to eat at?
Present in partner groups. We will most likely finish these throughout the week as we proceed.
ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.
Does Standage match each period with a drink, roughly? 

The 5 Themes of AP World History. 
--------------------------------------------------------------
Tuesday, August 21st, 2018
Quote"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Laozi

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up from the front table - Success Plan

2. Video Clip: How to Use The Website, by Aidan Duez. (5 min) 
Discuss any questions after the video ends. 
Pull up the website, walk through how to find the resources needed to study.
Concentrate on how to prepare for the Six Glasses quiz on Friday & test next Wed/Thu.

3. Six Glasses ComparisonStudents will discuss six glasses in terms of grouping the drinks
A. Which have similar characteristics? 
B. Which drinks contributed to world history in similar ways?
C. Using the AP World History Themes (SPICE), group the six glasses & major issues by SPICE grouping. 
D. Justify the theme & why it is essential for that time period in history.

4. Who Are You?
WHO ARE YOU?
  • What is your name
  • Why did you decide to take AP World History?
  • What is your favorite restaurant to eat at?
Present in partner groups. We will most likely finish these throughout the week as we proceed.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.
The beach and Six Glasses... two great things that work great together! That's why it's summer reading folks!
--------------------------------------------------------------
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Quote: “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” - Eleanor Roosevelt

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Which 2 six glasses that Standage refers to are the most similar? 
Explain How & Why? (Think in terms of WHAP Themes: S.P.I.C.E.)

Video of author Tom Standage discussing each drink on CBS Sunday.

2. FINISH -- Who Are You?
WHO ARE YOU?
  • What is your name
  • Why did you decide to take AP World History?
  • What is your favorite restaurant to eat at?

Present in partner groups. We will most likely finish these throughout the week as we proceed.

3. Periodization through Six Glasses:
I. Individual students will copy down the periods of world history written on the board. 

Using their notes from the summer reading, they will pencil in each of the six glasses to where they correspond.

II. Individual students will write the important historical events that occur during those time periods.

III. Working in pairs, students will put their heads together to fill in anything they may be missing. We will also write each drink next to each period on the board. Then write the corresponding important events that may have occurred in those time periods. Students have a better understanding of how Standage's Six Glasses connect with world history.

Discuss these questions in pairs and then as a full class:
A. What was the impact of beer and wine on world history? 
B. Explain what a spirit drink is and what is the significance of this drink on world history?
C. How is coffee a "revolutionary" drink?
D. How is Tea and Coca-Cola similar

E. Students will discuss the impact of trade on the globalization of the planet.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.
History is many things to many people. To me, it is pretty awesome.
--------------------------------------------------------------
Thursday, August 23, 2018
Quote:  "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." --John Lennon

1. DO NOW: How did Columbian Exchange change the globe? How does Standage describe it? Which drinks were involved?

2. FINISH -- Who Are You?
WHO ARE YOU?
  • What is your name
  • Why did you decide to take AP World History?
  • What is your favorite restaurant to eat at?


Present in partner groups. We will most likely finish these throughout the week as we proceed.

3. Students will be placed in six groups. Each group will have a question that they will write down and discuss. Prepare one answer for their question:
1. How was beer "essential" to human civilization?
2. How did the use of wine in Roman culture differ from that of ancient Greece?
3. Why do Christians drink wine and Muslims do not?
4. How did Columbian Exchange change the globe?
5. What is colonization and how to British imperial power change the world?
6. How does 'coca-colonization' explain American dominance in the 20th century?

ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.
______________________________
Friday, August 24, 2018
Quote: “If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door.” - Milton Berle

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Students will pick up the LEQ Handouts on the front table. 
LEQ RUBRIC
LEQ Organizer

PRESENTATION: Tips on Writing a Thesis

2. FINISH (if needed) -- Who Are You?
WHO ARE YOU?
  • What is your name
  • Why did you decide to take AP World History?
  • What is your favorite restaurant to eat at?

Present in partner groups. We will most likely finish these throughout the week as we proceed.

3. Introduction to the "Long Essay Question" 
LEQ: Comparative (With 6 Glasses)

4. Comparing Two of the Six Glasses:
a) How can they be compared - HISTORICALLY?
b) What historical significance does each drink have?

ASSIGNMENTS:
Monday, August, 27th: Completed the student Survey due
Monday, August, 27th: Signed Advanced Academics Letter due

Next Monday, Aug. 27th: Quiz over Six Glasses
Next Wed/Thu, August 29th & 30th: Timed Writing Comparative over Six Glasses

Watch the screencasts over Six Glasses, take note from Mr. Duez's presentations.
Bring your notebook, pens/pencils, and your brain to class
We will use them in class each day.
Bring questions you have over anything and ask them at any time.

SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT: "A History of the World in Six Glasses" by Tom Standage

For all information regarding the summer reading assignment, please see the tab: 6-GLASSES

Or click here:


Agenda: Last 2 Weeks ~ June 1, 2017

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Genocide: Rwanda & Legacy; Review Week & Final Exams
WEEKS at a Glance:
Monday May 21 - Fri June 2
MONMovie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions Hotel Rwanda: What is Genocide? Brief history of it. Then show the first part of the movie. 
TUEMovie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions
WED - Movie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions
FRIExtra Credit Due; Discuss the 2018 AP World History Free Response Questions

ASSIGNMENTS:

Extra Credit due on Friday
We'll pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions when we finish the movie in class.

Monday, May 28th is Memorial Day - No School

SENIOR FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE:
WED, May 23 - Periods 3/5/7
THU, May 24 - 2/4/6
FRI, May 25 - 1
Last week of the school year...
MON - No School - Memorial Day
WED - Finals 1-3-7
THU - Finals 2-4
FRI - Finals 5-6
-------------------------------
Monday, May 21, 2017
Quote“People who see life as anything more than pure entertainment are missing the point.” - George Carlin

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions

2. Notes - Rwandan Genocide: Preview of the movie and discussion about Genocide

3. Movie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions

ASSIGNMENTS:
Extra Credit due on Friday
We'll pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions when we finish the movie in class.
How can I do anything about it?
EndGenocide.org
“Never Again!” That’s what leaders in the United States and throughout the world declared after the Holocaust. Yet tragically, in Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda and Darfur millions of people lost their lives, lost their families or were forced to flee their homes. History doesn't have to keep repeating itself. The powerful movement in response to the Darfur genocide showed us that by acting together, we can compel our elected leaders to act on their responsibility to protect innocent men, women and children from brutal regimes. We believe that, working together, we can prevent mass atrocities and we can end genocide by:
  • Sounding the alarm and demanding action;
  • Stopping the enablers of genocide and mass atrocities; and
  • Making genocide prevention a core value in U.S. foreign policy.
Genocide Prevention Task Force (Part of the US Holocaust Museum):
The Genocide Prevention Task Force was launched in November 2007, and released its report to the public on December 8, 2008. Co-chaired by Madeleine K. Albright and William S. Cohen, the task force was co-convened by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, The American Academy of Diplomacy, and the US Institute of Peace, and it was funded by private foundations. Its purpose was to spotlight genocide prevention as a national priority, and develop practical policy recommendations to enhance the capacity of the US government to respond to emerging threats of genocide and mass atrocities.
------------------------------
Tuesday, May 22, 2017
Quote: "And we shall shine on, like the moon and the stars and the sun." - John Lennon

Agenda:
1. DO NOWPick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions

2. Movie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions

ASSIGNMENTS:

Extra Credit due on Friday
We'll pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions when we finish the movie in class.
------------------------------------
Wednesday, May 23, 2017
Quote: "Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain and most fools do." - Benjamin Franklin

Agenda:
1. DO NOWPick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions

2. Movie: Hotel RwandaHotel Rwanda Discussion Questions

ASSIGNMENTS:
Extra Credit due on Friday
We'll pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions when we finish the movie in class.
-----------------------------
Friday, May 25, 2017
Quote: "To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan, and not quite enough time." - Leonard Bernstein

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Get the Extra Credit ready. 

2. Collect Extra Credit 

2. Discuss the 2018 AP World History Free Response Questions

ASSIGNMENTS:

Extra Credit due on Friday
We'll pick up the Hotel Rwanda Questions when we finish the movie in class.
--------------------------------
Monday, May 28, 2018
MEMORIAL DAY! 
NO SCHOOL
--------------------------------
Tuesday, May 29, 2018 
Thru
Friday, June 1st, 2018
Quote: “As they say in my hometown, Don't Forget To Be Awesome." - John Green

Thanks for a GREAT YEAR! 

Tuesday - Sign exemptions
Discuss local Houston history & culture. 
Great places to eat in town this summer. :) 

Agenda:
1. Final Exams the rest of the week

Some Review & Tips

  1. Review what you already know tonight. 
  2. Relax. Get your rest. This is a thinking/writing/analysis exam. You need to be making good decisions and need sleep to have a brain ready to do that.
  3. Reign Supreme. Conquer World History. 

Remember your pens/pencils for the test. 
Good luck!

We have a party on Friday in class. Bring something to share. We always need cups, plates, napkins, & plastic forks/spoons. 

Come ready to relax and enjoy your the feeling of a job well done on a Friday after the exam. 

Agenda: Week of May 14, 2018

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Review for the AP TEST
Week at a Glance:
MONFRQ Quiz 2010 - 2004; Review FRQ Questions from the quiz.
TUE:  Most missed questions on Mock Test 2Mr. Duez's Cheat Codes, Big Ideas, Life Hacks, Tips n Tricks, for the AP World History Test
WED/THUReview from the Review tab above
FRI: PARTY!

AP TEST ON THURSDAY MAY 17 - 7:30 am THIS IS THE WEEK YOU HAVE BEEN WORKING FOR:
Want to DO VERY WELL?: Write better essays
USE THE SAQ, DBQ, & LEQ TABS AT THE TOP

USE THE AP-TEST-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 

-------------------------------
Monday, May 14, 2018
Quote: "Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." - John Wooden

Agenda:
1. DO NOW- Prepare for the FRQ Quiz, paper, black pen

2. FRQ Quiz 2010 - 2004 - Students will write out as much as they can for planning three of these essay prompts from a single year, chosen by Mr. Duez at random. This is an exercise in planning your essays, answering the prompt, and preparing to score as many points as possible. 

3. Review FRQ Questions from the quiz.
-------------------------------
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Quote: "Even a clock that does not work is right twice a day." - Polish Proverb

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Play along with the questions on the screen, they will auto flip through a number of questions and concepts for review of AP World History.

2. Review the Most Missed Questions from the Mock Exam

WHAT CAN YOU BRING FOR THE PARTY ON FRIDAY? :)

------------------------------------
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Quote“In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity”  - Albert Einstein

Agenda:

1. DO NOW - What questions do you have in preparation for the AP Test?

2. Review Most Missed Questions on the MOCK/Practice Tests

-------------------------------
Friday, May 17, 2018
Quote"Success is never final. Failure is never fatal. Courage is what counts." - Sir Winston Churchill

Agenda: 
1. PARTY - CELEBRATE TAKING THE AP WORLD HISTORY TEST!

You have conquered the beast!

Agenda: Week of May 7 - May 11, 2018

 Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
REVIEW
Exam is Thursday, May 17th, 2018 at 7:30 am - Gym
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: FRQ QUIZ: Writing Quiz On Monday - Questions from the years 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
TUE: SMALL GYM AT 7:30 FOR MOCK AP TEST! 
No WHAP classes - due to testing 4th & 6th only.
WED: Discuss the MOCK Test #2; Review the most missed questions.
THU: SAQ; Review the most missed questions.
FRI: SAQMr. Duez's Tips, Tricks, Cheat Codes, Life Hacks for the AP World History Exam

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday - Writing Quiz
Tuesday: MOCK TEST - In Gym at 7:25 am
Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 

We have a different testing bell schedule on Tuesday this week:
THURSDAY - NO LATE ARRIVAL - 1-7 Periods
Monday & Friday - Regular Bell Schedule
-----------------------------
Monday May 7, 2018
Quote: "The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places."  - Unknown

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for writing the... 
Writing Quiz - Questions from the years 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010

2. 
Writing Quiz - Questions from the years 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
20 minutes to write as much as possible over three essay types:
SAQ
DBQ: Document Based Question
LEQ: Long Essay Question 

Plan out your response, outline it, try to complete thesis statements w/evidence, etc. I realize you will not be able to write full essays.

3. Review the Writing Quiz: We will go over one or two of the questions at the end as a full class. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
Tuesday: MOCK TEST - In Gym at 7:25 am
Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 
Fall of the Berlin Wall. Before/After. Be sure to review the Turning Point Dates on the review tab.
------------------------------
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Quote: "It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."  - Albert Einstein

TUESMALL GYM AT 7:30 FOR MOCK AP TEST! 

No WHAP classes - due to testing

3rd & 6th periods only

ASSIGNMENTS:
Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 
-----------------------------------
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Quote“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.” - Charles Darwin

Agenda:
1.  DO NOW: How did the MOCK AP Test go for you in the gym? What areas were concerns for you? What ways were you more successful than you had imagined? What did you learn from the experience? 

2. Discuss results on Mock Test #2 that we took in the small gym yesterday.


3. Review the top missed questions from the Mock Tests

ASSIGNMENTS:
Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 
----------------------------------
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Quote“However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.” - Stephen Hawking

Agenda:
1. SAQ DO NOW: Students will do an SAQ Question on the screenWe will discuss the answer as a class.

3. Review the top missed questions from the Mock Tests

ASSIGNMENTS:

Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 
Review Each of the Time Periods in AP World History. You need to be able to know when things happened. Context!
-----------------------------
Friday, May 11, 2018
Quote: "There is only one success: To be able to spend your life in your own way." - Christopher Marley

Agenda:
1. SAQ DO NOW: Students will do an SAQ Question on the screen. We will discuss the answer as a class.

2. DBQ Work: Attacking the DBQ

3. Mr. Duez's Tips, Tricks, Cheat Codes, Life Hacks for the AP World History Exam
Focus on Dates, Big Ideas, and Test Taking Tips

ASSIGNMENTS:
Next Monday - Writing Quiz #2 over years 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming! 

MOCK AP Practice Test - Spring

Great job on the first MOCK Test for AP World History this spring. 
We'll take our second MOCK Test on Tuesday next week at 7:30 am in the Gym. I'm looking forward to seeing scores improve. I know with test corrections, review, studying those questions that we the most missed, and just getting a second chance to take an exam like this that scores will go up.

Keep working. The AP Test will be here before you know it. 

Agenda: Week of April 30 - May 4, 2018

 Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
REVIEW FOR AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
7:25 AM in Small Gym on Thursday, May 17th, 2018
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: FRQ QUIZ: Writing Quiz On Monday - Questions from the years 2017 *new format
2016, 2015, 2014 *old format
TUE: Work on Test Corrections for MOCK TEST #1
WEDWork on Test Corrections for MOCK TEST #1
THUWork on Test Corrections for MOCK TEST #1 - TEST CORRECTIONS DUE
FRI: DBQ Practice - Review last DBQ written & Silver Trade DBQ
Strickland Silver Trade DBQ Breakdown
POV Silver Trade Handout Write POV statements
Then use H-A-P-P-Y 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!
NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
Don't be like that... 
-------------------------------
Monday April 30, 2018
Quote: "The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity." – Amelia Earhart

Agenda:
1. FRQ QUIZ: Writing Quiz On Monday - 
Questions from the years 2017 *new format     2016, 2015, 2014 *old format
45 minutes to write as much as possible over three essay types:
DBQ: Document Based Question
LEQ: Long Essay Question 
1. Causation
2. Comparative
3. Continuity & Change Over Time
4. Periodization
Plan out your response, outline it, try to complete thesis statements w/evidence, etc. I realize you will not be able to write full essays.

3. Review the Writing Quiz: We will go over one or two of the questions at the end as a full class. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!
NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
Students taking the AP World History Mock Test in the gym in May 2016.
------------------------------
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Quote: "Learn from the mistakes of others, you can never life long enough to make them all yourself." - Groucho Marx

1. TEST CORRECTIONS ON MOCK TEST #1
Work with other students in the class to write out the correct answer and a statement explaining why that answer is correct. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!

NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
Malcolm X knows it. 
-----------------------------------
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Quote: "How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." –Anne Frank

Agenda:
1. TEST CORRECTIONS ON MOCK TEST #1
Work with other students in the class to write out the correct answer and a statement explaining why that answer is correct. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!
NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
-------------------------------
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Quote""No one understands and appreciates the American Dream of hard work leading to material rewards better than a non-American." Anthony Bourdain

Agenda:
1. TEST CORRECTIONS ON MOCK TEST #1
Work with other students in the class to write out the correct answer and a statement explaining why that answer is correct. 

2. TEST CORRECTIONS DUE BY END OF THE PERIOD. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!
NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST
Silver trade is often on the AP Test. It is a process of world wide economic activity on a scale not seen previously.
---------------------------
Friday, May 4, 2018
Quote: "Do what you can, where you are, with what you have." –Teddy Roosevelt

Agenda:
1. Pick up the 2006 Silver Trade DBQ from the front of the classroom. Work on reading the documents, grouping, analyzing them (HAPPY), and beginning to come up with a thesis.

2. DBQ Practice - Review last DBQ written & Silver Trade DBQ

Strickland Silver Trade DBQ Breakdown
POV Silver Trade Handout Write POV statements
Then use H-A-P-P-Y 

ASSIGNMENTS:
On Monday, May 7th - FRQ Writing Quiz #2 (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
USE THE AP-REVIEW TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
Study & Prepare --- The AP Test is coming!
NEXT TUESDAY - SMALL GYM at 7:30 am - MOCK AP WORLD HISTORY TEST