APWH Homework and Dates, 2016-2017

UNIT FIVE (1450 to 1750) *I put this at the top to make it easier to access*

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  • 1/24 — Review your MKDs for Period 5
    • In-class: Happy Timeline Time (lecture/timeline creation using MKDs + Key Concepts for Period 5)
  • 1/25 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 531-533 (Start of Ch 15, 1750-1850, “Revolutionary Transformations and New Languages of Freedom”)
    • In-class: Finish timelines; get study guides and do first key concept
  • 1/26 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 533-545 (“Political Reorderings”)
    • Study Guide:
      • Key Concepts 5.3.I, 5.3.II, 5.3.III
      • Thematic Learning Questions: CUL-4, CUL-5, SB-2, SB-4, SB-7, SOC-1, SOC-7 (Haiti),
    • In-class: RP + Comparative analysis of Decl. of Ind, DoRoMac, Jamaica Letter, and Wollstonecraft
  • 1/27 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 545-546 (“Change and Trade in Africa”)
    • Study Guide:
      • 5.3.IV (“transnational solidarities”), 5.1.II (“new patterns of global trade”)
      • ECON-6, ECON-7 (“causes”), ECON-8,
    • In-class: Interactive Lecture with John Green’s Industrial Revolution video
  • 1/30 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 546-553 (“Economic Reordering”)
    • Study Guide:
      • 5.1.I, 5.4.I, 5.4.II
      • ENV-3 (conditions in industrialized cities), ENV-4 (Irish potato famine), ENV-5,
  • 1/31 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 553-561 (“Persistence and Change in Afro-Eurasia” + Conclusion to chapter)
    • Study Guide:
      • 5.1.II
  • 2/1 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 571-572 (Start of Ch 16, 1800s, “Reactions to Social and Political Change”)
  • 2/2 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 572-578 (“Prophecy and Revitalization in the Islamic World and Africa”)
  • 2/3 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 579-581 (“Prophecy and Rebellion in China”)
  • 2/6 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 581-586 (“Socialists and Radicals in Europe”)
  • 2/7 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 586-597 (“Insurgencies against Colonizing and Centralizing States” + Conclusion)
  • 2/8 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 607-609 (Start Ch 17 1850-1914 + “Consolidating Nations and Constructing Empires”)
  • 2/9 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 609-614 (“Expansion and Nation Building in the Americas”)
  • 2/10 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 614-617 (“Consolidation of Nation-States in Europe”)
  • 2/13 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 617-619 (“Industry, Science, and Technology”)
  • 2/14 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 619-629 (“Global Expansionism and an Age of Imperialism”)
  • 2/15 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 629-635 (“Pressures of Expansion in Japan, Russia, and China” + Finish chapter)
  • 2/16 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 645-651 (Start of Ch 18 1890-1914 + “Progress, Upheaval, and Movement”)
  • 2/17 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 651-656 (“Discontent with Imperialism”)
  • 2/20 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 656-661 (“Worldwide Insecurities”)
  • 2/21 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 661-667 (“Cultural Modernism”)
  • 2/22 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 667-673 (“Rethinking Race and Reimagining Nations” + End of Chapter)
  • 2/23 — Study Guide, Period 5, 1750-1900
  • 2/24 — Study Guide, Period 5, 1750-1900
  • 2/27 — Study Guide
    • Unit 5 Test

UNIT SIX (1900 TO PRESENT)

  • 2/28 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 683-684 (Start of Ch 19 1910-1939 + “The Quest for the Modern”)
  • 3/1 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 684-692 (“The Great War”)
    • Stuart’s Birthday
  • 3/2 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 692-696 (“Mass Society: Culture, Production, and Consumption”)
  • 3/3 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 696-711 (“Mass Politics: Competing Visions for  Building Modern States” + End of Chapter)
    • Early Release
  • 3/6 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 721-727 (Start of Ch 20 1940-1975 + “World War II and Its Aftermath”)
  • 3/7 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 727-734 (“The Beginning of the Cold War”)
  • 3/8 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 734-741 (“Decolonization”)
  • 3/9 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 741-749 (“Three Worlds”)
  • 3/10 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 749-753 (“Tensions within the Three Worlds” + End of Chapter)
  • 3/13 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 763-769 (Start of Ch 21 1970-2000 + “Removing Obstacles to Globalization”)
  • 3/14 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 769-779 (“Unleashing Globalization”)
  • 3/15 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 779-788 (“Characteristics of the New Global Order”)
  • 3/16 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 788-793 (“Citizenship in the Global World” + End of Chapter)
  • 3/17 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 801-805 (Start of Epilogue, 2001-Present + “Global Challenges”)
    • Early Release
  • 3/20 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 805-807 (“The United States, the European Union, and Japan”)
  • 3/21 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 807-814 (“China, India, and Russia”)
  • 3/22 — Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 814-823 (“The Middle East, Africa, and Latin America” + End of Textbook 🙂 )
  • 3/23 — Study Guide Unit 6
  • 3/24 — Study Guide Unit 6
  • 3/27 — Study Guide Unit 6
    • Unit 6 Test

UNIT ONE (TO 600 BCE)

  • 9/7 – Return signed materials (syllabus, permission slips)
    • In-class: MKD Quiz, MKD next steps, Cornell notes; how to read Stuart’s HW assignments
  • 9/8 – Cornell Notes pp. 45-53 (start of Ch 2)
    • In-class: How the AP test is set up; what’s an RP and the Mullsenheimer technique; Periodization of APWH; SPECE; MrStu.info
  • 9/9 – Cornell Notes pp. 52-61
  • 9/12 – Cornell Notes pp. 61-68
    • In-Class: Brady survey, public speaking survey
  • 9/13 – Cornell Notes pp. 68-75
    • In-Class: Activity Fee?
  • 9/14 – Cornell Notes pp.  83-91 (start of Ch 3)
  • 9/15 – Cornell Notes pp. 91-97
  • 9/16 – Cornell Notes pp. 97-103
    • Early Release
  • 9/19 – Cornell Notes pp. 103-111
  • 9/20 – Cornell Notes pp. 121-129 (start of Ch 4)
  • 9/21 – Cornell Notes pp. 129-135
  • 9/22 – Cornell Notes pp. 135-142
  • 9/23 – Cornell Notes pp. 142-149
  • 9/26 – Freemanpedia notes (receive in class) on Period 1
  • 9/27 – TBD (To Be Determined)
  • 9/28 – TBD
  • 9/29 – Review for Unit 1 Test (8000 to 600 BCE)
  • 9/30 – Review for Unit 1 Test
    • Early Release
    • In-Class: Unit 1 test is today

UNIT TWO (600 BCE TO 600 CE – CLASSICAL):

  • 10/3 – Cornell Notes pp. 159-167 (Start Ch 5)
  • 10/4 – Cornell Notes pp. 167-175
  • 10/5 – Cornell Notes pp. 175-181
  • 10/6 – Cornell Notes pp. 181-187
  • 10/7 – Cornell Notes pp. 197-206 (Start of Ch 6)
    • Early Release
  • 10/10 – Cornell Notes pp. 206-212
  • 10/11 – Cornell Notes pp. 212-220
  • 10/12 – Cornell Notes pp. 220-225
  • 10/13 – Cornell Notes pp. 233-239 (Start of Ch 7)
  • 10/14 – Cornell Notes pp. 239-245
  • 10/17 – Cornell Notes pp. 245-253
  • 10/18 – Cornell Notes pp. 253-259
  • 10/19 – Cornell Notes pp. 267-276 (Start of Ch 8)
  • 10/20 – Cornell Notes pp. 276-282
  • 10/21 – Cornell Notes pp. 282-288
    • Early Release
  • 10/24 – Cornell Notes pp. 288-295
  • 10/25 – TBD
  • 10/26 – TBD
  • 10/27 – TBD
  • 10/28 – Review for Unit 2 test
    • In Class: Unit 2 test is today; includes Causation or CCOT thesis

UNIT THREE (600 CE to 1450 CE – POST-CLASSICAL):

  • 10/31 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 303-313 (start of Ch 9)
  • 11/1 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 312-319
  • 11/2 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 319-327
  • 11/3 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 327-333 (end of Ch 9)
  • 11/4 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 341-348 (start of Ch 10)
  • 11/7 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 348-356
  • 11/8 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 356-364
    • Mrs. Behrenwald here, Stuart in Mississippi
  • 11/9 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 364-373 (end of Ch 10)
  • 11/10 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 383-391 Ch 11: Introduction + Collapse and Consolidation
  • 11/11 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 391-396 Ch 11: Islamic Heartland
  • 11/14 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 396-404 Ch 11: Western Christendom
  • 11/15 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 404-411 Ch 11: Ming China + Conclusion
  • 11/16 = Self Quiz on Key Concept 3.1: Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks
    • In-class: Interactive Lecture 3.1
  • 11/17 = Self Quiz Key Concept 3.2: Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions
    • In-class: Interactive Lecture 3.2
  • 11/18 = Self Quiz Key Concept 3.3: Increased Economic Productive Capacity and Its Consequences
    • In-class: Albert.io (Mrs. Behrenwald here, Stuart in Atlanta)
  • 11/21 = Self Quiz on old RPs + Albert.io Questions (139 practice questions available for Unit 3)
  • 11/22 = Self Quiz on old RPs + Albert.io Questions (139 practice questions available for Unit 3)
    • In-class: Unit 3 Test (Ch 9-11);

UNIT FOUR (1450 CE to 1750 CE – EARLY MODERN) (Chapters 12-14):

Here is the Unit 4 slideshow.

  • 11/29 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 419-423 (Start of Ch 12, 1450-1600, “Contact, Commerce, and Colonization” + section “The Old Trade an the New”)
  • 11/30 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 423-436 “The Atlantic World”
  • 12/1 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 436-440 “The Transformation of Europe”
  • 12/2 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 440-445 “Prosperity in Asia” and Conclusion to Ch 12
  • 12/5 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 453-458  Start of Ch 13, 1600-1750, “Worlds Entangled” + “Economic and Political Effects of Global Commerce”
  • 12/6 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 458-461 “Exchanges and Expansions in North America”
  • 12/7 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 461-462 “The Plantation Complex in the Caribbean”
  • 12/8 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 462-469 “The Slave Trade and Africa”
  • 12/9 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 469-479 “Asia in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”
    • Early Release
  • 12/12 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 479-487 “Transformations in Europe” and Conclusion to Ch 13
  • 12/13 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 497-all of 498 Start of Ch 14, 1500-1780, “Cultures of Splendor and Power” + “Trade and Culture”
  • 12/14 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 499-all of 502 “Culture in the Islamic World”
  • 12/15 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 503-509 “Culture and Politics in East Asia”
  • 12/16 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 509-510 “African Cultural Flourishing”
  • 1/3 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 510-all of 516 “The Enlightenment in Europe”
  • 1/4 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 517-519 “Creating Hybrid Cultures in the Americas”
  • 1/5 = Read and take quizzable notes on pp. 519-523 “The Influence of European Culture in Oceania” + Conclusion to Ch 14
  • 1/6 = KC 4.1 + 4.2
  • 1/7 =
  • 1/9 = KC 4.3
  • 1/10 = How to DBQ
  • 1/11 =
  • 1/12 =
  • 1/13 =
    • Early Release
  • 1/16 =
  • 1/17 =
  • 1/18 through 1/20 = Semester 1 Exams
  • 1/21 = Semester 1 Exam
  • 2/12 = Unit 5 Test
  • 3/19 = Unit 6 Test
  • 5/12 = APWH EXAM