AP Lesson – The World of AP

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September 8, 2016 by mrcaseyhistory

World in hand

Quaestio: What are the expectations of this AP course?

PowerPoint: The World of AP

Classwork:
Welcome Ticket
AP World I Syllabus 2016
AP World Syllabus Challenge

Homework:

  • Parents and student sign up for Pupil Path, read AP World I Syllabus 2016, and both sign Parent/Student Syllabus Contract at the end of the Syllabus as well as the AP Contract
  • Four Corners of the Globe Online Survey (Google Forms)
  • Read and annotate Why Study History? and prepare to discuss in class
  • Have all of the following supplies by Tuesday
    • Three-ring binder
    • Pocket folder with three holes
    • College ruled loose leaf paper
    • 2 five-tab dividers (ten tabs total)
    • Pens and pencils (required daily)

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