AP U.S. History
The Contextualization Map is a visual way to aid students as they practice the historical skill of contextualization. Using the maps, students will determine the cause and effects of key concepts/events as well as determine the correlation between historical concepts and events. The Contextualization Map can be a great individual or small group task, review activity, or even formative assessment.
•examples on how to use the Contextualization Map with students
•Contextualization Map instructions
•a list of terms explicitly expressed and implied for Period 7 in the College Board AP U.S. History Framework
•clear copies of the Contextualization Map for class and student use
*Watermarks will not appear in purchased packet.
**These maps can also be used with non-AP students in U.S. History courses that begin with European exploration and colonization.