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Folder #1 - Talking Points/Lecture Notes
Essential (but not exhaustive) notes on each topic in the newly designed Advanced Placement curriculum. Each topic contains between 10 to 35 pages of outline notes. In addition to notes and graphics on the hard copy handouts, you can follow interactive Talking Points complete with embedded links and YouTube videos. Each file is an easy to edit word document.
Folder #2 Guided Readings 2.0 Chapters #1-40
American Pageant Guided Reading 2.0 is designed to provide predictable and manageable homework assignments for students studying AP United States History. In order to cover the content efficiently and effectively, this package guides students through the recently redesigned Advanced Placement United States History curriculum.
If you are not ready to implement the new Version 2.0 guided reading format, you can use the popular original version of my guided reading program from 2008 to 2013. Includes student edition and answer key.
Folder #3 - APUSH Time Period Assessments, Take Home Tests and Reading Quizzes
The time period assessments include 580 multiple-choice questions, 43 SAQ prompts and 106 LEQ prompts aligned with The College Board 's redesign of the Advanced Placement United States History course and curriculum framework. This resource is designed for teachers looking to create new exams for their AP program or supplement an existing exam database.
The test bank bundle covers Time Periods #1 to #8 (1491 to 1980) and includes the following resources:
#1. A pool of multiple choice questions designed to assess the depth and breadth of students factual knowledge and their ability to interpret quotations, maps, graphs and visual cues. The pool allows teachers and opportunity to incorporate content specific questions into topic.
#2. A pool of stimulus based multiple choice questions designed to assess students’ ability to apply historical knowledge and historical thinking as it relates to analysis of a stimulus. The pool of stimulus based questions incorporates primary and secondary sources, as well as images (photos, paintings, cartoons, graphs or maps)
#3. A pool of Short Answer prompts that ask students to respond to historical source material and problems. The questions measure students’ ability to use specific historical thinking skills rather than to develop a thesis. The questions will directly address one or more of the thematic learning objectives for the course. The pool of SAQ prompts require students use historical thinking skills to respond to a primary source, a historian’s argument, non-textual sources such as data or maps, or general propositions about U.S. history
#4 A pool of Long Essay prompts designed to measure the use of historical thinking skills to explain and analyze significant issues in U.S. History as defined by the thematic learning objectives. Based on the prompt, students will develop an argument supported by an analysis of historical evidence. Long essay questions will focus on a variety of historical thinking skills including: Continuity and Change over time, Comparison, Causation, and Periodization
The Take Home Test folder includes 10 full Take Home Tests made of 900 questions covering 1492 to 1984 for an AP or Honors US History program.
Take Home Test #1 1492-1783, Take Home Test #2 1783-1815, Take Home Test #3 1815-1850, Take Home Test #4 1850 -1877, Take Home Test #5 (Mid Term) Beginnings to 1877, Take Home Test #6 1880 -1913, Take Home Test #7 1890-1913, Take Home Test #8 1914-1939, Take Home Test #9 1940-1957, Take Home Test #10 1954-1984
The American Pageant quiz bank includes a collection of over 160 quizzes (formative assessments) created to give students an opportunity to showcase their ability to think analytically and historically.
Each quiz is created for timed environment of 7-10 minutes providing students with the opportunity to apply detailed and specific knowledge (such as names, chronology, facts, and events) to broader historical understandings. This product includes four different quiz formats aligned with the goals of the redesigned AP national exam, which expects students to reveal the analytic and historic thinking skills necessary for success in your AP U.S. History course.