AP European History DBQ aligned with the course redesign. Seven primary source documents including text, a map, and statistics relevant to the prompt: Discuss how the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) resulted in the development of absolutism in France.
Comprehensive student guide for AP European History mini-unit on the Thirty Years' War. Includes primary source analysis, non-textual source analysis, lecture guides, practice redesigned MC questions, a practice SAQ prompt, and contemporary
Directions: Below are a list of common beliefs, myths, and misconceptions Americans hold about World War II. Your job, either in small groups or individually, is to choose one of these myths and put it to the test through rigorous historical
Students will work in small groups to research a society of their choice which was impacted by western imperialism in the 19th century. The focus of their research will be on the victims of imperialism, and will trace that impact into the 21st
Direction: With support from the provided documents, respond to the prompt below in a thoughtfully organized, well-supported essay. You will be grade based on the scoring rubric below. Good luck!
Identify and explain how the Treaty of
Directions: In the summer of 1914 peaceful relations in Europe broke down, and erupted in devastating war in the span of a month. The July Crisis, as it is known, ended 100 years of general peace, and initiated the most devastating war the world had
Directions: Use information from both graphics to develop your own historical conclusion about human warfare. Explain your conclusion in a well-organized paragraph with specific evidence citied from both sources.
Includes two graphics:
Student will analyze three poems from the early modern Islamic Empires, and from the analysis will draw conclusions on the cultural characteristics of those societies. The poems included in the activity are Mathnawi III's "A Star Without a Name",
Provides students with 11 new vocabulary terms regarding the process by which Feudal England industrialized in the 17th century. Asks students to consider these new terms/ideas, and organize them into a logical flow chart that visually represents
Introduction: In 1917 the last emperor of Russia, Tsar Nicholas II, was deposed and his government overthrown by a Communist Revolution led by Vladimir’s Lenin’s Bolshevik Party. The Bolsheviks’ first promise to the Russian people was to end their
30 Multiple Choice and 2 short answer questions designed for a thematic American History curriculum - this particular exam for the foreign policy unit. Multiple choice question come in groups of ten that are asked in reference to source documents.