The program prepares students for intermediate and advanced college courses. Students should learn to assess historical materials — their relevance to a given interpretive problem, their reliability, and their importance — and weigh the evidence and interpretations presented in historical scholarship. An Advanced Placement United States History course should develop the skills necessary to arrive at conclusions on the basis of an informed judgment and to present reasons and evidence clearly and persuasively in essay format.
Participants will examine expectations for the course, practice scoring components of the exam and develop materials for teaching the skills and content required in the course. Special Instructions All participants will need to have a device that is updated and that provides easy internet access.
Participants will use the device daily as the instructor will share materials, using Google drive, with each participant. Participants will need to type as they develop materials so it is recommended that the device have a keyboard.
Each participant should already have created a GMail account and be comfortable using the device they bring to the institute. Instructor Bio Rhonda Rush is an experienced Advanced Placement Social Studies teacher having taught Advanced Placement social studies courses in various school settings since She has conducted numerous training sessions for teachers and has developed a wide variety of curriculum resources.
Focus on historical thinking skills. Begin to organize your units.
Add subfolders as needed to your drive. What do I need to teach in each unit? Decide what you would like to do in each unit. Continue organizing your units. Begin to explore content folders. Copy items and add to your Google drive. Develop a course on a learning management system of your choice.
Grading Score sample FRQs. Develop 3 FRQs for each time period.9. Economic Transformation, – 5 A Democratic Revolution, – 5 (DBQ) and free-response (FRQ) essay questions.
Beginning with the third unit of study, students will write one or two in-class timed essays per unit. Released College Board AP PACING GUIDELINES FOR AP UNITED STATES HISTORY.
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