• SUMMER Preview, 2019--2020: All A.P. World History students for 2019-2020 have the opportunity to look over sample reading guides over the summer to get familiar with the weekly workload of APWH. Part 1 and Part 2 are summer preview assignments of PREVIOSU SCHOOL YEARS and is available so students can preview the rigor of the course and what a typical weekly assignment is. This is NOT an assignment for 2019-2020 students. Incoming APWH students will be given assignments the first day of class.The assignment will be due after school starts and must be submitted to Turnitin.com by the beginning of class.  No late work is allowed for these assignments.

          1) You may NOT "cut and paste" from the Google Doc to a Word or word processing document.  You MUST complete the work in the GoogleDrive to preserve the integrity of the formatting.
          2) You will complete this work using our textbook "The Earth and Its Peoples" *AP Edition*, 3rd edition, 2005, Houghton-Mifflin, Bulliet et al.  It is given to you at sophomore registration in August.  Upon occasion, you may need to use online and alternate resources to compose complete, thoughtful responses.
       SUMMER ASSIGNMENT, PART 1Chapter 1 & 2 combined Reading Guide (textbook pg. 1-58) - 
       SUMMER ASSIGNMENT, PART 2: Chapter 3 & 4 combined Reading Guide (textbook pg. 59-122) - 
    Below is the wokload from the 2018-2019 school year and are provided to give 2019-2020 students a sense of the rigor. pace, and workload of the course. Due to College Boards MAJOR COURSE REDESIGN this will change for hte 2019-2020 school year. 

    FIRST SEMESTER READING GUIDES: August, 2018 - December, 2018

    This is to give you an idea of pacing. You will be expected to complete one reading guide a week on average.  This is subject to change at anytime and is only given so you can look over and determine if this is a pace you can maintain for the school year. 
    Chapter 5: An Age of Empires - Rome & Han China, 753 BCE - 600 CE (pg. 123-149)
    Chapter 6: India and Southeast Asia, 1500 BCE - 600 CE (pg. 150-171)
    Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 BCE - 600 CE (pg. 173-192)
    Chapter 8: The Rise of Islam, 600-1200 CE (pg. 196-217)
    Chapter 9: Christian Europe Emerges, 600-1200 CE (pg. 218-241)
    Chapter 10: Inner and East Asia, 600-1200 CE (pg. 243-265)
    Chapter 11: Peoples and Civilizations of the Americas, 600-1500 CE (pg. 267-290)
    Chapter 12: Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200-1500 CE (pg. 294-323)
    Chapter 13: Tropical Africa and Asia, 1200-1500 CE (pg. 324-348)
    Chapter 14: The Latin West, 1200-1500 CE (pg. 349-374)
    Chapter 15: The Maritime Revolution, Up to 1550 CE (pg. 375-400)
    Chapter 16: Transformations in Europe, 1500-1750 CE (pg. 404-428)
    Chapter 17: The Diversity of American Colonial Societies, 1530-1770 CE (pg. 430-455)
    Chapter 18: The Atlantic System and Africa, 1550-1800 CE (pg.457-482) - combined with Chp. 17 above.
    Chapter 19: Southwest Asia and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1750 CE (pg. 484-508)
    Chapter 20: Northern Eurasia, 1500-1800 CE (pg. 510-534)


    Chapter 21: Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850 CE (pg. 540-567)
    Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution, 1760-1851 CE (pg. 568-591)
    Chapter 23: Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas, 1800-1890 CE (pg. 592-621)
    Chapter 24: Africa, India, and the New British Empire, 1750-1870 CE (pg. 623-648) 
    Chapter 25: Land Empires in the Age of Imperialism, 1800-1870 CE (pg. 650-675) 
    Chapter 26: The New Power Balance, 1800-1900 CE (pg. 680-706)
       Online Reading, Part 1
       Online Reading, Part 2
       Online Reading, Part 3
       ANSER DOC for Online Reading (available in Google Classroom)
    Chapter 27: The New Imperialism, 1869-1914 CE (pg. 708-733)
    Chapter 28: The Crisis of the Imperial Order, 1900-1929 CE (pg. 735-764)
    Chapter 29: The Collapse of the Old Order, 1929-1949 CE (pg. 765-791)
       **Work EARLY, Chp. 29 takes awhile. - - - You will need to use the extra reading documents below to finish your Chp. 29 Guide.
       World War 2 Reading, Part 1 
       World War 2 Reading, Part 2 
       World War 2 Reading, Part 3
       World War 2 Reading, Part 4
       World War 2 Reading, Part 5 
    Chapter 30: Striving for Independence ~ Africa, India, & Latin America (pg. 793-816)
    Chapter 31 & 32 (combo): Cold War / Crisis & Realignment (pg. 821-876)
    Chapter 33 (extra-credit):
       1.  Remember, Extra Credit is only open to students who have ZERO missing assignments.  NO RED BOXES IN AERIES!
       2.  Your Task: create your own Reading Guide for Chapter 33
             a.  Create the template for what you believe students should know from Chapter 33
             b.  Include historical content information AND AP World skills
                   Content examples: definitions & significances, thesis statements, video notes, organizing information from reading the chapter.
                   AP World skills examples: Compare/Contrast, maps and/or geography, Change & Continuity over time, long-term consequences,  connections with Chp. 33 content to previous content in the text, document analysis, etc.
       3.  You do not need to fill out your Reading Guide.
       4.  Your web links (i.e. videos, charts, graphs, political cartoons, etc.) must be active and work.  They must also be meaningful and appropriate.