Causation in the AP Histories
Analyzing Sources from Medieval Networks of Exchange
Practice analyzing documents and their sourcing, a key AP History skill, with sources related to exchange networks from 1200 to 1450, Unit 2 in AP World History: Modern.
Analyzing Sourcing in the Global Middle Ages
Practice analyzing the sourcing of documents, a key AP History skill, with sources from 1200 to 1450, Units 1 and 2 in AP World History: Modern.
Discuss how use the six themes of AP History, known by many names: SPICE-T, PIECES, and InSPECT.
Annotating Secondary Sources
Learn the best ways to mark up secondary sources when answering questions in AP History
Analyzing Historical Claims and Evidence
Perhaps nothing is more important in AP World History then learning how to effectively read and understand documents. This review will go over how to analyze claims and evidence in text and non-text documents in AP World History and Beyond!
Annotating Primary Source Documents
Learn how and why to annotate primary sources in AP History
AP Exam Skills: Historical Developments and Processes
Learn how to identify and explain in AP History: the first historical thinking skill in the course and is a part of many test questions.
Introduction to Contextualization
Discover one of the most critical historical thinking skills for AP History exams.
Introduction to Historical Reasoning
Master causation, comparison, and analysis of patterns of continuity and change.
Introduction to Sourcing Analysis
Teacher Allie Thiessen explains how historians analyze the sourcing of documents, one of the most important skills in AP History.
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