Eric is the Lead AP World History teacher here at Fiveable. He has taught history with high school students since 1990, first in California and now in Minnesota. Although Eric has taught many US and AP European History classes during his career, his teaching schedule has been all World History, both on level and Advanced Placement, for the past few years. In these classes he is always looking to decolonize the curriculum and to encourage students to think historically. Eric also blogs at .

This week’s sessions discuss skills and content across two time periods: Early Modern (1450-1750) and Modern (1750-1900). Powerful empires expanded overseas and overland in the Early Modern period. Many empires built monumental structures, such as the Blue Mosque in the Ottoman Empire, pictured above. Later, industrialization reshaped the balance of power in the World. Sessions include interaction with hosts and practice with original questions written by Fiveable’s AP World team.

  • Sunday (11/17), 6 PM: Dream Team Varoon and Skylar conclude Fiveable’s Student to Student Study Skills Series with their tips for studying for tests. Student attendees will learn strategies to study more effectively, and will practice with original short-answer and multiple-choice questions. Studying for TestsĀ (Student-Led Study Sessions)
  • Tuesday, 9 PM:Ā  Power student Jed returns to discuss industrialization and its many impacts around the World. Join him to learn about one of the most important topics in modern history. Industrialization in World History(Unit 5)
  • Wednesday, 11 PM: Talented teacher Evan Liddle explains continuities and changes in the trading worlds of the early modern period, c. 1450-c.1750. This is the final topic in the Unit 4 of the new AP World History: Modern course. Students can prepare for end of unit assessments with Evan. Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750 (Unit 4)
  • Thursday, 11 PM: Wonderful educator Melissa Longnecker helps students write better long-essay questions by closely examining sample responses to an LEQ prompt. Sharpening Your LEQ Skills(Exam Skills)
  • Sunday, 11/24, 6 PM: AP World legends Varoon and Charly review how Empires used art and architecture in the Early Modern World, c. 1450 CE – c. 1750 CE. This is part of Unit 3 in the new APWHM, Attendees will see and discuss beautiful images. This is also a live study session so there will be plenty of opportunity for Q & A. Imperial Art and Architecture (Unit 3)

Fiveable student streamers host study sessions onĀ Sundays. Students and teachers review key skills and concepts onĀ Tuesday,Ā Wednesday, andĀ Thursday evenings.

Join Fiveable live reviews this week to learn content from Land-Based Empires (Unit 3), Transoceanic Connections (Unit 4) and Revolutions (Unit 5), practice with original questions and develop skills for success in class and on the AP Exam. Click here to save your spot for any of the events above. Live reviews are free. Attendees interact with streamers and each other.. All times Eastern. Fiveable Plus members can watch replays of reviews.