Ap world history the comparative essay, tips and rubricAp world history the comparative essay, tips and rubric
Has an acceptable thesis that addresses both comparison and contrast, with brief statement of the evidence (1 point)
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Title of lesson: Causes of wwi, The Great War Lesson One Authors of lesson: Ryan Kaden, Nancy Ohmart, Janet ParkerTitle of lesson: Causes of wwi, The Great War Lesson One Authors of lesson: Ryan Kaden, Nancy Ohmart, Janet Parker
Grade level: Middle School (Janet’s is elementary level and is in its own format)
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Teacher: Victoria Hilt Lesson Title and Grade LevelTeacher: Victoria Hilt Lesson Title and Grade Level
Lesson Topic: Comparing the life of ancient Roman teenagers to current American teenagers
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Dbq the Green Revolution whap/Napp Rules for the dbq on the College Board World History Advanced Placement ExaminationDbq the Green Revolution whap/Napp Rules for the dbq on the College Board World History Advanced Placement Examination
During the reading period, students may take notes but not start writing the essay
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Practice dbq: us foreign policy, 1930-1941Practice dbq: us foreign policy, 1930-1941
You must have a strong thesis, coherent development of your ideas, and many specific details to earn a high score. Do not limit yourself to items from the documents. You must show that you have knowledge of the period or era
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Jim Crow Laws WebquestJim Crow Laws Webquest
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Apush syllabus Mr. Johnson Hopewell High School Fall 2014 – Spring 2015Apush syllabus Mr. Johnson Hopewell High School Fall 2014 – Spring 2015
Apush at Hopewell High School. This course examines the evolution of the American republic from the initial European incursion into North America to the present
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