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  • APUSH Summer Assignment The foundation of United States history is the colonization effort from Europe.  Over the summer, your assignment is to become familiar with the expectations of the AP US History Course as well as to learn and understand the trials and tribulations that the early peoples of America faced, both native and European.  You need to understand from where both sides were coming and why they did the things they did.  In order to accomplish this, you must know and understand the names and events that were important during this era. Your summer reading assignment involves the following:Become familiar with the College Board and the AP US History Course by visiting the College Board website for AP US History (https ...
    Posted Jun 12, 2019, 12:58 PM by Cherie Countryman
  • Submit your final Review Project Proposal! The 6th Six Weeks Review Project proposal form is ready to use!  Proposals are due by May 17th and projects are due May 17th & 20th.  Remember topics are first come first serve so propose your project as soon as possible.  This six weeks we will cover anything in history including your family history if you'd like to share.  Try to come up with the most fun, most creative, best project ever to end the year off right!  Click HERE to submit your proposal! Click here for the 6th Six Weeks Review Project RubricClick here for a Menu of project ideas
    Posted May 16, 2019, 9:40 AM by Cherie Countryman
  • Get ready for your AP US History Exam Friday May 10th! The AP US History Exam is Friday May 10th.  Everyone should be registered and ready to go!  Show up at 8am on the 3rd Floor to check in and be in the classroom ready to test by 8:45.  Make sure you get a good breakfast and are well rested.  Any last minute cramming needs to end before 10pm the evening before.  No matter how much you study, a tired brain cannot function correctly for this exam.  Bring 2 No. 2 pencils and 2 pens in blue or black ink.  The test includes:Part 1: 55 multiple choice questions (55 minutes)3 out of 4 Short Answer Questions (45 minutes)Part II: 1 Document Based Question (DBQ) (60 minutes)1 ...
    Posted May 6, 2019, 8:19 PM by Cherie Countryman
  • Extra Credit Opportunity: AP Prep Session Our first Saturday Prep Session will be held this Saturday March 30th from 8:30-1:00pm at Conrad High School!  This will count as a replacement grade for any "classwork/homework" daily grade this six weeks, so not only is it an excellent extra credit opportunity it's also GREAT for REVIEW. The end of the six weeks is nearing so this is a great opportunity to make up a missing or low grade as well as review for the six weeks exam.Please register using this link:  http://tinyurl.com/2019socialstudiesprepsession2
    Posted Mar 25, 2019, 1:15 PM by Cherie Countryman
  • Submit your proposal for the 5th Six Weeks Review Project The 5th Six Weeks Review Project proposal form is ready to use!  Proposals are due by March 26th & April 1st and projects are due April 2nd & 8th.  Remember topics are first come first serve so propose your project as soon as possible.  This six weeks we will cover 1929- the present.  See the topic outline on the back of the instructional calendar for ideas. Click HERE to submit your proposal! Click here for the 5th Six Weeks Review Project RubricClick here for the 5th Six Weeks Topic OutlineClick here for a Menu of project ideas
    Posted Mar 25, 2019, 12:58 PM by Cherie Countryman
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