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HISTORY 751000 AP World History

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    Aug 07, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I would highly recommend students to take AP World History. This course covers history from 8000 BCE until present time. You get to learn about other interesting cultures and religions. Along with learning history you will also learn how to manage your time since taking this course requires you to read atleast 30 pages each day.

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    The timeline of AP World History is pretty long, starting from 8000 BCE until present time. You start by learning about the paleolithic and neolithic eras as well as the early civilizations. Next you move on to post classical world in which you will be introduced to amazing developments in the Islamic, Europe and Armenian Worlds. Then you will learn about the Early Modern Era and Industrialization. Finally, you will spend some time discussing about present topics. Your teacher might do a Mock United Nations Conference as a final.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    In order to succeed in this college level class will be not procrastinating at all. You will be required to read atleast 30 pages on top of additional assignments you teacher gives you. You have to know how to manage your time. A study tip I would like students to know for taking this course in particular would be outlining what they read and then highlighting important things/statements such as dates, places, names etc. This will really help you when you study for the unit test.

    • Summer 2016
    • Katharina Felts
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