Here is the reading guide for chapter 21. This is labeled ch 18, but it is for chapter 21. Disregard the pages. The maps are on page 481 and 332. This reading guide is credited to Ms. Hou from RGHS.
Here is the Ch 19 reading guide. This is aid in the chapter and help with quizzes, tests, and essays. This reading guide is credited to Ms. Hou from RGHS.
Here is the reading guide for Ch. 18. This reading is for your use. Use this to help with the readings and prepare questions. This reading guide is credited to Ms. Hou from RGHS.
Please be able to discuss the following questions, in class.
What technological innovations made the global domination of the West possible?
Define the terms “core area” and “dependent zone.”
How did British and French North America differ from other European colonies?
What were the results of the creation of a world economy?
Here is a reading guide that will help you with the chapter. This reading guide is credited to Ms. Hou from RGHS.
Here is the note sheet for readings on State Building, 1.4 and 1.5.
Please watch each video and take notes.
Heian Period in Japan
A fun way to learn the Chinese Dynasties.
The Silk Road
This update takes effect IMMEDIATELY. We want to take a moment and update you on the AP World policy on late work. All work is due on the date that was assigned by the teacher. Any work that is turned in after the due date will lose 25%. That means the most you would get on a 100 point assignment would be 75 points.
You are able to in your work at any point for grading up to the next Unit Exam. Once the Unit Exam has been given, no work from that unit will be accepted unless prior arrangements were made with the instructor.
To recap, work is due on the assigned due date. Late work will be worth 75% of the possible points. Late work can be submitted at any point prior to the Unit Exam. There will be no late work accepted after the Unit Exam.
On last note, late work will be graded, there is no guarantee when it will be graded, but it will be graded. Do not expect immediate grading with late work.
If you have any further questions, please contact your AP World teacher.