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AP Psych Test Re-Take/Make-Up

May 9, 2017

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REMEMBER: You can re-take one test. The re-take is MULTIPLE CHOICE ONLY. No essay portion will count. Test re-take day is Tuesday, May 16th. Your Zim/Vocab journals are due on Monday, May 15th. All of these will be graded and into Synergy before final exams. You WILL know you pre-final grade.  Please fill out this […]

AP World History On-Line Review Materials

May 8, 2017

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D-Day is Thursday. Yes, I know that I’ve said that if you don’t know it by now, you probably don’t know it at all – but there’s a difference between not knowing and just needing your memory jogged. Don’t study to learn new material for this exam; study to refresh what you know. Rice University’s […]

Mean Girls Essay

May 2, 2017

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I’ve mentioned quite a few times in class that Mean Girls perfectly illustrates multiple principles that we’ve covered this semester. Your job is to identify 10 terms from the textbook and give me ten examples of them from the movie. Each example is worth ahalf point for a 5 point extra credit assignment in the test category. This […]

AP Psychology Alternative Final

April 28, 2017

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You should have an 80% in the course to take an alternate the final exam, and you must’ve taken the AP Psychology exam. The highest grade that you can get on the alternative final is the grade that you have in the class going into it. Your grade on the final can still be lower than what […]

Post-Cold War Notes

April 27, 2017

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Here’s the rest of the course. Please make sure that you familiarize yourselves with this PowerPoint that goes along with the last chapter in your textbook. You’ve survived APWH in one semester. Well done! Post Cold War  

Crash Course: Globalization

April 27, 2017

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I mentioned these as key must watch Crash Course videos – please, do watch them. They not only are beneficial as far as the exam goes, they’ll also help you understand today’s world and the complicated stuff that you constantly are getting news alerts about on your phone.  

A Lesson in Racism

April 27, 2017

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Jane Elliot conducted the most famous experiment on racism and social conformity in history - on third graders. After the death of Martin Luther Jr. she wanted to show her students - who didn't understand the concept - exactly why people are intolerant of each other.