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APWH &APEH: Reading is FUNdamental!

March 23, 2020


Today I would like you guys to take some time to get caught up on your reading schedules and whatever else you have to do for me – double check the master distance learning post for your reading and where you should be. APWH, please don’t forget that includes King Leopold’s Ghost. We will also […]

New College Board AP Exam Guidance

March 20, 2020


I know you got the e-mail; please stay on top of the College Board’s AP Exam changes and don’t forget to check back with them as they refine what in the world is going on. As far the class, a) I don’t know when we’ll be back (pandemics don’t exactly have a start and end […]

APEH: The Rise of Nationalism

March 20, 2020


Oh, boy, Nationalism! It’s the number one motivator for every country in Europe, but especially in Western Europe. What it breaks down to is this: Q. My country is better than your country in: a) industrial output b) colonization/imperialism c) military strength and size d) culture e) ALL OF THE ABOVE Obviously, they believed the […] Upcoming Q&A Sessions

March 19, 2020

1 limits free accounts to one 40 minute session daily with more than three guests, so I’m going to have to split this over three days. Please bring any questions that you need clarification on from the material you’ve received so far. The meeting will be chat only on your end, because I am recording […]

APEH: Social conservatism, Karl Marx and the rise of social protest

March 17, 2020


It’s time to get social (but please do NOT get social right now). Please look over chapter 21 and chapter 22‘s notes and add them to your notebooks as needed. It would also be good to read the chapters as well. If you get an error message on Chrome about Microsoft 365 being a malware […]

APEH: Industrial Revolution Working Conditions Readings/Documentary

March 13, 2020


If you were absent on Friday, this is the BBC Documentary on the Industrial Revolution that we viewed. Please read the following two documents: “Testimony for the Factory Act of 1833: Working Conditions in England” The Condition of the Working Class in England” – Engels Please in the comments (you can log in with your […]

Distance Learning Information

March 12, 2020


Please be mindful that you are responsible for ALL work assigned over the break and all submission on requested due dates. As I post new assignments for each of the classes, I will link to them here. Due dates will accompany the assignments and will also be posted on all class calendars. Please subscribe to […]