APWH: The Causes of World War I

March 31, 2020

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Everything that we’ve been discussing leading up to the start of this unit is a contributing cause of World War I. Nationalism led to a belief that individual countries’ cultures were superior to their neighbors’. To prove how much better they are, they had to build up their militaries – especially Germany – and they […]

AP Seminar Rough Draft

March 30, 2020

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This is just a check-in for me to see where you are with your current research. I can’t offer you feedback on this, but it would still behoove you to send me more than a paragraph, especially since without being at school you *should* have some time to work on this paper. Please e-mail me […]

APWH: Please complete your LEQ

March 30, 2020

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Submit the LEQs via AP Classroom by 11:59 tonight if you have not already done so. Don’t forget, we have a Zoom meeting Thursday at 9:30. We’ve shifted to having these during a regular class schedule time to minimize conflict, so any future scheduled Zooms will be held then. Please be aware of the updated […]

AP Euro: Complete Your AP Classroom for Unit 3

March 30, 2020

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That’s it. That’s the assignment. Please have it submitted by 11:59 Tuesday night. Tomorrow I will have your LEQ posted. Be mindful of the extended chapter PowerPoint list on the distance learning master post. Also, keep asking/answering questions on the art crawl post as needed, and don’t forget the Zoom chat at 1:30 Thursday if […]

APWH LEQ

March 27, 2020

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The AP Exam will be 45 minutes long and written. Will it be several SAQs? Will it be an LEQ with a couple prompts for you to choose from? It’s a mystery until April 3rd. It’s basically like Mystery Kool-Aid at this point. For right now, we need to do LEQ practice anyway, so I’ve […]

APEH: Art, Literature, and Culture at the Turn of the Century

March 27, 2020

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The painting in the header image is one of Monet’s Water Lillies series, which is probably some of his most famous and identifiable artworks. The one I chose is the one housed at the St. Louis Art Museum, which is my personal happy place. It is a HUGE painting and it has its own room […]

AP Seminar: TED Talk

March 27, 2020

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As we head into the weekend, and into whatever else we’re heading in to, I know a lot of you are stressed and worried. I am too. I’m a news junky, and it’s tough for me to just check out and watch six hours of Schitt’s Creek like I should probably really be doing. It’s […]