The GST format in case you need a reminder
G: GENERAL STATEMENT about the topic
S: SPECIFIC STATEMENT about the topic
T: THESIS STATEMENT about the topic
You should be practicing this format during the break. Please look on the College Board website for the past AP* essay questions. You can for practice from the old exam questions and try to use the same format to write intros for some topics. Any ones that you do, feel free to bring them in and I will look at them.
Please use them to help write the essays for the analyze portion of the outlines.Paradigm Online Writing Assistant
This site contains so much information that will help you prepare for the AP* TEST. It has an AP* glossary, outlines, regional outlines, study questions and notes, notes and notes.
The AB Longman Stearns site offers students resources such as multiple choice questions, chapter outlines that summarize each chapter of an AP* textbook, and other helpful tools for you to study from
This site offers documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective. This site also has a search engine to help locate specific documents.
This site offers the world history timeline in almost complete context. You should take a look at this site to get a better assessment of some events that occurred at the same time.
The World Civilizations textbook is an AP* textbook that covers exactly what every AP* textbook covers. However, this book offers online supplements such as a glossary, multiple choice questions, true/false questions and many more helpful tools.
A helpful page that contains a lot of hints and tips on the AP* exam.
A textbook page that contains a lot of information on World History.
This site contains a number of the possible comparative essays that you might have to choose from. They are broken up into periods: foundations, 650-1450, 1450-1750, 1750-1914 and 1914 to the present.
Just another helpful site with AP* related material.
This site contains notes, readings, questions and other things to help you prepare for the AP* exam.
I think for this one the site name is self-explanatory.
This is a link that shows how the AP* test is broken down through the time periods.
This is a website that contains time lines of world history events, people and other things to help you memorize important dates.
This site contains maps of world wars throughout history.AP* World Politics
This is a helpful site that offers a look the classical civilizations of Rome, Greece, India, and China.
This site has some cool stuff like flashcards, interactive maps, a glossary of terms, primary sources and some other things that will add some depth to the topics we discuss in class. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE MULTIPLE CHOICE SECTION!!!! They are designed for the regents and offer four choices and not five, so they are not good for you to practice from.
This site offers primary sources in many topics and areas.
This NEW ADDITION is highly recommended because it is full of practice questions with the required five choices for every topic in AP* World. Its also got primary source links, study questions, essay quizzes, internet activities
This site is full of flash cards from all areas of world history. It can help build your AP* vocabulary!!!
This site has outlines for time periods, vocabulary, regional outlines, topic notes, unit notes, a glossary and study questions, all available to help better prepare!
This page is full of notes, ppt's and other resources that you should check out.
Here is a site containing notes from each area of world history.
This site has a silly name, but houses a lot of information. It breaks down world history into chapters and sub-chapters to make history more clear and concise. Its a great site for an overview of many topics.
The Virtual Library
This site contains a ton of information on numerous subjects that we will cover from pre-history to modern times.
This website is a link website that offers flashcards to so many topics throughout many AP* textbooks. PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT. You can create flash decks, print sheets for review and much more.
Chinese History Timeline
Self explanatory page!
This site contains a number of art exhibits that will help put a visual aspect to some of the areas we cover in class. (Thank you Ms. Hannah Edwards)
This is an AMAZING site with exhibits that are available on three floors. Search through the floors and click on the interactive map to see not only summarizing major topics but also pictures, maps and other information that can help you understand many AP* topics.
This site has a lot of review stuff from textbooks and a lot of helpful information.