Tesler- I live in Kansas, and obviously have NO clue who you are. Thanks for blogging for your class, and therefore, students everywhere.
I appreciate you! And your countdown! Tesler, I too do not know you, but your packets and notes have helped me so much that I just need say thank you. You're obviously doing a better job than my teacher is doing. Hello from California! Tesler, Youre cram packet is helping me a lot to study for my finals this week, however, I couldn't access your study packet. If you would please repost, it would be very helpful. This is fascinating. The idea is that it supports easy vertical scanning.
Thank you so much for posting this. I live in IL and do not know you, but I love the review packet.Reconstruction and 1876: Crash Course US History #22
Thanks for putting it online for everyone, you're a teacher who seems to go above and beyond for helping kids way out of your own school district. But still. Always good to find new studying resources.
I am here in Texas, my teacher is a AP reader so I feel like I have the writing portion of my exam down. However, I am stressing about all the content that im going to be tested over. I'm so excited to have found your cram packet!
Thank you so much for helping not only your students, but students all over the country officially cram for this terrifying test! Hello from Queens, New York! You are genuinely awesome Mr. I do not know who you are, but I appreciate the work you have posted on your blog.
Thank you for the help you have provided and I hope that the materials I absorbed from your packets will prove useful on tomorrow's AP US History Exam. Once again, thank you for the big help! Best, D. Thank you so much for these notes! My teacher is a great teacher, but I need a review of everything the night before and obviously my teacher can't do that!
I don't know who you are but I do know that my APUSH teacher has done an awful job preparing and motivating and encouraging his students with his unhelpful course full of half hearted lectures and borrowed prezis and I thank you for creating this packet and helping me prepare myself for this test more than he ever will.It is the largest time period in the new curriculum Good luck! Everyday he is totes amaze. Ha, ha, yes, I am 33 and should not be talking like my students. Thanks again, Adam!
Lol…Studying for my test tommorow, noticed its been exactly a year since your comment. Your basically the person whos been getting me an A in the class. Its quite amazing for what you do! Your videos are simply amazing!! The entire year, I have been struggling with new style Multiple Choice Questions.
I am doing fine in all other parts but Multiple Choice Questions with the passage is very hard. Do you have any tips for me that I can follow to improve my skill? My teachers say that the problem is due to Language English is my 3rd Language. Hi Rakhska, thanks for the kind words and your support, I appreciate it.
That is so cool! Anyway, what I would do is spend a lot of time looking at practice questions. There are not a lot out unfortunately, but Learnerator.
A lot of question stems repeat themselves, so if you can become familiar with what they are asking, hopefully that will help you out. Good luck the rest of the year. I admire that you are challenging yourself so much in your 3rd language. You will go far in life. Thanks again! Thats soo cool! Nice to know somebody else like this.
I have a very similar situation to yours, and understand what the struggle is. I have been doing okay in the class, but my biggest problem is the prompt based questions. I have been looking for more practice questions online, but there are simply not enough of them!
Thank you for the videos!! Thank you!!! I was wondering it you could give a shout out to Erika Niniman she is my history teacher and she is crazy about you she post comments on all of your videos.
Thanks for doing this! I hope that 7. You are such a great resource for the students!! Adam, not sure someone already posted. They go from 7. R PS Thanks again for your hard work. Please let any of us know if we can ever help you! Thanks for letting me know, I just fixed it. Not sure where 6.Review sheets can be an important tool for teachers and students alike. They provide students with guiding questions that help them think more deeply and critically as well as prepare them for assessments.
But…… they can also be frustrating. Students sometimes need to have things explained to them again in order to properly answer questions. Even worse, students often leave their notes or books in school that could help them complete the review sheet. All students need is access to a computer, or any device that can connect to the internet. Any student can find Internet access. When students are completing these review sheets, answers they may not know are at their fingertips.
Students have to know how to interpret documents and apply that information. Each period review sheet has several documents associated with that time period e. Many of these documents have other analysis questions to further break down the document. These review sheets are in Microsoft Word format.
Teachers, this means you can edit the questions, if need be, to best fit your classroom and students! Furthermore, if your school uses Google Classroomyou can convert the review sheets into Google Docsand assign one to each student. Is your school currently not a Google Classroom school? No problem! Periods 6 — 9 Review Sheets: Click Here.
All images contained in the documents are part of the public domain. I hope you find these review sheets as helpful as I and my students have.Click here to learn more. Europeans and American Indians maneuvered and fought for dominance, control, and security in North America, and distinctive colonial and native societies emerged. British imperial attempts to reassert control over its colonies and the colonial reaction to these attempts produced a new American republic, along with struggles over the new nation's social, political, and economic identity.
The new republic struggled to define and extend democratic ideals in the face of rapid economic, territorial, and demographic changes. As the nation expanded and its population grew, regional tensions, especially over slavery, led to a civil war—the course and aftermath of which transformed American society.
The transformation of the United States from an agricultural to an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society brought about significant economic, political, diplomatic, social, environmental, and cultural changes. An increasingly pluralistic United States faced profound domestic and global challenges, debated the proper degree of government activism, and sought to define its international role.
After World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities while struggling to live up to its ideals. As the United States transitioned to a new century filled with challenges and possibilities, it experienced renewed ideological and cultural debates, sought to redefine its foreign policy, and adapted to economic globalization and revolutionary changes in science and technology.
Begin your journey through US history with the videos, timelines, and primary sources below. Period 1: Period 2: Period 3: Period 4: Period 5: Period 6: Period 7: Period 8: Period 9: Present.Good luck! If you would like to download a Fill-in-the-Blank Guide for the video, click here: Encomiendas.
Hi there! These are fantastic! Thank you so much! I have been directing people to your site too. Yes, I will have all the key concepts for each time period, as well as many of the topics specifically mentioned. Furthermore, I hope to have videos for the themes as well before the exam in May.
Shout out Mrs. Are you still planning to ever do the themes? Yes, I will have them up by the end of this year. Man what you are doing here is awesome stuff and is really going to help me bring the best out in the kids with their ability to review this!
Thank you. I will have more videos out next week and throughout the school year, so please check back often. Thank you! This is great work. As a 2nd year AP teacher with 2 other preps, this was a lifesaver! Thank you for putting these together! I was just looking for a way to review before my period 1 exam tomorrow and I am so, so glad I stumbled upon these!
Hey Mr. Norris, thanks for the great work! A heads up that the video posted under 1. Thanks for using my website, I really appreciate it. Another teacher mentioned about the video being different.
Thank you so much for these! Loved these videos. This helped alot, thank you!!!! Thank you so much and I will make sure to tell the rest of my APUSH class about these videos once school starts again! Merry Christmas! Hey, your videos are super helpful as I have a final on periods tomorrow and honestly I was super scared but I just played your videos, relaxed, and I actually retained quite a bit of information!
Please continue these videos! Youre doing Gods work my friend! Your videos and fill in the blank outlines are amazing. Your youtube videos on the chapters have helped me throughout the school year, and I will continue to use this website to study in may.
Thanks so much, keep doing what you are doing! Thank you so much for the videos.Well, the same goes for studying. How you study can be just as important as what you study. Find what works for you and incorporate those activities into your daily study routine.
Time yourself and total your score upon completion.
Not only is this a great way to get an idea of what the actual test will be like, practice tests also give you areas to focus on while studying! They are a quick and easy way to monitor your study progress. There are quizzes available for APUSH chapters, historical events, people and vocabulary — if you are looking for something specific, chances are there is a quiz for it! Use quizzes to focus on individual concepts and target your studying. Like quizzes, flashcards provide a speedy way to review material.
Make your own sets with information catered directly to your needs, or study from one of the thousands of APUSH sets already available online. Even better, some of the sites keep track of your scores so you can tell how accurately you know information.
You can easily see what areas you need more work on, and which you already know well! Your personal notes and outlines from class will most likely be your best bet for review, but if you ARE looking to supplement them, there are great options online. Some of the sites listed below contain more than just chapter notes; they are also useful resources for essay practice, quizzes and interactive study activities.
Fortunately, if you have been attending class regularly, you are more prepared for the APUSH exam than you might realize.
AP US History Curriculum: Period 7 (1890 – 1945)
Your chapter notes and reviews from class are valuable study resources. Refer to them often while you study! Then divide that time by the 9 historical time periods you need to review before test time. This helps establish how many days you have to study each individual time period. For example, if there are two weeks remaining before you take your test, your study calendar could look something like this:.
Days Practice written portions of the testincluding short answerDBQ and long essay. Day Take the day off and relax before your test.
APUSH Exam Review Sheet
Make sure you review…. With only a short time left until your exam, make the most of the time you spend studying.Hopefully you will find this helpful. If you need anything during this time, please feel free to reach out to me at Adam Apushreview. I also have 10 minute reviews of each of the nine periods.
AP US History Curriculum: Period 1 (1491 – 1607)
Good luck! This week is homecoming week, so I will be giving less homework to students since there are so many activities they are involved in each night. The only other time I do this is the week of the musical in early March. AP World is taking up a lot of my time. Students began class by taking the vocab quiz on period 1.
For the next ten minutes, I reviewed the PowerPoint for video 4. I then introduced students to an activity that we will be doing often this year, mindmaps or sketchnotes. I gave the students a list of topics from Period 1 and they will illustrate the terms. As students were working on their mindmaps, I called students over to conference in small groups. I reviewed big ideas from Period 1 with them and we went over some practice multiple-choice questions. HW for tomorrow: Study for period 1 quiz Have a good night!
Ferguson Period 6 In 10 Minutes.