We will be back on a normal bell schedule tomorrow. In the AP US History course, I will deliver the final lecture tomorrow and we will have the periods 8-9 term quiz on Friday. The Whole Enchilada Test will be moved to Tuesday 28 April. Wednesday, we will sit for a Long Essay, and there will be a DBQ on next Thursday and Friday.
In IB History Year 2, we will have a second practice Paper 1 tomorrow and Friday. In IB History Year 1, we will have an entire practice Paper 2 tomorrow and Friday.
Thanks, everyone, for your flexibility as we deal with a difficult testing schedule. Next week is supposed to be normal.
I have just posted study guides for the imminent semester exams in all classes. You will find them on the course pages on my website. Happy studying!
Schedules for the second nine weeks are posted on the course websites for all classes.
To the AP US History class–I am cancelling the 20th Century Test. The Whole Enchilada test will still be given a week from tomorrow.
This is for the absent students in the AP US History class. I have revised the questions for the Washington and Du Bois primary sources, and posted them on the AP US History website. Please answer these questions instead of the ones handed out in class.
For those who will not be in class today due to weather, the discussion of the Washington and Du Bois documents will still be held tomorrow. The second period class did not receive the Du Bois response to the Atlanta Compromise speech, so here is the link: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/40
Have a safe and productive day.
I have uploaded the third nine weeks’ schedules on the AP US History and IB History of the Americas course websites. I have also uploaded the early Cold War term list and review questions, and John Lewis Gaddis reading questions, to the IB Contemporary History website. The IB Contemporary History third nine week schedule will be uploaded by tomorrow morning.