AP WORLD HISTORY AND PRE AP WORLD HISTORY WORK FOR SAWYERS’ CLASSES

This is where you will be able to find out about work to do from March 9. On our last class meeting each week, take a photo of your completed work and send it to my email at ucriverside98@yahoo.com so that I can give you credit in the gradebook. We will be following a regular schedule so make sure you log in on time for class so that we can review old work and explain some of the assignments. 

Link to the online textbook chapter for work starting on April 20. Like before be patient as this part will take some time to load on your computer. The download is an entire World History book in PDF so I might take a bit of time. If you save the book on your computer once it downloads it will be much faster the next time.

March 9 - Click here for some class notes that deal with work you will do this week. On page 758, define the terms under "People, Places, and Events."
March 10 - Click here for class notes on the immediate causes of World War I. On page 760 answer questions 1-2. On page 761 answer questions 2-3 under "Main Ideas." You will have to read some of the chapter to answer these questions, and the class notes may help you as well. 
March 11 - On page 762 define the terms under "Content Vocabulary" and "Academic Vocabulary".
March 12 - Pre-AP World answer any student questions about week's work, then submit week's work by email to teacher (3 assignments). Click here for a link to submit work.
March 13 - AP World answer any student questions about week's work, then submit week's work by email to teacher (3 assignments). Click here for a link to submit work.

March 16 - Click here for class notes about this week's work. On page 766 answer questions 1-2 about the sinking of the cruise ship Lusitania. Then on page 768 answer questions 1-2 about the world-wide flu outbreak of 1918.
March 17 - On page 769 answer questions 2-4 under "Main Ideas." for question 4 draw a diagram like shown and then add the ways in which the U.S. government increased it's powers during the war. You will have to look back in the chapter to find these. Click here for some class notes that may help you find some answers.
March 18 - On pages 775 and 776 answer questions 1-2 about the Russian Revolution (4 total questions). Click here for a short reading about Russia then answer questions 1-4 at the bottom of the page. 
March 19 - Pre-AP World answer student questions about the week's work. Then, submit week's work by email to teacher (4 assignments). Click here to send work.
March 20 - AP World History answer student questions about the week's work. Then, submit week's work by email to the teacher (4 assignments). Click here to send work.

March 23 - Click here to review some class notes about the end of World War I.  Define the terms on page 778.
March 24 - Answer questions 1-2 on page 782. Also, review the notes from March 23 and answer the following questions -- 1. What did England and France want from Germany after World War I? 2. What did the United States want after World War I?
March 25 - On page 783 under Main Ideas answer question 2. Using the online book or the notes from March 23, point out a problem with each of the ideas that Wilson had for peace for all nations.
March 26 - Pre-AP World turn in work from the week. Click here to send me either photographs or an attachment from this week. (3 assignments).
March 27 - AP World turn in the work from this week. Click here to email me your work using either a photograph or a computer attachment. (3 assignments)

March 30 - Click here for some class notes on the U.S. immediately after World War I. On page 790 define the terms under People, Places, and Events.
March 31 - Answer questions 1-2 on page 793. Also on page 795 draw a diagram to answer question 3. Click here for some notes on the causes of the Great Depression or read in the online text to fill in your diagram.
April 1 - On page 796, define the terms under People, Places, and Events.
April 2 - On page 801, look at the map and then answer questions 1-2. Also on page 802 look at the famous painting by Pablo Picasso and then answer questions 1-2. The painting is referring to the violence in the Spanish Civil War leading to the start of World War II. Pre-AP World email me this week's work for credit. 
April 3 - Answer any questions about the week's work and then email me your work so I can give you credit in the grade book. 

April 6 - No school.
April 7 - Define all of the terms on page 804.
April 8 - Read the short passage from the Hitler Youth and scroll to pages 15 and 16. Look at the propaganda pictures and posters and answer questions 1 - 4.
April 9 - Pre AP World click here to email me this week's work. 
April 10 - AP World click here to email me this week's work.

April 13 - On page 807 read the short passage and answer questions 1-2. Also on page 811 read the text and answer questions 1-2.
April 14 - Look at the picture and read the passage on 813. Answer questions 1-2. Also read the short passage and answer questions 1-2 about changes in mass culture on page 814.
April 15 - Click here to get a list of questions from the last few days. Use the online text or your previous assignments to answer the questions.
April 16 - Pre-AP World answer any question from this week's work. Click here to send me your work from this week.
April 17 - AP World answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to send me your work from this week. 

April 20 - Read page 915 to 919 about event leading to the start of World War II. 
April 21 - Define the name and terms on 915.
April 22 - Look at the maps on 917 and answer questions 1-2. Answer questions 4-5 on page 919.
April 23 - Pre-AP answer all questions from week's work. Click here to submit work from this week.
April 24 - AP World History answer all questions from week's work. Click here to submit work for this week.

April 27 - Define the names and terms on 925.
April 28 - Read pages 925 - 928 about the start of World War II.
April 29 - Define the names and terms on 931.
April 30 - Answer any questions from week's work. Click here to submit work.
May 1 - No school.

May 4 - No school.
May 5 - No school.
May 6 - Read pages 931 - 932. On 933 look at the map and answer questions 1-2. 
May 7 - Define the names and terms on page 935.
May 8 - Define the names and terms on page 940.
May 9 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to send me this week's work for credit.

AP World History, here is a short three page review that covers the entire semester. Another good resource is a Worldipedia website that briefly explains the AP World History test and then has links to the key concepts covered on the test (includes key words, people, maps, and other useful information.

May 11 - Pre-AP World go to page 944 and look at the map about the Allied invasion of Europe to fight Germany. Answer questions 1-2. Also define the names and terms on page 947.
AP World History - click on the Worldipedia website above and go to the Key Concept 2.2. Using the information on that page, click here for a list of questions to answer that will help you review for the AP exam.

May 12 - Pre-AP World read page 945 - 947. On page 946 you will read about the U.S. using the atomic bomb against Japan to end World War I. Answer question 1 on that page. Then on page 947 answer questions 3-5 under main ideas.
AP World History - click on the Worldipedia website above and go to the Key Concept 3.2. Using that page, click here for a list of questions to answer that will help you review for the AP exam.

May 13 - Pre-AP World look at the chart on page 949 and answer questions 1-2. Then on page 951 answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas.
AP World - click on the Worldipedia website above and go to the Key Concept 4.1. Using that page, click here for a list of questions to answer that will help you review for the AP exam.

May 14 - Pre-AP answer any questions from week's work. Click here to email your work from this week.

May 15 - AP World History - click on the Worldipedia website above and go to Key Concept 4.2. Then click here for a list of questions that will help you to review for the AP Exam. When done, click here to email me your work from this week. 

May 18 - Read pages 994 to 998. On 998 look at the map and answer questions 1-2. Also do the names and terms on 1003.
May 19 - Read pages 999-1003. On 1003 answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas.
May 20 - Do the names and terms on 1004.
May 21 - Read pages 1004-1008.
May 22 - Answer any questions from the week. Submit work from the week. 

May 25 - Look at the map on page 1005 and answer questions 1-2. Also do the names and terms on page 1009.
May 26 - On page 1011 read the section on economic differences among Asian nations. Answer questions 1-2.
May 27 - Do the names and terms on page 1012.
May 28 - Read pages 1012 - 1014. Look at the map on page 1014 and answer questions 1-2.
May 29 - Answer any questions from week's work. Submit work from the week.

June 1 - Names and terms on page 1017.
June 2 - Read pages 1018 to 1020. On page 1018 look at the map and answer questions 1-2.
June 3 - On page 1020 read the arguments about the Arab-Israeli conflict and answer questions 1-2. 
June 4 - Names and terms on 1023.
June 5 - Answer any questions from week's work. Submit week's work.

June 8 - Read pages 1021 to 1023. Answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas. 
June 9 - Answer any questions from week's work. Turn in week's work.
June 10 - Look at the map on page 1025. Answer questions 1-2. Read page 1024 to 1027. Under main ideas answer questions 3-5.
June 11 - Define the names and terms on page 1033. Read pages 1033 and 1034.
June 12 - Answer any questions from weeks sork. Submit week's work.

June 15 - Look at the map on page 1035. Answer questions 1-2. Look at the graph on page 1036 and answer questions 1-2.
June 16 - Look at the cartoon on page 1037 and answer questions 1-2. Under Main Ideas on page 1039 answer questions 3-5.
June 17 - Define the names and terms on page 1040. 
June 18 - On page 1045 answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas.
June 19 - Answer any questions from week's work. Turn in week's work.