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Last reply by: Kathleen Etzel
Wed Oct 14, 2015 5:37 PM

Post by Christine Park on August 1, 2015

Is there any way I can download the slides?

Themes, Part I

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  • Intro 0:00
  • AP World History Is About 0:30
    • Interaction
    • Comparison
    • Change And Continuity
    • Thinking Skills
    • Evidence Based Communication Skills
    • Understanding Others In Their Own Terms
    • Riding Fine Line Between Content And Skills
  • AP History Redesign 6:03
    • Less Memorization, More Learning And Thinking Skills
    • Dig Deep In Some Areas
  • AP World History Themes 8:21
    • Theme
    • Something That Permeates The Whole
    • Something That Is Repeated
    • Something That Ties The Larger Work Together
    • More Implicit Than Explicit
    • Theme Determined
    • Listen To data
    • Propose
    • Debate
    • For Now (Open To Revision)
    • Repeat
    • Example: How Do You Know A Dog When You See One?
    • Clues In The Background
    • Overriding Theme
    • Start, Going Someplace?
  • Overarching Theme 13:25
    • Better?
    • Worse?
    • World Historians Are Leery
  • Theme I 15:16
    • Humans Interact With Environment
  • I. Humans Interact With The Environment 15:30
    • Demography And Disease
    • Disease- Especially Epidemic
    • Migration
  • Why Are There People Everywhere 17:29
  • I. Humans Interact With The Environment 18:05
    • Patterns Of Settlement
    • Technology
  • Technology 18:28
    • Stirrup
  • Theme II 19:02
    • Development And Interaction Of Cultures
  • II. Development And Interaction Of Cultures 20:35
    • Religions
  • Religions 20:41
  • II. Development And Interaction Of Cultures 21:04
    • Philosophies And Ideologies
  • Theme III 22:27
    • State Building, Expansion, And Conflict
  • III. State Building, Expansion, And Conflict 23:02
    • Political Structures And Forms Of Governance
    • Empires
    • Nations And Nationalism
    • Revolutions
    • Regional, Trans-regional
  • UN General Assembly Hall 23:50
  • AP World History Themes 24:27