Sunday, April 21, 2013

Review materials (Updated)

Here are some resources to help you study.


APUSH Terms (150 terms)
AP Key Terms (533 terms)
Supreme Court Cases flashcards  
Art, Literature and Culture flashcards
Visual Art Flashcards

Don't forget, your book has online flashcards as well!

Other online resources:

1. APUSH Review Terms.  (444 terms to know)
2. AP Study Notes (Outlines of each era)
3. Era Principles (Summarizes the main idea of each historical era)
4. Important Supreme Court Cases (2 pages. Lists cases and describes importance)
5. Political Parties (5 pages. Lists the different political parties throughout history and their ideas)
6. Presidential Doctrines (Important presidential doctrines and their significance)
7. AP Quizzes (This site has over 50 quizzes you can take over AP-related material)
8. Giant AP Review (This 76 page review was put together by students at Horace Greeley High School in New York. )
9. APUSH Notecards (This site has several notecards that can be printed out to help you study)
10. US History Outline (This page has brief descriptions of each period in US History)

Monday, April 15, 2013

Schedule April 15-19

Monday, April 15

Japanese-American Internment; Diplomacy during World War II

Tuesday, April 16

Manhattan Project.  Beginning of the Cold War

Wednesday, April 17

Cold War of the 1950s.

Thursday, April 18

Cold War of the 1960s

Friday, April 19

The Civil Rights Movement

Thursday, April 11, 2013

APUSH Review Sessions

Reading Schedule

You should have the following chapters read by the dates below.  You can be quizzed any time on these chapters.

April 12:  Chapter 28 (AMSCO Chapter 25)
April 17:  Chapter 29 (AMSCO Chapters 26-27)
April 23:  Chapter 30 (AMSCO Chapter 28)
April 30:  Chapters 31, 32, 33  (AMSCO  29-30)

Terms Test (100 terms from both semesters):  May 1

First Cumulative Exam:  May 8
Second Cumulative Exam:  May 13

AP Test:  May 15

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Updated Keys

I have updated the keys to include the Ch 24 reading guide and the reading guide on the 1920s (I don't think I collected that reading guide).