YouTube, reminder, calendar and strategy

New You Tube Videos

These are a series of three on the Black Plague:

… a humorous overview of such a terrible plague that wiped out a third of the world’s population.

As of yesterday you have two weeks before taking the National exam. Last minute to plan a good strategy.  Here is a brief idea on planning this strategy.

Friday 4/29 :Review all material on Foundation period up to 600 BCE
Sat. and Sun. 4/30-5/1 : Review all Material on the Classic Period – Greece, Rome, Han Early America’s, Persia , India etc
Monday-Tues  5/2-3 : Post Classic Period.  600-1450
Wes-Thurs. 5/4-5 : Early Modern Period 1450-1750
Fri-Sat. 5/6-7 : Modern Period 1750-1914 (Saturday Plan on coming to our weekend Review Session)
Sunday 5/8 : Contemporary 1914-1990 Review and Practice DBQ . Review those documents on the AP central Website
– Review and Practice , CCOT and C&C- Reviewing those documents on the AP central Website
Monday 5/9 : Review all material from Foundation to Early Modern Period
Tues. 5/10 : Review all material from the Modern Period to Contemporary.
Wed 5/11 : Last Practice exam- Work on weak spots…Get a good night sleep…craming will not help if you fall asleep during the exam.
Thursday 5/12: Take the National Exam


Items for the calendars this week.
1. Finish reading and taking notes in the CAP book for your second time through the material. This must be done..No excuses and everyone agreed to finish it on March 31st. We counted out how many pages everyone still needed to read and divided them by the number of days left in the week. Some had to read 6 pages a day while others 15 to 20.

2.  Organizing  notes into time period packets (One a day)

a. Foundation             8000 BCE to 600 CE
b. Post classic             600  to 1450    CE
c. Early Modern         1450-1750 CE
d. Modern                     1750-1914 CE
e. The Present Era      1914-Present

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