Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.

 
 


 

 

 

 

Mr. B. Derryberry

 

AP World Marble Dual Enrollment

History
School Email: derryberrb1@duvalschools.org 
   Room: PE 12

Class Expectations:   Class Expectations.doc

 

 

Each Chapter in PDF Format:

 http://my.ccsd.net/userdocs/documents/sDI9oscWSnEhlZSZ.pdf

 

     AP World History

Textbook site: http://college.cengage.com/history/world/bulliet/earth_peoples/3e/students/index.html 

             

Term Sheet:  Term Sheet blank.doc  

SPRITE Document:  SPRITE.doc  

 

Must Know Dates:  APWH Must Know Dates.doc  

   

 World Regions Map for Notebookhttp://apworld.mrsburnside.org/images/maps/APregionsMap.jpg

 

Map Review  for Foundations

http://universityhigh.webs.com/maps.htm 

 

Review Maps:  AP World History Reviews - Map Shots.pdf  

   

 

4th Nine Weeks

Class Critique:  Class Critique.docx     

 


 Year End Cram Packets

Foundations -600 ce  Foundations Packet.pdf  

600 - 1450  600-1450 Packet.pdf  

1450 - 1750  1450-1750 Packet.pdf  

1750 - 1900  1750-1914 packet.pdf  

1900 - Present  1914-present Packet.pdf  

 

Key Concepts by Periodization

Foundations   KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod1Key.pdf  

 

to 600 c.e.  KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod2Key.pdf  

 

600-1450   KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod3Key.pdf  

 

1450-1750   KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod4Key.pdf  

 

1750-1900   KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod5Key.pdf  

 

1900-now    KeyConceptsStudyGuidePeriod6Key.pdf    

 

2002 AP Exam   2002 AP Exam.ppt    

 

Essay Writing Toolbox Toolbox gif

  

National History Day: Building a Thesis:
Writting a Thesis, making an Argument  
 Indiana University site on Writing:
 
the 10 Commandments Suggestions:
 
AP Rubrics:
CCOT:  CCOT Rubric.pdf  
Compare and Contrast:  Compare_Contrast Rubric.pdf  
DBQ Football:  AP Success BTHS.ppt    


What does a Trillion Dollars Look Like?  What does one TRILLION dollars look like.ppt  
 
Dual Enrollment World History
Embry Riddle Application:  APP_Duval_County-1.pdf  
 
Strayer
 
 

 Year End Cram Packets

Foundations -600 ce  Foundations Packet.pdf  

600 - 1450  600-1450 Packet.pdf  

1450 - 1750  1450-1750 Packet.pdf  

1750 - 1900  1750-1914 packet.pdf  

1900 - Present  1914-present Packet.pdf  

 

Current Assignments 

 

 
 

4th Nine Weeks

 

Class Critique:  Class Critique.docx  

 

 WTTC Ch.6 Assignment: Read ch. 6, there will be a class discussion for points and a closed book test in two weeks. Define: monetarization and homogenization.

  

 

  Ch. 23 Outline  Strayer Ch 23 outline.doc    

 

 

WTTC Ch. 7 assignment:  WTTC Ch 7 review.docx 

 

 

 

WTTC Ch. 7 Review

 

 

In Chapter 7 our authors explain how the Industrial Revolution began and how it ran its course.  Be sure you can explain how trade is connected to industrialization (raw, materials, labor, transportation, markets, etc.). A god place to start is to analyze the quote, “Without slavery, no cotton, without cotton, no modern industry.”

 

 

Why do the British win at this game? Who was Nicholas Loney and how did he transform the industry of the Philippines? Why did China and Japan replace India as the leading producer of cloth? How did New England use its disadvantages to transform to an early industrial power?

   

     

 

Forms of Imperialism 

 

New Imperialism 

 

Imperial Control

Class Expectations:  Class Expectations.doc  

 

Course Outline:  Ways of the World_ Course Outline..doc  

 

SPRITE Chart:   SPRITE the following.doc       
 
Term Sheet:   Term Sheet blank.doc  
 
Must Know Dates:  Must_Know_Dates.pdf  
 
Review maps:  AP World History Reviews - Map Shots.pdf        
  
 

  

          

  Go Eagles!

 

PAXON School for Advanced Studies 2013 - 2014

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 Jacksonville, Florida 32254-1766 

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