AP World History: Modern Primer

As suggested by its name, AP World History: Modern covers many, many concepts. Give your student a head-start on the major themes and skills necessary to succeed!

Locations: Online, Burlingame, Lafayette, Los Altos,  Los Gatos, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Carlos, San Jose, San Mateo, Saratoga, Willow Glen, Woodside.

Cost: $100/hr – $120/hr

Recommended hours: 10.5-13.5

Goals:

  • Give students a strong foundation in the content of the class
  • Bolster critical AP World History: Modern skills such as note-taking, essay-writing, reading, and historical thinking
  • Help students complete any summer reading and writing exercises assigned by their teachers

To Enroll Call (650) 331-3251/ (408) 345–5200

 
 
 

Course Description:

The AP World History: Modern test covers the most breadth of any of the AP History Tests. The summer bridge program is here to help students master the skills they’ll need to tackle the class and the AP Test. We’ll work on building a basic foundation of content knowledge while also exploring techniques for note-taking, research, memorization and analytical essay writing.

 

AP World History Primer Topics:

We will select and teach the topics that will best match your student’s level and interest and build a personally tailored curriculum from these sample lessons.

Historical Skills

Note-taking, essay writing, assessing bias and sources, and how historians know what they know… and what they don’t.

Global Beginnings

Early societies, from river valley civilizations across the world to nomadic groups.

World Religions

The growth, spread, and interrelations of the major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism.

Physical Factors

Geography, climate, and the conditions that make trade, habitation, or communication more or less difficult.

Political Power

The ways and whys of how humans organize themselves and manage political organization.

Economic Explanations

An introduction to basic economic principles and the typical trajectories of trade.

Social Stratifications

The categories of class, caste, race, gender and their historical precedents and problems.

Looking Ahead

The bridge covers topics from the early stages of history, but will cast forward into the ‘future,’ preparing the students for the class.

Make the Most of the Summer!

Students who stay actively engaged in the learning process during the summer perform better during the school year.

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