Social Studies

AP World History Modern Unit 2 Review Networks of Exchange from c. 1200-c. 1450

We'll be going over Unit 2 of the AP World History curriculum to supplement what is (or is not) covered in the classroom. In addition, I will provide study tools and resources to help you better master the content.
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Class Experience

Students will improve their understanding of Unit 2 of AP World History (Networks of Exchange).
Students will identify key events and locations relating to trade during the time period 1200-1450.
Students will define key terms.
I have been teaching AP World History since 2011. In addition, for over a year, I have offered AP DBQ prep classes on Outschool (rated 5 stars) and there are also a handful of learners who I tutor on Outschool specifically in the area of AP World History (rated 5 stars.)
This is a one-session course, so there is no homework assigned.
No supplies are necessary
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Assessment will happen through automatic feedback in the multiple-choice format of the class. 
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
College Board AP World History Framework
Princeton Review
Barrons Review
5 Steps to a 5
Amsco AP World History Modern


Wendy Wawrzyniak
Lives in the United States
M.S. Education - 30+ yrs in the Classroom - I teach with infectious enthusiasm!
23 total reviews
62 completed classes

About Me

With 30+ years of teaching experience, I can pretty much teach anything to anyone! My students have ranged from beginners through AP (Advanced Placement) and IB (International Baccalaureate) high school students.  The majority of my experience is... 
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