AP U.S. History Prep w/ Daniel Jocz #10 | Big Ideas in APUSH
The final session of BRI's APUSH review will cover the big ideas from the AP US History course. Content in this session will cover material from different units of the course and essential writing skills. Students are also welcome to ask any questions they still have!
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness is designed to meet the course needs of a yearlong U.S. History or AP U.S. History class. The history of the United States is presented through a series of narratives, primary sources, and point-counterpoint debates that invites students to participate in the ongoing conversation about the American experiment. The content is coupled with rigorous assessments that help students to develop historical thinking skills and reasoning processes.
AP U.S. History Prep w/ Daniel Jocz #1 | Unit 9 Review (1980 – Present)
Students will analyze the rise of the conservative movement. Students will utilize documents to understand how to craft a thesis statement, develop contextualization, and use evidence to support their DBQ. Items explored in this episode: secondary source, free response, and a full DBQ.
AP U.S. History Prep w/ Daniel Jocz #9 | Unit 1 Review (1491 – 1607)
This session will examine ways in which European colonization impacted the lives of American Indian communities. Students will learn strategies for answering SAQ and MC questions. Items explored in this episode: primary sources and an LEQ (thesis).