Designed to help Advanced Placement students succeed in their studies and achieve a 5' on the AP Exam, AP Achiever provides additional mastery tips for success on the AP Exam. Features include: ----A thorough explanation of course expectations, exam parameters, and preparation suggestions to help your students maximize studies and time. -----Model Essays, as well as ideas on how to approach, plan, and organize each type of essay, and detailed analyses, prepare your students for the three different types of free-response questions—comparative, change over time, and document-based essay questions. ----Each section of the chapter review identifies the appropriate AP course themes to help you put each period or society into a larger framework. ----Two complete timed practice exams with detailed answers help students gear up for your final test day. AP Achiever for World History may be used independently or in conjunction with any World History text. For the most benefit use in conjunction with McGraw-Hill’s leading text, Traditions & Encounters, 3rd Edition. *AP, Advanced Placement Program, and College Board are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
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****Dixie Johnson Grupe currently teaches AP World History at Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri. She has an undergraduate degree in journalism and a Master's Degree in Social Studies Education from the University of Missouri. She has traveled to Japan, Ghana, Israel, Egypt, Ukraine as well as much of western Europe and has been a classroom teacher for 21 years. She was an AP World History Exam reader in 2002 and 2003 and served as a table leader and sample selector for the DBQ portion of the national exam in 2004 and 2005. ****Sigrid S. Reynolds received her AB in Anthropology from Duke University in 1974 and her BA in History from Coe College in 1994. She has been a social studies teacher at Washington High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for the last nine years where she developed the AP World History course and served on the district social studies curriculum committee as well as the textbook selection committee. More recently, she has taught AP US History and AP World History. Sigrid was a Reader of the first AP World Exam in 2002 and has been a Table Leader for the last two years. She has attended many AP Conferences and has written multiple choice questions for the Educational Testing Service in Princeton, New Jersey. She is a member of the National Council of Social Studies and the World History Association.
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