Course Name

AP US History


  • Education



In this course, we will be doing a deeper dive into the high school course's curriculum and some additional areas that will appear on the AP test that schools often need to sacrifice for sake of time, such as a more detailed look at US foreign policy, economic history, religious/intellectual developments, and the role of women and evolution of feminism. We shall also be taking a close look at how AP history courses structure their grading rubrics for essay writing in order to give students accessible and simple ways to correctly analyze and employ documents in their essays, and to construct nuanced theses which can be used to structure their body paragraph content. We'll also be focusing on the large structures that contribute so significantly to US History, with an eye towards allowing students to manage the detail involved in their development, including the Supreme Court, the banking system and Federal Reserve, Native American policy, the Pentagon, and the labor movement.


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