Think quickly about which one of these questions you can answer best in the time you have left and with the evidence you've gleaned from your analysis of the documents. If I make an error in scoring a question, I will correct any erroneously marked papers to give students proper credit for a correct answer.
Can you read quickly but have trouble getting your thoughts down on paper?
Units of Instruction Click a unit thumbnail to go directly to an AP Euro instructional unit or scroll down to see review resources that I have made available for AP European History students and teachers. Click on the logo below to check out this incredible list! About once a quarter, you will take a lengthy exam with up to multiple choice questions.
Crafting Your Essay After you've finished reading and analyzing the documents, it's time to write your essay.
The scariest part of this course, the AP exam, which will decide whether or not you earn college credit for taking this course, is right around the corner!
I will evaluate your essay on this organization.
But wait! It is probably not reasonable to assume without evidence that he was corrupt, although this was a frequent charge leveled at Catholic priests in that time period.
For example, is it a letter, a political cartoon, a magazine illustration, a chart prepared for a classroom presentation by an instructor, a poster advertising a movie, a selection from a textbook, etc?
You will be presented with a short reading of background information, a writing prompt, and a group of about 12 short documents, usually drawn from a mixture of primary and secondary sources.
In order to succeed, the evidence must convince a group of neutral observers the jury and must be strong enough to overcome the attacks of your opponent the defense attorney. Instructor: Christopher Sailus Chris has an M.