AP European History

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Teacher: Grace Bailey
Date/Time: Wednesday - 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Recommended Grades: 11th, 12th
Departments: Advanced Placement, History & Social Studies
DOE Number: 45.08400
Grade Level: High School (9th-12th)
Maximum Enrollment: 12

Instructor: Grace A. Bailey
Day of week:  Wednesday 9:00-10:30 a.m.
GA DOE: 45.08400
Credit: 1 credit
Grade: 10th-12th

AP European History is not a required history course for the state of Georgia, however, it does count as an elective.

AP Euro covers from approximately 1450 to 2001, give or take a few years! The emphasis of study is in the modern and post modern eras. Various themes/periods of study that will be covered include the Renaissance, Reformation, Age of Absolutism, Age of Revolution, German Unification, Industrialization, Technology, the 2 World Wars, the Cold War, Chernobyl, Kosovo along with art, music, literature and philosophy. Students will be required to explain cause and effect, find themes, and discover historical connections to the past and the future! Students will also be responsible for learning all the countries and capitals of Europe, successfully locating  them on a map and  they will  write two collegiate book reviews. Class will consist of lecture, discussion, review, short presentations, practice for the AP exam and perhaps a  project. This class will be  taught from a Judeo-Christian world view.

Students do not have  to take the AP Euro exam to be in the class.  

Students should already have a solid foundation in essay writing.

Tuition: Sept-May $85/mo

Fees: One time $40.00 fee for photo copying sources that students will use throughout the year. This is due the first day of class. Please note, this does not cover the cost of the AP Euro exam at the end of the year. That is the responsibility of each student to pay for the exam and sign up for the exam, should they choose to take it.

Textbook: Information will be sent out when students sign up for class.

Summer reading: This information will be sent out in May.

Questions? Contact Mrs. Bailey directly at: gabhistory@gmail.com