• Mr. Robinson's AP Zone

    This is a general information website that is not regulary updated.

    For course material please visit my edublogs page here: mlr987.edublogs.org Password: crushtheap, for class work and assignments please refer to the class  canvas page. 

     

    If you want to do the extra credit book, here is a .pdf version for you:

    History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage

    http://www.swofford.org/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/6-Glasses-Bookpdf.79211744.pdf

    Remind!

    Please sign-up for my Remind page. The chat feature it is the best way to reach me one-on-one and receive daily assignment reminders. Click on the remind link to the left to view the class feed, and sign up. I encourage all students and parents to subscribe.

    PARENTS

    Parents, please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns about the class. I will be asking the students to devote one hour per night to the class at home, please help your scholar to manage their time to be successful. Reading is absolutely the key to success in this class. We typically read between 5 and 10 pages in the textbook nightly. If they are reading for understanding and taking good notes nightly it will serve them well when we apply the three major concepts prescribed by the College Board for analyzing World History in class: Causation, Comparison, and Change Over Time.  

    The largest challenge that students face early on is learning how to navigate the overwhelming amount of information being thrown at them in the readings. I will help them to develop this skill but it will take time. Applying the concepts will be the key to success on the AP test and scholars must come into class prepared to apply these skills, this starts with the foundation built through reading. Please be diligent in ensuring that your scholar is reading nightly.

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