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AP WORLD HISTORY
Modified Essay Questions for Exam Practice
This document provides modifications of the AP World History Comparative and Continuity and Change-Over-Time (CCOT) essay questions from the 2002 to the 2010 operational exams. The modified questions provide examples of essay questions that align more closely with the Curriculum Framework for the revised course as of the 2011-12 academic year. The accompanying rationale for each question explains the revisions.
Foundations – 3000 BCE to 600 CE
From Hunting and Gathering to Civilizations to the Classical Period
I. Interactions in economy & politics
II. Change over time
III. Technology & environment
IV. Social history
V. Cultural & intellectual developments
VI. Changing functions of states
A. Constructing & evaluating arguments
B. Using documents
C. Assessing change & continuity
D. Assessing diversity of interpretations
E. Seeing global & local patterns
- US HISTORY I – HONORS
FINAL EXAM ESSAYS – 2012
Select One Essay from three choices assigned from your teacher. Write a clear five paragraph essay. Be sure to include historical facts to support your thesis.
1. “The North American colonists rebelled against the British crown as a result of experiencing economic, political, and legal oppression”. Prove this thesis using at least four total examples.
2. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson had important roles….
Discursive Essay- South Africa and Mughal India
Whilst researching for this essay I have been continuously surprised at how developed and sophisticated Mughal India were as a society at such an early stage compared to how much work we, as South Africa’s future generation have to do in order to develop our society to reach a similar level. A great example of this is the common factor of both countries being homes of one of the Seven Wonders of The World. Both being incredibly fascinating and beautiful….
United States government insisted on respect for Native Americans land claims. In 1787 New Ordinance declared that the United States government shall never take the Indian’s property without their consent. Indians would not be disturbed either. This rule was not followed, it was broken. Native Americans, Tecumseh, Tenskawatawa, and the Cherokee of the Southern Eastern United States were not able to settle on their lands.
In the 1700s some Native Americans nations the Shawnee, the….
Would a robber baron donate all of his hard earned money back to the public? Andrew Carnegie is a Captain of Industry because of his great work ethic, how he created many jobs, and how he spent his money.
The first reason of why he is a Captain of Industry is because of his great work ethic. Andrew first started out as a messenger for a telegram company and Andrew being the great kid he was, went the extra mile and did the job the best he possibly could….
Essay Topic: “Did Hitler have a masterplan for annihilating the Jews prior to 1941?”
There has been much debate since the end of World War II about whether Adolf Hitler did in fact plan on annihilating the Jews during his time as leader of the Nazis. This debate has split many Historians into two categories, the Intentionalists and the Functionalist’s. Intentionalists believe that Hitler did plan on annihilating the Jews, right from the beginning of his rise to power. Functionalists on the other….
Part 3: Comprehensive essay
We learned in the first chapter of the book about the huge revolutions that made a big impact on the world during early period of 1500-1800. There were many important events that occurred during the early modern period. In fact, one of the most significant transformations that changed the world was the world exploration during that time. Another important event in early modern period was the religious reformation in Europe. The last important transformation….
Why did collective security faild to keep peace between 1920 and 1935?
Collective security was an idea that peace could be preserved by acting together, to prevent one country attacking another. This idea failed between 1920 and 1935 due to the depression, The Manchuran dispute, and The Abyssinian crisis.
collective security had a permanent court of international justice, arbitration, an investigation system, and economic sanctions. In the covenant of the leage of nations it was said that member….
Essay #4 Jamaican Rebellion
The Baptist War also referred to as the Christmas Rebellion in Jamaica during the period of 1831-1832 failed to achieve it primary objective of obtaining freedom to due several contributing factors such as; lack of expertise in warfare, lack of organisation and co-operation among slave groups.
The Baptist war was led by Samuel Sharpe was a known Baptist deacon who was intelligent, literate, ambitious,….