Monday, May 1, 2017

WHAP EXAM Review Resources

Check out some of these WHAP review sources I found!  Not a bad break from Mega-Chart'in.

24 Chapters of ID's - DLCDS

Freemanpedia - Excellent resource for all things WHAP

Crash Course World History - 42 Crash Course videos on WHAP!


Quizzes by AP Period    - I do not agree with all of their answers on this...but its not a bad review.

Must Know Dates! - Overview of important dates organized by period

Quizlet WHAP - This is a decent Quizlet set aligned with the WHAP exam

Hip Hughes Video Review - A set of brief video review lessons (same guy on Cuban Missile Crisis Video)

Hyper-history - excellent collection of biographies, civilizations etc. organized by time-period and with linked, brief descriptions.

Bridging World History - video course with excellent video clips of different time periods

Tuesday, February 7, 2017


Celebrate your day at home with a Super Fun WHAP Blizzard Bag

1.Our Blizzard Bag is on the page to the side. It is a chapter from an excellent book by Charles Mann called, 1491. Lots of interesting ideas and arguments that shape the struggle to articulate an accurate pre-Columbian historical narrative of the Americas.

2. Continue to read and answer the primary source questions on slavery. I have added a lovely podcast from A History of the World in 100 Objects on the Akan Drum (Episode 15 for those of you keeping score at home). I have posted a link on the Twitter feed for you on our blog. Listen to it and be prepared to discuss its ideas. For extra credit please "tweet' out a comment or question in response to the episode. Access the podcast through twitter at DOCARMOWHAP@JenniferMDocar2....I think:-)
Tweet with the most "likes" gets +5 on our next quiz.

History of the World in 100 Objects - Akan Drum