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Unit X - AP European History

FINAL EXAM - DATE CHANGE
We will NOT be administering the AP Euro Final Exam on Saturday, April 21ST.
This year's Final Exam will be given in-class over a four-day period.
Dates to be announced.
 
Review...Review...Review....!!!!
Now is the time to make time to begin reviewing for the
Final Exam and AP Exam.
 
Remember...you will get out what you put in ! ! !
 
1)  You have a valuable resource in the Review Notebook you have been compiling throughout the school year.  Use it !
2)  You have another valuable resource in the "AP European Crash Course" book.  Use it ! 
 
Try to devote 20-30 minutes every night to read the AP Euro Crash Course book and information in the Review Notebook. Begin with Unit I and work your way to Unit X over the upcoming two weeks.  After the Final Exam in April, repeat the process!!!
  
 
Quiz: Eighteen Dates to Know
At the beginning of the school year you received a handout, "Eighteen Dates to Know".  You will be quizzed on this information after the Final Exam and before the AP Exam.  For those who have lost the handout, I have attached a copy below.
 
Quiz: AP Euro Terms in Chronological Order
You will be tested AFTER the Final Exam on the 79 terms located on pages 11-20 in the AP European Crash Course review book.  Date to be announced :) 
 
Handy Handouts
Assignment Guide
Eighteen Dates to Know
 
Cold War Outlines: These two outlines are intended as study guides.  The information in them extends beyond the time period included in the Kagan text.  Familiarize yourself with the information as it is likely the AP Exam will cover the content.
The West at the Dawn of the 20th century.
Cold War and the Emergence of a New Europe.
 
Seminars
There are several seminars related to this Unit, but these are intended as study guides.  
 
Notebook Handouts
ID List
Revolutions of 1989
Women in European History - Study Guide - Place as last document in Section 1 of the Review Notebook
Table of Wars
Centuries' Chart
Cold War - Important Terms
Important Events & Dates in Modern Euro History
Social History Study Guide
Key Event/Trends in Women's History

Worksheets
Cold War
Euro Society Post-WWII (See file: Worksheet Euro Society Post- WWII
 

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