AP® US History
This interactive institute will have something for every teacher, regardless of experience. A closer look at the curriculum framework and the new test is a given. Other topics include organizing the course, teaching strategies and skills, content specific lessons, grading essays, resources, and creating test questions. Participants will take home activities that can immediately be used in the classroom.
The primary focus of the institute will be to address the parameters of the course and look closely at the Curriculum Framework, including Historical Thinking Skills with thematic learning objectives. In addition, time will be spent examining the exam—multiple choice, short answer, long essay and DBQ.
The last reason that influenced on the decision to change expansion of the US is political. Earlier, not everyone supported the policy of expansion, but everything had changed when this policy became look like necessary support. If to read Theodore Roosevelt. Annual Message to Congress, December 6, 1904, it is easy to notice that US stated that expansion is needed, because this country can bring peace, development and stability for other countries. Their believe that they had God-given right to “help” only made these ideas stronger. These are three main reasons that influenced changes in expansion policy of United States. Later, these actions played a crucial role in the future world conflicts.