AP World History
** Please check under "Distance Learning Resources" for important updates and resources **
The AP exam has been rescheduled for May 21st at 2pm. You will have 45 minutes to write a modified DBQ (5 documents). Please check email or the 4-3-20 update for additional important details.

 Dear Students,

I hope you are all doing well - physically, mentally, and emotionally! This is a difficult time for all of us, but I believe that if we try, we can usually find the "silver linings" in every situation. I hope you are spending quality time with your family, getting outside, and getting plenty of sleep while school is closed!

I will be posting a list of your weekly assignments right here on this website. Graded assignments will also be posted to StudentVUE and can be turned in via dropbox. All assignments for the week will be "due" by Sunday at 11:59 PM. However, I encourage you to pace out the work and attempt to do at least one task per day.

Additional resources can be found under the unit folders (ex: "World Wars"). I encourage you to peruse my PowerPoints on each topic. Please email me at if you have any further questions or concerns. Also please join the class remind account by using the code @cb8cb2 on the app or texting the code to 81010. 


Ms. Sexton

Assignments for Week of 3/16 - 3/20. All due by Sunday 3/22 at 11:59 PM:

1. Complete the 40 Maps on WWI assignment. Submit via dropbox on StudentVUE. 

2. Read pages 492 to 503 of AMSCO AND/OR pages 977 to 984 of Strayer. This is not a graded assignment, but highly encouraged.

3. Click through my PowerPoints on World War I and watch the following review video on Youtube:

4. Take the World War I quiz on The code is 736052. You may retake as many times as you want.

5. Extra Credit: Research the 1918-19 influenza pandemic that followed World War I. Describe what made this pandemic so deadly, how it spread, and how countries responded. Compare this outbreak (and others, if you so choose) to the current COVID-19 pandemic. What lessons should we take from the past to help us better respond to COVID-19? Submit via email.

Assignments for Week of 3/23 - 3/27. All due by Sunday 3/29 at 11:59 PM:

1. On StudentVUE, download the file under the assignment Treaty of Versailles video. Click one of the two hyperlinks and watch the video. Answer the questions and submit via dropbox.

2. Read pages 985 - 996 of Strayer. If you don't have Strayer, read pages 511 - 526 of AMSCO. (The AMSCO book is a little more scattered on this topic). Click through my Interwar powerpoint under World Wars. 

3. Log in to (class code PXZMNU) and complete the assignment Great Depression AP World.

4. Extra Credit: Compare the rise of right-wing authoritarianism in Italy, Germany, and Japan. How did it compare with the left-wing authoritarianism that developed in the Soviet Union? Submit via email (

Assignments for Week of 3/30 to 4/3. All due by Sunday 4/5 at 11:59 PM: 

1. Go to the bus loop at P.H. between 12 and 1 and get the AP lockdown browser downloaded onto your laptop.

2. Log in to your AP account at Complete the assignment entitled "Unit 1 Progress Check MCQ." This is a completion grade.

*** Due to the inability to get the lockdown browser downloaded due to building closure, your NEW assignment is to go to StudentVUE and complete the Unit 1 PowerPoint assignment. You will need to download the PowerPoint, read through the slides and listen to Mrs. Huffman's commentary. Then you will need to copy and paste pictures into each slide illustrating the key concept. When finished, save and upload via dropbox. 

3. Write me a letter letting me know how you have been doing the last two weeks and your thoughts on the coronavirus pandemic. Please be as detailed as you feel comfortable.
- I would like to know what you have been doing with your time, how you have been doing (physically, mentally, emotionally), what you miss/ what has disappointed you, but also what "silver linings" you have found. Have there been any positives for you during this crisis?
- While my main purpose in having you do this is to check in on you, my other purpose is to have you create a first-hand account of life in the time of quarantine. A historian a hundred years from now might use your letter as a primary source. With that in mind, what have been your observations so far about the pandemic? How have people responded (you, your family, your community, society, the U.S.)? What other things have you noticed? What has troubled and/or inspired you? How do you think this whole thing will end?
- Type up in a word document and email to me at Minimum 1 page typed, single spaced.