AP Humanities Best Practices--strategies to engage and support students who want a 5

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AP Humanities Best Practices--strategies to engage and support students who want a 5. Preparing for the AP test. Practice makes permanent. Format of test/ Time constraints Styles of Questions The Unknown Free Response Questions. Format of Test. World History Human Geography US Government - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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AP Humanities Best Practices--strategies to engage and support students who want a 5

AP Humanities Best Practices--strategies to engage and support students who want a 5

Preparing for the AP testPractice makes permanentFormat of test/Time constraintsStyles of QuestionsThe UnknownFree Response QuestionsFormat of TestWorld HistoryHuman GeographyUS Government

Students need to be comfortable with the time they have to answer questionsPractice makes Permanent

Styles of Multiple Choice QuestionsNormal Question (5 answers)Except or Not QuestionsMultiple Answer QuestionsMap QuestionsGraphsShort Paragraphs

The UnknownIt is impossible to cover all content on the test in the finite period of time we are givenGive students questions that there is little to no chance of answering correctlyThey will freak out SeriouslyThey need to learn how to be educated guessersFRQsSpend time with your students on thisScores across the country are abysmal This is where they can get a step aheadMake them betterGive them questions that they will not be able to answer all the parts (the must learn to get all the points they can) Spend a day grading other peoples workMake your test essays released exam essays and grade them with a rubricFind the positive about your FRQ and focus on that when you talk about it.

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