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1 AP World History Course Syllabus Lithia Springs High School Fall 2017-Spring 2018 School Phone: Savanna Kellett Room B110 Course Description: This course provides students with a comprehensive, intensive study of major events and themes in world history. Students begin with a study of the earliest civilizations worldwide and continue to examine major developments and themes in all regions of the world. The course culminates in a study of change and continuity and globalization at the beginning of the 21st century. This course uses the curriculum outlined by the CollegeBoard for AP World History and can be viewed here: Course Objectives: This course will give students a solid foundation in world history, from prehistory to the present. To this end, after completing this course, students will have: 1. Demonstrated mastery of the AP curriculum 2. Developed higher order thinking and writing skills. 3. Demonstrated organizational and time management skills. 4. Applied common social studies skills (including reading/interpreting maps, charts, and primary documents) to the study of world history. 5. Improved study habits and test-taking skills. Texts and Materials: Traditions and Encounters, AP Edition. Bentley, Ziegler. McGraw Hill, $ Replacement Cost Students will need the following supplies for all AP World History classrooms: 1 3-Ring Binder (AT LEAST 1.5 in.) Composition Book Blue or black pen Number 2 Pencils (for testing) Course Units: Unit AP Curriculum Technological and Environmental Transformations, to Period 1 c.600 B.C.E Organization, and Reorganization of Human Societies, Period 2 c. 600 B.C.E. to c. 600 C.E. Regional and Transregional Interactions, c. 600 C.E. Period 3 to c Global Interactions, c to c Period 4 Industrialization and Global Integration, c to c. Period Accelerating Global Change and Realignments, c. Period to Present

2 Lithia Springs High School House Rules: In this class, I expect you to: Always be on time and prepared to learn. Passes will not be issued during the first or last 10 minutes of class. Hats, hoods, headbands, and/or head garments of any kind are not to be worn in the school building. Electronic devices, including phones, ipods, ear buds, etc., are not permitted during the school day. All electronic devices must remain turned off and out of sight or they may be confiscated. Confiscated items will only be returned to legal parent/guardian. Please stay in your class and in your seat until the bell rings. Thank you for assisting in keeping our high school clean by picking up around your area and throwing your trash away. This is particularly vital in the cafeteria area. Consequences: Failure to adhere to these rules will result in disciplinary consequences. These consequences are as follows: 1. Detention and Parental Contact 2. Detention and Parental Contact 3. Detention and Parental Contact 4. Administrative Referral Grading Policy: Each assignment will be worth a pre-determined number of points. The size and importance of the assignment will determine the number of possible points. Grades in this class will be determined using the following percentages: Task Type Percentage Summative Assignments 50% Formative Assignments 30% Midterm/Final 20% Total 100% The grading scale for this course is: =A 80-89=B 71-79= C 70 = D Below 70= F Late and Make-Up Work: Work is considered late if it is not turned in the moment it is due. Late work will result in losing one letter grade each day it is late. Students will have three days to make up missed work. o Homework is due at the beginning of class or otherwise specified. o Tests/Quizzes must be made up the day the student returns from the absence. Make up tests/quizzes are subject to be in an essay format. (At teacher discretion) o Projects must be turned in on the due date specified by the teacher, even if the student is absent. Academic Dishonesty: Academic dishonesty of any sort will not be tolerated. Cheating is defined as giving or receiving any form of information related to a graded assignment and /or concealing or attempting to conceal and use information related to a graded assignment. DO YOUR OWN WORK. DO NOT COPY from another student or give another student your work. Appropriate academic action will be taken for each student involved, including an additional and/or alternative assignment, and the teacher will contact the parents. The teacher of this course reserves the right to make changes to this syllabus as necessary during the semester. Both students and parents will be notified in writing if the change could alter a student s grade.

3 So Here s the Deal: This is an AP class. That means the work required of you will be at the level of a college classroom. You will be expected to complete homework on a regular basis, actively participate in class, and complete writing assignments throughout the year. Please understand that this class will be difficult, however the reward is an experience that will better prepare you for college. If at any time you feel that you are struggling, please speak with me before it gets too late. This course requires everyone to be engaged in and prepared for class at all times. In order for this class to run in an appropriate manner, there are a few things you must keep in mind. 1. This classroom operates as a community; as such both the teacher and the students will compose the rules of this class. The following rules are to be followed at all times: The Golden Rule (Do unto others as you would have them do unto you) Be aware and engaged in your surroundings at all times Clean up after yourself and others o Failure to follow any of these rules will result in the consequences outlined in the Lithia Springs High School discipline protocol 2. Missing instructional time puts you at a disadvantage for passing this course so it is of the utmost importance that you make every effort to be in class and BE ON TIME! Being tardy to class not only places you at a disadvantage for missing class time, but also interrupts the instruction already in progress. Tardies that are not accompanied with a legitimate pass will result in detention. 3. Hall passes are a privilege, not a right. You will be given four hall passes to be used at your discretion for each semester. These passes should be used for emergency situations. If you choose to use one of your passes, you must sign out next to your name and take the hall pass. You do not have to interrupt class to use a pass, but DO NOT ask to leave if you see the pass is already gone. 4. In the event that you are absent and need make-up work, please consult the corresponding class absentee notebook at the front of the room that contains all of the work we have completed in class. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to gather this work and ask for help when needed. If you need to make up a quiz or test, please speak with Mrs. Kellett to make appropriate arrangements. 5. Technology use is not a given in the classroom. The use of technology in the classroom is up to the discretion of the teacher and the activity being completed. Whether or not to use technology will be denoted by the technology red light at the front of the room. The following are the expectations that accompany each level: Red: Technology should be put away and turned off. This can be used during testing, listening to directions, and individual or group assignments. Use of technology on this level will result in detention and the device being turned in to the front office to be picked up by a parent or guardian. Yellow: Whispering and headphones are appropriate. You should always be able to hear the teacher for additional instructions during this time. At no point in time should I hear your music. During this time technology use should be contained to completing the assigned work. Failure to maintain technology use within these guidelines will result in the device being taken and turned in to the front office for a parent or guardian to pick up. Green: Low voices and technology are allowed during this time. Full use of technology is allowed to complete the necessary assignment, however this can be revoked at any time. AP Exam: At the end of the year, you will take the Advanced Placement test for World History. This test will consist of 55 multiple choice questions, a Document Based Question, several short essays, and one long essay.

4 Dear Parents/Guardians, I am excited about having your child in AP World History for the school year! This syllabus outlines the major policies and expectations of this course. Students are expected to be familiar with these polices, rules, and expectations and to abide by them. My expectations for your student are high and you should be aware that they will have to put in the appropriate effort in order to do well in this course. By signing below, you and your student are indicating your understanding of these policies and agreeing to be bound by them. Returning this portion of the syllabus with student and parent/guardian signatures the next day of class (August 9 th /10 th ) will be the first graded assignment for this course. Please take a moment to discuss the requirements and rigor of this course and the policies in this syllabus with your student; it is important that both you and your student know my expectations. Since this is an AP course, you should expect your child to have homework on a regular basis and to be studying weekly. AP is not easy, but this course will be incredibly valuable and help prepare your child for college. The syllabus, as well as class rules and other pertinent information, can also be found on my teacher website on the Lithia Springs High School website. I will do my best to be in regular contact with you over the course of the school year, but please feel free to contact me at any time during the year if you have any questions, comments, or concerns about your child s performance in class. I appreciate your active involvement in your child s education and look forward to hearing from you over the course of the school year! Sincerely, Savanna Kellett Lithia Springs High School Phone: Student Name: Parent/Guardian Name: Phone Number: Student Signature: Date: Parent/Guardian Signature: Date:

5 Advanced Placement World History Course Rigor and Policy Agreement By signing up for this class, please understand that you have signed up for a college-level course. The requirements and workload for this course will be much more difficult than a regular-level course. If you are not willing or able to put in the required work both inside and outside of the classroom, it is highly unlikely you will be successful in this course. You will have homework weekly composed of reading, writing, and/or analysis assignments that will require a minimum of 2-4 hours of outside work each week. This course will use the online-management system Schoology to facilitate outside work. You are required to check the class page prior to each class meeting and complete the assignments accordingly. This page will serve as a central point for submitting the majority of homework assignments so it is imperative that you familiarize yourself with its system. You must create a Schoology account using the classroom access code for your class period prior to our next class meeting. The access code for your class period is. The AP World History course concludes with the AP Exam to be given on May 17, 2018 in the morning. Please understand that there is typically a fee associated with taking the exam that you are responsible for paying prior to the exam. Achieving a passing score on the AP Exam at the end of the course may qualify your child for college credit. More information about the cost of the exam and payment information will be presented as soon as it becomes available. By signing below, both you and your parent/guardian understand the rigor and course requirements associated with this class. If at any point in the year you feel like you are struggling, you must speak with me as soon as possible so that we may develop a solution. Print Student Name: Student Signature: Parent/Guardian Signature: Date:

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