Sources for FRQs and DBQs
CollegeBoard archived FRQs and DBQs from past exams – almost 10 years worth
The Cave Online website has a whole page of unit linked discussion and essay questions.
http://www.gavirtuallearning.org/Resources/SharedAPEuropeanHistory.aspx More questions at END of modules
More DBQs from HistoryTeacher.net page: http://www.historyteacher.net/APEuroCourse/EHAP-DBQsMainPage.htm
More Helpful Websites
1. http://thecaveonline.com/APEH/index.html this is Larry’s site.
From the Cave website – good listing of the all the ideas and terms you should know for AP Euro. I printed this out and put in your binder.
General homepage for the Cave Online
2. My year long project has finally been posted and will hopefully be of use to some of you! I recently revised Georgia Virtual School’s AP European History course. Part of our initative at GAVS is to make our newly revised courses free for all who would like to use them. As such, the European Course has been created as an open education resource and is available at:
There are 18 content modules ranging from the Middle Ages to 2000. There is also an extensive AP Exam prep module that has been broken into three parts (MC, DBQ, and FRQ) that emphasizes thesis statements and pov. It includes self assessments for the students to determine what counts and what doesn’t – and gives comprehensive feedback regardless of which answer they choose. There are also 2 minor review units.
3. Another noteworthy site to peruse… http://eudocs.lib.byu.edu/index.php/Main_Page
4.I love, love, love, Susan Pojer’s power point palooza! http://www.pptpalooza.net/
Review for the AP Exam
1. From Study Stack – flashcards
–http://www.studystack.com/flashcard-131611 (all terms from AP Euro History class)
The CAVE has excellent review and study sheets for the AP exam:
ID lists for each section of textbook
(romanticism to Renaissance)
1848 – modern times
Study guides – what you MUST know – seems very worth looking at, he has one short page for each era.
The Ultimate Review list
Wise Guys and their works (scientists, artists, philosophers, etc)
Women and their roles in history – has a sheet for each era
4-5 sheets on particular issues (leisure time, cooking, more)
From Sanderson’s page:
Review by matching terms – look on upper left for “Review” link
Review sheets – look on upper left for “Glossary” link
Some Miscellaneous links for review:
Relationships of European Sovereigns in 1914
Chart of World Kingdoms, Nations and Empires