PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN AP* U.S. HISTORY
Reproducible activity book
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Offering a fresh approach designed to enliven AP U.S. History classes, these hands-on projects use PBL strategies to promote inquiry and help students forge stronger connections to course material.
The five projects—Colonial Convention, Multiple Perspectives on the American Revolution, Cost-Benefit Analysis of War, The Conservation Movement and Me, and Making Music: Politics, Culture, and Entertainment—each include implementation guidelines, an attention-grabbing "Entry Event" designed to inspire a creative thought process and introduce a problem or challenge, reproducible handouts, rubrics, and alignments to the key concepts in the College Board APUSH course description.
8½" x 11"