Welcome to AP World History 2012-2013!
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"No one could be more convinced than I that historical research requires the strictest method: criticism of the authors, the banning of all fables, the extraction of the pure facts . . . But I am also convinced that this fact has a spiritual content. The external appearance is not the final thing which we have to discover; there is still something which occurs within . . . It is our task to recognize what really happened in the series of facts which . . . history comprises; their sum. After the labor of criticism, intuition is required."
Leopold Von Ranke, from The Secret of World History: Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History
Period 1 - World History
Period 2 - Department Chair Conference
Period 3 - AP World History
Period 4 - Conference
Period 5 - AP World History
Period 6 - Lunch
Period 7 - AP World History
Period 8 - AP World History