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    The AP US History course is designed for NERDS!!! GO WOLVERINES
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    The AP US History course is designed for NERDS!!! GO WOLVERINES
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    Change in class policies
    12-7-2010
    In an effort to clarify some questions that have arisen the following grade policy changes are effective immediately:
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    is designed to provide the same level of content and instruction that students would face in a Freshman level college survey class. AP US History classes generally use a college-level textbook as the foundation for the course. The most commonly used textbook is The American Pageant, which is used by 40 percent of all AP US History classes. Students may use supplemental materials, such as review books, to prepare for the examination as well as resources found online such as flashcards or textbook outlines. The College Board does not require that students taking this course take the AP test. However, some high schools may require students to take the exam in order to receive AP credit on their transcripts. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP_American_History)
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  5. page Chapter 01 edited ... Chapter 01 - New World Beginnings, 33,000 B.C.-A.D. 1769. I. The Shaping of North America R…
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    Chapter 01 - New World Beginnings, 33,000 B.C.-A.D. 1769.
    I. The Shaping of North America
    RecordedRecordeed history began
    The theory of Pangaea exists suggesting that the continents were once nestled together into one mega-continent. They then spread out as drifting islands.
    Geologic forces of continental plates created the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains.
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    The AP US History course is designed to provide the same level of content and instruction that students would face in a Freshman level college survey class. AP US History classes generally use a college-level textbook as the foundation for the course. The most commonly used textbook is The American Pageant, which is used by 40 percent of all AP US History classes. Students may use supplemental materials, such as review books, to prepare for the examination as well as resources found online such as flashcards or textbook outlines. The College Board does not require that students taking this course take the AP test. However, some high schools may require students to take the exam in order to receive AP credit on their transcripts. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP_American_History)
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    The AP US History course is designed to provide the same level of content and instruction that students would face in a Freshman level college survey class. AP US History classes generally use a college-level textbook as the foundation for the course. The most commonly used textbook is The American Pageant, which is used by 40 percent of all AP US History classes. Students may use supplemental materials, such as review books, to prepare for the examination as well as resources found online such as flashcards or textbook outlines. The College Board does not require that students taking this course take the AP test. However, some high schools may require students to take the exam in order to receive AP credit on their transcripts. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP_American_History)
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Friday, August 21

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    Chapter 01 - New World Beginnings, 33,000 B.C.-A.D. 1769.
    I. The Shaping of North America
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    history began 6,00fdafdsa06,000 years ago.
    The theory of Pangaea exists suggesting that the continents were once nestled together into one mega-continent. They then spread out as drifting islands.
    Geologic forces of continental plates created the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains.
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