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Rise of Civilizations

Welcome! This is a pre-AP course. In this series, you will learn about how civilizations rose from the Neolithic Era. THIS SERIES WILL BE RUN AS IF WE ARE IN A SCHOOL BUILDING SO PREP YOURSELF 'CAUSE IT WILL BE FUN!!!

Ryan M


Ask Me Anything! (AP World History and AP US History)

    2nd session
Hey everyone! I know AP season is creeping up on us. (I can definitely feel it personally.) Instead of hosting a structured series, I plan on allowing you to ask all kinds of questions that you have. I will do my best to answer every single one. If you have any questions, please DM me on Schoolhouse. Hope to see everyone there!

NOTE: This series is only for AP World History and AP US History questions.

Immanuel P


APHG Review & Prep Series (U1 -7) ৻( •̀ ᗜ •́ ৻)

    2nd session
Hi! My name is Saffron and I am a tutor here at SHW! During this series, we will review each unit of APHG. Along with this review, we will also prepare for the May AP Exam (MCQ/FRQ tutorials, walkthroughs, and practice). ٩(ˊᗜˋ*)و

I took this course last year and had an A in the class. I also got a 5 on the AP exam. I hope that this series will help you achieve your geography potential! Do not worry if you are self-studying or do not have any prior knowledge, as we will cover it all in this series :DDD

🌏 Unit 1: Thinking Geographically

✨ Unit 2: Population and Migration Patterns and Processes

🌏 Unit 3: Cultural Patterns and Processes

✨ Unit 4: Political Patterns and Processes

🌏 Unit 5: Agriculture and Rural Land-Use Patterns and Processes

✨ Unit 6: Cities and Urban Land-Use Patterns and Processes

🌏 Unit 7: Industrial and Economic Development Patterns and Processes

I am also creating a master resource document that will include the best reviews, channels, and videos. It will be linked here:

Saffron S


Ultimate APUSH Review

    3rd session
You can get a 5 on the APUSH exam - and it's not hard!

Do you feel unprepared for your APUSH exam on May 10th? Do you need a brush up on a topic or just don't really know how to properly tackle a FRQ? Whatever the case may be, it might seem to be a daunting task.

In this series, I'm going to simplify that for you. Every session, I will be reviewing a unit on the College Board APUSH CED while also giving you instruction on how to properly write FRQ responses.

My goal is to elevate you to a solid 5 on the AP exam though a small group environment; I hope you're as ambitious and willing as well. Hope to see you soon!

Jimin H

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History Sessions


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Live Help for Leona T

Live help for Leona T. US history STAAR

Aneesh M


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SAQ Practice

We will go through some SAQs together!

jodie c


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World War II & The Cold War

We will discuss the events that took place during World War II, which will include a brief discussion on the Holocaust as well as an in-depth analysis of the buildings of the first Atomic Bomb. Additionally, we will examine how this war led to the start of the Cold War and significant events such as the Cuban missile crisis, the Test-Ban Treaty, the Berlin crisis, communism, and the fall of the Soviet Union. We'll also talk about people who had significant effects on the course of the war but aren't very well known, like Oleg Penkovsky, Harry Seidel, or Janet Chisholm. We'll also talk about the Space Race and other equally interesting and suspenseful events. We'll then end the session with a competitive game of Kahoot/Blooket. If you're interested in learning about the events that occurred between 1935 and 1991 in an interactive and interesting environment, feel free to attend!

Liya D


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