Guidance for Teachers of AP World History
The Timemap of World History is an ideal resource for supporting the teaching of world history at Advanced Placement level.
Benefits for AP students in using the Timemap of World History
The TimeMap of World History has great benefits for AP world history students.I
- It gives them a stronger sense of the chronology of world history than (we truly believe) any other resource can do.
- The World and Regional maps allow students to see clearly the connections between regions and civilizations, whether these be through migration, trade, exploration, missionary activity or conquest. The context in which the different civilizations rise and fall, and the contributions each make to ongoing global history, becomes clear. All five AP World History themes are well covered.
- Patterns of causation, continuity and change can be studied very effectively. Students can start thinking more fruitfully about key turning points in world history, and about different schemes of periodization.
- Comparisons and contrasts between different regions at different times can be explored easily.
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