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Crash Course European History: A Study Guide of Worksheets for European History
Roger Morante graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor's Degree in English/Creative Writing (1996) and from Pepperdine University with a Masters in Education (2005). He studied European History at the University of Paris IV in France and Art History at the Scuola di Leonardo Da Vinci in Florence, Italy. He is currently an author and APSI guest speaker who lives in Los Angeles, California and has spoken at multiple AP teacher training seminars about the benefits of hybridized and online education. Prior to his teaching career, he was formally a sports and news journalist as well as an editor for the Santa Monica Mirror Newspaper in Santa Monica, California.
This book effectively translates author John Green's YouTube video sensation of European History Crash Courses into guided question worksheets. Students follow along with John Green's online Crash Courses and reflect upon topics in European history using this interactive guiding question workbook. A quick type in on a Google search engine or YouTube of "Crash Course European History" will take one to the desired site of where 51 episodes can be found. Common Core European history standards are followed in all questions inside of the Crash Course European History: A Study Guide of Worksheets for European History workbook helping students tap into level 3 and 4 DOK (Depth of Knowledge) thinking skills in European history while actively learning and listening to John Green's European History Crash Course videos. This workbook can be used to focus students either with or without headphones on a laptop while watching the desired YouTube video thus eliminating distraction in a desired setting. Questions posed are in accordance with AP high school European history and college European history standards and can be used in order to improve test scores, content understanding, and effectively build upon essay structure in writing about topics in European history. Target audience includes but is not limited to native English speakers and English language learners ages 17-30. Note: Those without access to YouTube can still use these guiding questions as a guide in order find answers using their respective European history book, and by looking up answers using bolded key terms and vocabulary. Questions posed in this book are meant to inspire paragraph development including intro, thesis, body, and conclusion paragraph structure while affording the reader opportunities to analyze, evaluate, and reflect upon a wide number of topics found in European history.
Students who are studying European History as a senior in high school or as an undergraduate history major in college.
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