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In AP® U.S. History, students investigate significant events, individuals, developments, and processes in nine historical periods from approximately 1491 to the present. Students develop and use the same skills and methods employed by historians: analyzing primary and secondary sources; developing historical arguments; making historical connections; and utilizing reasoning about comparison, causation, and continuity and change. The course also provides eight themes that students explore throughout the course in order to make connections among historical developments in different times and places: American and national identity; work, exchange, and technology; geography and the environment; migration and settlement; politics and power; America in the world; American and regional culture; and social structures.

AP® United States History

STARPREP®에서 제공하는 AP® US History 프로그램은 총 2개의 PHASES
(2022-2023 GPA-Boosting Course / 2023 MAY' TEST-PREP Course)으로 나뉘어지며 학생/반의 수준에 따라 진도가 정해집니다.

[학생의 성적/수업 이해도을 고려하는 수업 진행]


for Graders 9-12
(STARPREP® course code: APUSH)


Professor
John Jeong
University of California at Berkeley 학사졸업
티칭경력 5년차

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High School AP® United States History

  • Lecture Dates/Registration Status
  • Every Sunday
    1:00pm-4:00pm
    starting from August 7, 2022

    Registration Status Being Closed 마감 Registration Form 등록 신청서
  • AP® United States History
  • Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater)
  • STARPREP® COURSE CODE : APUSH-01

    ★ AP® United States History 내신 대비반 ★

    Professor
    Jeong John
    University of California at Berkeley 학사졸업
    티칭경력 5년차
  • Features
  • ★2022 AP® United States History TEST-PREP★
    AP® US History GPA-Boosting Course
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Students' Satisfaction : above 95%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
  • AP® United States History
Lecture Dates/Registration Status Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater) Features
Lecture Date
Every Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm
starting from August 7, 2022

Registration Status Being Closed 마감 Registration Form 등록 신청서
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : APUSH-01

★ AP® US History GPA-Boosting Course ★
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Professor
John Jeong
University of California at Berkeley 학사졸업
티칭경력 5년차

★ 2022-2023 AP® US History ★

AP® US History GPA-Boosting Course
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Students' Satisfaction : above 95%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
AP® United States History AP® United States History

Curriculum Guide

High School AP® US History

01 Period 1: 1491–1607

1-1  Contextualizing Period 1
1-2  Native American Societies Before European Contact
1-3  European Exploration in the Americas
1-4  Columbian Exchange, Spanish Exploration, and Conquest
1-5  Labor, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System
1-6  Cultural Interactions Between Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans
1-7  Causation in Period 1

02 Period 2: 1607–1754

2-1  Contextualizing Period 2
2-2  European Colonization
2-3  The Regions of British Colonies
2-4  Transatlantic Trade
2-5  Interactions Between American Indians and Europeans
2-6  Slavery in the British Colonies
2-7  Colonial Society and Culture
2-8  Comparison in Period 2

03 Period 3: 1754–1800

3-1  Contextualizing Period 3
3-2  The Seven Years’ War (The French and Indian War)
3-3  Taxation Without Representation
3-4  Philosophical Foundations of the American Revolution
3-5  The American Revolution
3-6  The Influence of Revolutionary Ideals
3-7  The Articles of Confederation
3-8  The Constitutional Convention and Debates over Ratification
3-9  The Constitution
3-10  Shaping a New Republic
3-11  Developing an American Identity
3-12  Movement in the Early Republic
3-13  Continuity and Change in Period 3

04 Period 4: 1800–1848

4-1  Contextualizing Period 4
4-2  The Rise of Political Parties and the Era of Jefferson
4-3  Politics and Regional Interests
4-4  America on the World Stage
4-5  Market Revolution: Industrialization
4-6  Market Revolution: Society and Culture
4-7  Expanding Democracy
4-8  Jackson and Federal Power
4-9  The Development of an American Culture
4-10  The Second Great Awakening
4-11  An Age of Reform
4-12  African Americans in the Early Republic
4-13  The Society of the South in the Early Republic
4-14  Causation in Period 4

05 Period 5: 1844–1877

5-1  Contextualizing Period 5
5-2  Manifest Destiny
5-3  The Mexican–American War
5-4  The Compromise of 1850
5-5  Sectional Conflict:Regional Differences
5-6  Failure of Compromise
5-7  Election of 1860 and Secession
5-8  Military Conflict in the Civil War
5-9  Government Policies During the Civil War
5-10  Reconstruction
5-11  Failure of Reconstruction
5-12  Comparison in Period 5

06 Period 6: 1865–1898

6-1  Contextualizing Period 6
6-2  Westward Expansion: Economic Development
6-3  Westward Expansion: Social and Cultural Development
6-4  The “New South”
6-5  Technological Innovation
6-6  The Rise of Industrial Capitalism
6-7  Labor in the Gilded Age
6-8  Immigration and Migration in the Gilded Age
6-9  Responses to Immigration in the Gilded Age
6-10  Development of the Middle Class
6-11  Reform in the Gilded Age
6-12  Controversies over the Role of Government in the Gilded Age
6-13  Politics in the Gilded Age
6-14  Continuity and Change in Period 6

07 Period 7: 1890–1945

7-1  Contextualizing Period 7
7-2  Imperialism: Debates
7-3  The Spanish–American War
7-4  The Progressives
7-5  World War I: Military and Diplomacy
7-6  World War I: Home Front
7-7  1920s: Innovations in Communication and Technology
7-8  1920s: Cultural and ARC Political Controversies
7-9  The Great Depression
7-10  The New Deal
7-11  Interwar Foreign Policy
7-12  World War II: Mobilization
7-13  World War II: Military
7-14  Postwar Diplomacy
7-15  Comparison in Period 7

08 Period 8: 1945–1980

8-1  Contextualizing Period 8
8-2  The Cold War from 1945 to 1980
8-3  The Red Scare
8-4  Economy after 1945
8-5  Culture after 1945
8-6  Early Steps in the Civil Rights Movement (1940s and 1950s)
8-7  America as a World Power
8-8  The Vietnam War
8-9  The Great Society
8-10  The African American Civil Rights Movement (1960s)
8-11  The Civil Rights Movement Expands
8-12  Youth Culture of the 1960s
8-13  The Environment and Natural Resources from 1968 to 1980
8-14  Society in Transition
8-15  Continuity and Change in Period 8

09 Period 9: 1980–Present

9-1  Contextualizing Period 9
9-2  Reagan and Conservatism
9-3  The End of the Cold War
9-4  A Changing Economy
9-5  Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s
9-6  Challenges of the 21st Century
9-7  Causation in Period 9

01 Period 1: 1491–1607

1-1  Contextualizing Period 1
1-2  Native American Societies Before European Contact
1-3  European Exploration in the Americas
1-4  Columbian Exchange, Spanish Exploration, and Conquest
1-5  Labor, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System
1-6  Cultural Interactions Between Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans
1-7  Causation in Period 1

02 Period 2: 1607–1754

2-1  Contextualizing Period 2
2-2  European Colonization
2-3  The Regions of British Colonies
2-4  Transatlantic Trade
2-5  Interactions Between American Indians and Europeans
2-6  Slavery in the British Colonies
2-7  Colonial Society and Culture
2-8  Comparison in Period 2

03 Period 3: 1754–1800

3-1  Contextualizing Period 3
3-2  The Seven Years’ War (The French and Indian War)
3-3  Taxation Without Representation
3-4  Philosophical Foundations of the American Revolution
3-5  The American Revolution
3-6  The Influence of Revolutionary Ideals
3-7  The Articles of Confederation
3-8  The Constitutional Convention and Debates over Ratification
3-9  The Constitution
3-10  Shaping a New Republic
3-11  Developing an American Identity
3-12  Movement in the Early Republic
3-13  Continuity and Change in Period 3

04 Period 4: 1800–1848

4-1  Contextualizing Period 4
4-2  The Rise of Political Parties and the Era of Jefferson
4-3  Politics and Regional Interests
4-4  America on the World Stage
4-5  Market Revolution: Industrialization
4-6  Market Revolution: Society and Culture
4-7  Expanding Democracy
4-8  Jackson and Federal Power
4-9  The Development of an American Culture
4-10  The Second Great Awakening
4-11  An Age of Reform
4-12  African Americans in the Early Republic
4-13  The Society of the South in the Early Republic
4-14  Causation in Period 4

05 Period 5: 1844–1877

5-1  Contextualizing Period 5
5-2  Manifest Destiny
5-3  The Mexican–American War
5-4  The Compromise of 1850
5-5  Sectional Conflict:Regional Differences
5-6  Failure of Compromise
5-7  Election of 1860 and Secession
5-8  Military Conflict in the Civil War
5-9  Government Policies During the Civil War
5-10  Reconstruction
5-11  Failure of Reconstruction
5-12  Comparison in Period 5

06 Period 6: 1865–1898

6-1  Contextualizing Period 6
6-2  Westward Expansion: Economic Development
6-3  Westward Expansion: Social and Cultural Development
6-4  The “New South”
6-5  Technological Innovation
6-6  The Rise of Industrial Capitalism
6-7  Labor in the Gilded Age
6-8  Immigration and Migration in the Gilded Age
6-9  Responses to Immigration in the Gilded Age
6-10  Development of the Middle Class
6-11  Reform in the Gilded Age
6-12  Controversies over the Role of Government in the Gilded Age
6-13  Politics in the Gilded Age
6-14  Continuity and Change in Period 6

07 Period 7: 1890–1945

7-1  Contextualizing Period 7
7-2  Imperialism: Debates
7-3  The Spanish–American War
7-4  The Progressives
7-5  World War I: Military and Diplomacy
7-6  World War I: Home Front
7-7  1920s: Innovations in Communication and Technology
7-8  1920s: Cultural and ARC Political Controversies
7-9  The Great Depression
7-10  The New Deal
7-11  Interwar Foreign Policy
7-12  World War II: Mobilization
7-13  World War II: Military
7-14  Postwar Diplomacy
7-15  Comparison in Period 7

08 Period 8: 1945–1980

8-1  Contextualizing Period 8
8-2  The Cold War from 1945 to 1980
8-3  The Red Scare
8-4  Economy after 1945
8-5  Culture after 1945
8-6  Early Steps in the Civil Rights Movement (1940s and 1950s)
8-7  America as a World Power
8-8  The Vietnam War
8-9  The Great Society
8-10  The African American Civil Rights Movement (1960s)
8-11  The Civil Rights Movement Expands
8-12  Youth Culture of the 1960s
8-13  The Environment and Natural Resources from 1968 to 1980
8-14  Society in Transition
8-15  Continuity and Change in Period 8

09 Period 9: 1980–Present

9-1  Contextualizing Period 9
9-2  Reagan and Conservatism
9-3  The End of the Cold War
9-4  A Changing Economy
9-5  Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s
9-6  Challenges of the 21st Century
9-7  Causation in Period 9

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AP® United States History

Periods 1 & 2 (1491 – 1607) (1607 – 1754) Period 3 (1754 – 1800)
Period 4 (1800 – 1848) Period 5 (1844 – 1877)
Period 6 (1865 – 1898) Period 7-A (1890 – 1929)
Period 7-B (1929 – 1945) Periods 8 & 9 (1945 – Present)