Summer Assignments 2019

Cambridge AICE History AS (History I) – 10th or 11th Grade:                                                        History AS Summer Assignment 2019        Impending Crisis Ch 3

AICE History A-Level (History II) – 11th or 12th Grade:                                                                   History A-level Summer Assignment

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For Friday 5/17

B1 Class – Bring your History Breakfast Party contributions Friday morning!  Bonus points if you dress as an historical figure.

If you borrowed a textbook to study for the Cambridge exams, please bring it back.

Check here for summer assignments for Cambridge English, Global Perspectives, General Paper, A-Level History, and more – http://overtoncambridge.org.

For Thurs 5/16 & Fri 5/17

A-Day classes – Thursday we’ll go outside, if the weather is nice.  Bring a soccer ball, a frisbee, a deck of cards, etc.

B1 – Bring your History Breakfast Party contributions Friday morning!  Bonus points if you dress as an historical figure.

If you borrowed a textbook to study for the Cambridge exams, please bring it back.

Check here for summer assignments for Cambridge English, Global Perspectives, General Paper, A-Level History, and morehttp://overtoncambridge.org.

 

For Wed 5/8 Paper 2

Paper 2 is Wednesday 5/8.  It counts 60% of your total score.

Paper 2 will have four questions from which you choose two – each with a part A and  part B.  One question will come from each of our units 2 through 5.  See Unit Tabs 2-5 above for content review materials.  See the X Paper 2 tab for past papers, sample responses, and advice on how to approach Paper 2. 

Focus on the Guiding Questions on the Major Themes sheets for the units you are studying!  Anything they could ask you goes back to them!

For Mon 5/6 & Tues 5/7 – Paper 2

Paper 1 is done!  Paper 2 is Wednesday 5/8.  It counts 60% of your total score.

Paper 2 will have four questions from which you choose two – each with a part A and  part B.  One question will come from each of our units 2 through 5.  See the unit tabs above for content review materials.  See the X Paper 2 tab for past papers, sample responses, and advice on how to approach Paper 2. 

FYI – If you did the International or European question for Paper 1, you are totally fine.  Cambridge allows you do any topic for any component!