Ap us history Syllabus

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3. Periodization

- The ability to describe, analyze, evaluate, and construct models that historians use to organize history into discrete periods. Historians identify turning points and recognize that the choice of specific dates gives a higher value to one narrative, region, or group than to other narratives, regions, or groups. How a historian defines historical periods depends on what the historian considers most significant – political, economic, social, cultural, or environmental factors.

II. Comparison and Contextualization
4. Comparison

- The ability to describe, compare, and evaluate multiple historical developments within one society, one or more developments across or between societies, and in various chronological and geographical contexts. It also involves the ability to identify, compare, and evaluate multiple perspectives on a given historical experience.

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