Mark T. Haggard

Office Hours: Wednesday/Friday - 1:00-3:00
 
1A (7:45-9:15) - Prep
2A (9:15-10:45) - U.S. History
3A (11:30-1:00) - Government
4A (1:00-2:30) - A.P. World History
 
1B (7:45-9:15) - Government
2B (9:15-10:45) - Prep
3B (11:30-1:00) - U.S. History
4B (1:00-2:30) - U.S. History
U.S. History:
During our Distance Learning phase (starting March 30) there will be a few changes in policy in terms of Summit.  Only your content area teacher can approve a Focus Area Test; your mentors cannot approve a Focus Area Test.  In order to have a test approved by Mr. Haggard he will need to see an adequate score on a Diagnostic.
 
A.P. World History:
  • Because of the Coronavirus the date of the A.P. World History test has been pushed back.  At this point I do not have a date.
  • If you have signed-up for Dual Credit through CWI, there is no Summer Completion; what you get at the end of the year goes on your college transcript.
 
Remember and follow your writing templates for A.P. essays:
 
Long Essay Question (LEQ)
  • Paragraph 1: Introduction - restate the prompt, give the timeframe, formulate an interesting and defensible thesis (WHY?) and answer the thesis (BECAUSE...) 
  • Paragraph 2: Contextualization - Why is the action occuring now?  What historical events caused us to arrive at this place (Historically)
  • Paragraph 3: Comparison or Continuity of each part of the prompt (InSPECT)
  • Paragraph 4: Differences of Changes of each part of the prompt (InSPECT)
  • Paragraph 5: Analysis: Why the Similarities and Differences, or Why the Continuities or Changes Over Time
  • Paragraph 6: Deeper Analysis: "The assumption made in the prompt might not be true in all cases,..."
  • Paragraph 7: Conclusion - restate thesis
 
Document Based Question (DBQ)
  • Paragraph 1: Introduction - restate the prompt, give the timeframe, formulate an interesting and defensible thesis (WHY?) and answer the thesis (BECAUSE...) 
  • Paragraph 2: Contextualization - Why is the action occuring now?  What historical events caused us to arrive at this place (Historically)
  • Paragraph 3: Explain how each document supports your thesis
  • Paragraph 4: Suggest a document outside of those provided that will support your thesis
  • Paragraph 5: Analysis: Explain three of the documents' Point of View, Audience, or Purpose 
  • Paragraph 6: Deeper Analysis: "The assumption made in the prompt might not be true in all cases,..."
  • Paragraph 7: Conclusion - restate thesis