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**NEW** TOPICAL REVIEW WITH MULTIPLE-CHOICE, SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS, AND FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS FOR THE AP WORLD HISTORY: MODERN EXAM - 3RD ED.
The author of the book is Paul Philp. Paul received both a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and a Certificate of German Public and International Studies from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He earned his State of Texas certificate in secondary education in composite social studies from the University of Texas in Dallas. His Master of Art’s degree in Modern History is from Texas A&M University – Commerce. He was one of the original consultants and readers for AP World History beginning with the generation of syllabi and two years of training with the original chief reader and members of the test development committee. After thirteen years as a classroom teacher, Paul became an administrator of curriculum and special educational programs in both public and private schools for ten years. Paul has taught Pre-AP World Geography, AP European History, US History as well as topics within AP Macro-Economics and AP Art History. He is a presenter for the College Board, has written multiple choice questions for the Advanced Placement World History exam, and is a national grader of the Advanced Placement World History essays. Paul taught World Civilizations and American History at the local community college for nine years. Currently he is writing the curriculum for and teaching courses in Latino and Mexican-American studies for a Plano Independent School District at the three senior high schools. His publications include the study guide for Peter Stearn’s Advanced Placement textbook, 3rd and 4th editions, World Civilization, and the Teachers’ Guide to Jerry Bentley’s Traditions and Encounters, 6th Edition. He co-authored a collaborative study of the Industrial Revolution in an international, world historical context with the Woodrow Wilson Institute at Princeton, New Jersey, and Document Based Questions in both European and World History. Paul is a past associate editor for the Encyclopedia of World History published by Berkshire Publishers of Boston. In 2020, he published a paper Why Start World History in 1200 CE? in World History Connected.
Here is what some of your colleagues had to say about our first edition AP World History book:
“The books are great. They have helped my students tremendously.”
Luann Bloodworth / Lee County HS, Leesburg, GA “My students found the charts helpful in our reviews. I like the fact that the answers are not in the book.”
Jennifer C. Meade / Fort Walton Beach High School, Fort Walton Beach, FL "I like the way the book aligns the review text with the six themes of AP World History. The extensive use of review icharts is particularly helpful."
Gwen Palace / Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK