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1 Term 1 Assignment AP European History To AP European History Students: This course is probably different than any you have completed thus far in your educational pursuits. As a sophomore, you will have an opportunity to earn college credit for knowledge and skills acquired in high school by taking the European History Advanced Placement Exam in May of The emphasis of the European History course is on acquiring analytical, critical thinking, and writing skills while mastering historical content. The course is equivalent to an introductory college course. It is challenging and rigorous. The course focuses on European History (Western & Eastern Europe, including Russia) from the High Renaissance of 1450 to present day. Having a basic introduction of European history preceding 1450 will help to give the beginning of class greater context. In an effort to achieve this, we are asking students to do the following two things: 1) Read and complete a study guide for The Late Middle Ages: Social and Political Breakdown by Donald Kagan a. The reading is roughly 25 pages long and you will also be completing a short study guide based off this text. It is a.pdf file and is attached in two separate parts. b. Note that you will be taking a closed-note test on this material within the first 2 weeks of school 2) Complete a mapping assignment a. Color and correctly label 2 modern-day maps of Europe b. Note that you will be taking a map test within the first 2 weeks of school The term one project is designed to enrich student knowledge of Modern European and World History. Completion of the assignment will increase your understanding of the events of the Later Middle Ages and will serve as a good jumping off point for the Renaissance once the school year begins. We are making the assignment available to you now so that, if you choose to, you can take advantage of time during the end of summer to work through this reading. Completing the project early prepares you for the course, and getting a head start will help you be better prepared for the rigor of the course. Once school begins, you will have regular homework assignments in history as well as your other classes. Thus, we strongly recommend that you take advantage of the end of summer to complete the assignments. You can access this assignment digitally through the NPHS website ( under summer assignments, grade 10 or through Mr. Ellis or Mrs. Coull s school websites. T H E ASSI G N M E N T IS T H E SA M E F O R A L L E UR OPE A N H IST O R Y ST UD E N TS whether you will be in Mrs. Coull's or Mr. Ellis' class. Sincerely, Scott Ellis and Tiffany Coull NPHS AP European History Teachers

2 Chapter 12 Review Guide: The Late Middle Ages: Social and Political Breakdown Directions: Answer the following questions as you read through the chapter. Your responses should be in paragraph form, and should answer all parts of the question with thoughtful analysis and depth. Your responses need to be hand-written. No typed papers, please! 1. What were the underlying and precipitating causes of the Hundred Years War? What advantages did each side have? Why were the French finally able to drive the English almost entirely out of France? 2. What were the causes of the Black Death, and why did it spread so quickly throughout Western Europe? Where was it most virulent? How did it affect European society? How important do you think disease is in changing the course of history? 3. Why did Pope Boniface VIII quarrel with King Philip the Fair? Why was Boniface so powerless and weak in the conflict? How had political conditions changed since the reign of Pope Innocent III in the late twelfth century, and what did that mean for the papacy? 4. How did the church change from 1200 to 1450? What was its response to the growing power of monarchs? How great an influence did the church have on secular events? 5. What was the Avignon papacy, and why did it occur? How did it affect the papacy? What relationship did it have to the Great Schism? How did the church become divided and how was it reunited? Why was the conciliar movement a setback for the papacy? 6. Why were kings in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries able to control the church more than the church could control the kings? How did kings attack the church during this period?

3 European Mapping Assignment You are responsible for being able to locate on a map of Europe each of the following items. You will need to print out and be prepared to submit 2 separate maps: use one map to locate and label all countries, and the second map to locate and label all physical geography items (rivers and other bodies of water, mountains, and islands). On map #1: Locate and label the following countries: Albania Hungary Portugal Austria Iceland Romania Belgium Ireland (Republic of) Russia Belarus Italy Scotland Kosovo Serbia Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Latvia Slovakia Croatia Lithuania Slovenia Spain Luxembourg Czech Republic Denmark Macedonia (FYROM) Sweden England Moldova Switzerland Estonia Montenegro Turkey Finland Netherlands Ukraine France Northern Ireland United Kingdom Germany Norway Wales Greece Poland On Map #2: Locate and label each of the following bodies of water: Aegean Sea Dardanelles Straits Adriatic Sea English Channel Atlantic Ocean Straits of Gibraltar Baltic Sea Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Straits of Messina Bosporus Straits North Sea Draw (in blue) and label each of the following rivers. Be sure that the river s source can be seen: Danube Oder Dnieper Rhine Don Seine Elbe Thames Loire Volga Locate and label each of the following islands: Corsica Sardinia

4 Cyprus Crete Sicily Locate and label each of the following mountain ranges: Alps Balkans Apennines Pyrenees Carpathians Urals Caucasus

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