Good news: you will have an option between two choices. Let's look at what the College Board says..." CONGRATULATIONS!
You will need a thesis, use the skill they're asking for, back it up with evidence and Boom.
The long essay question on the AP World History exam assesses your ability to apply knowledge of history in a complex, analytical manner.
Thus, when writing an effective essay on the AP World History exam, you must be able to write a strong, clearly developed thesis and supply a substantial amount of relevant evidence to support your thesis.
The AP World History exam readers will be looking for proficiency in the same four reporting categories they use to assess your DBQ response: Thesis/Claim, Contextualization, Evidence, and Analyzing and Reasoning.
(1 pt) OR Supports an argument in response to the prompt using specific and relevant examples of evidence.
(2 pts)To earn one point, the response must identify specific historical examples of evidence relevant to the topic of the prompt. You've survived the three largest sections of the AP World History Exam. Bringing up the rear is the LOOOOONG Essay Question. It is simply named because they require you to write a bit more than the SHORT answer questions.Long essay questions ask about large-scale topics specifically mentioned in the concept outline, but they are framed to allow students to provide in-depth discussion of specific examples drawn from the conceptoutline or from classroom instruction Basic setup: They'll give you THE RUBRIC, then ask you a question. You will need a thesis, use the skill they're asking for, back it up with evidence and Boom. Below are two examples given from their course description: https://secure-media.collegeboard.org/digital Services/pdf/ap/" Basic setup: They'll give you THE RUBRIC, then ask you a question.This point is not awarded for merely a phrase or reference.Evidence from the Documents: Provides specific examples of evidence relevant to the topic of the prompt.(2 pts)To earn the first point, the response must demonstrate the use of historical reasoning to frame or structure an argument, although the reasoning might be uneven or imbalanced.To earn the second point, the response must demonstrate a complex understanding.Good news: you will have an option between two choices. Section II, Part B of the AP Exam consists of a choice among three long essay questions from different time spans of the course.Students choose from the three long essay questions, which deal with periods 1–2, periods 3–4, or periods 5–6 of the course.