Here’s a sample of our European History lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: Topic 1.2: Italian Renaissance
Unit 1: Topic 1.7: Rivals on the World Stage
Unit 1: Topic 1.10: The Commercial Revolution
Unit 2
Unit 2: Topic 2.2: Luther and the Protestant Reformation
Unit 2: Topic 2.5: The Catholic Reformation
Unit 2: Topic 2.6: 16th-Century Society and Politics
Unit 3
Unit 3: Topic 3.2: The English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution
Unit 3: Topic 3.6: Balance of Power
Unit 3: Topic 3.7: Absolutist Approaches to Power
Unit 4
Unit 4: Topic 4.2: The Scientific Revolution
Unit 4: Topic 4.5: 18th-Century Culture and Arts
Unit 4: Topic 4.6: Enlightened and Other Approaches to Power
Unit 5
Unit 5: Topic 5.2: The Rise of Global Markets
Unit 5: Topic 5.3: Britain’s Ascendency
Unit 5: Topic 5.5: The French Revolution’s Effects
Unit 6
Unit 6: Topic 6.5: The Concert of Europe and European Conservatism
Unit 6: Topic 6.6: Reactions and Revolutions
Unit 6: Topic 6.9: Institutional Responses to Reform
Unit 7
Unit 7: Topic 7.5: The Age of Progress and Modernity
Unit 7: Topic 7.6: New Imperialism: Motivations and Methods
Unit 7: Topic 7.7: Imperialism’s Global Effects
Unit 8
Unit 8: Topic 8.5: Global Economic Crisis
Unit 8: Topic 8.8: World War II
Unit 8: Topic 8.10: 20th-Century Cultural, Intellectual, and Artistic Developments
Unit 9
Unit 9: Topic 9.3: The Cold War
Unit 9: Topic 9.6: Contemporary Western Democracies
Unit 9: Topic 9.7: The Fall of Communism
Question Review
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions
Practice: DBQ
Practice: SAQ

Here’s a sample of our Human Geography Lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: Introduction: Thinking Geographically (Topics 1.1 – 1.7)
Unit 1: Topic 1.1: Introduction to Maps
Unit 1: Topic 1.2: Geographic Data
Unit 1: Topic 1.5: Human-Environmental Interaction
Unit 2
Unit 2: Introduction: Population and Migration Patterns and Processes (Topics 2.1-2.12)
Unit 2: Topic 2.6: Malthusian Theory
Unit 2: Topic 2.9: Aging Populations
Unit 2: Topic 2.10: Causes of Migration
Unit 3
Unit 3: Introduction: Cultural Patterns and Processes (Topics 3.1-3.8)
Unit 3: Topic 3.1: Introduction to Culture
Unit 3: Topic 3.2: Cultural Landscapes
Unit 3: Topic 3.7: Diffusion of Religion and Language
Unit 4
Unit 4: Introduction: Political Patterns and Processes (Topics 4.1-4.10)
Unit 4: Topic 4.1: Introduction to Political Geography
Unit 4: Topic 4.3: Political Power and Territoriality
Unit 4: Topic 4.6: Internal Boundaries
Unit 5
Unit 5: Introduction: Agricultural and Rural Land-Use Patterns and Processes (Topics 5.1-5.12)
Unit 5: Topic 5.5: The Green Revolution
Unit 5: Topic 5.7: Spatial Organization of Agriculture
Unit 5: Topic 5.9: The Global System of Agriculture
Unit 6
Unit 6: Introduction: Cities and Urban Land-Use Patterns and Processes (Topics 6.1-6.11)
Unit 6: Topic 6.7: Infrastructure
Unit 6: Topic 6.9: Urban Data
Unit 6: Topic 6.10: Challenges of Urban Changes
Unit 7
Unit 7: Introduction: Industrial and Economic Development Patterns and Processes (Topics 7.1-7.8)
Unit 7: Topic 7.2: Economic Sectors and Patterns
Unit 7: Topic 7.4: Women and Economic Development
Unit 7: Topic 7.8: Sustainable Development
Review
AP Exam Review (Course Skills 1-5 and Units 1-7)
Post-Exam Resources (Course Skills 1-5 and Units 1-7)

Here’s a sample of our U.S. Government lesson.

Unit 1
Unit 1: Topic 1.1: Ideals of Democracy
Unit 1: Topic 1.3: Government Power and Individual Rights
Unit 1: Topic 1.4: Challenges of the Articles of Confederation
Unit 1: Topic 1.5: Ratification of the United States Constitution
Unit 1: Topic 1.9: Federalism in Action
Unit 2
Unit 2: Topic 2.1: Congress: The Senate and the House of Representatives
Unit 2: Topic 2.7: Presidential Communication
Unit 2: Topic 2.9: Legitimacy of the Judicial Branch
Unit 2: Topic 2.10: The Court in Action
Unit 2: Topic 2.13: Discretionary and Rule-Making Authority
Unit 3
Unit 3: Topic 3.1: The Bill of Rights
Unit 3: Topic 3.2: First Amendment: Freedom of Religion
Unit 3: Topic 3.4: First Amendment: Freedom of the Press
Unit 3: Topic 3.5: Second Amendment: Right to Bear Arms
Unit 3: Topic 3.9: Amendments: Due Process and the Right to Privacy
Unit 3: Topic 3.11: Government Responses to Social Movements
Unit 4
Unit 4: Topic 4.1: American Attitudes About Government and Politics
Unit 4: Topic 4.2: Political Socialization
Unit 4: Topic 4.3: Changes in Ideology
Unit 4: Topic 4.9: Ideology and Economic Policy
Unit 4: Topic 4.10: Ideology and Social Policy
Unit 5
Unit 5: Topic 5.1: Voting Rights and Models of Voting Behavior
Unit 5: Topic 5.4: How and Why Political Parties Change and Adapt
Unit 5: Topic 5.6: Interest Groups Influencing Policy Making
Unit 5: Topic 5.7: Groups Influencing Policy Outcomes
Unit 5: Topic 5.9: Congressional Elections
Review
Practice: Argument Essays
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions
SCOTUS Comparison
Concept Application

Here’s a sample of our U.S. History lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: Topic 1.3 European Exploration in the Americas
Unit 1: Topic 1.5 Labor, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System: The Encomienda System
Unit 1: Topic 1.5 Labor, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System: The Black Legend
Unit 2
Unit 2: Topic 2.4: Transatlantic Trade
Unit 2: Topic 2.5: Interactions Between American Indians and Europeans
Unit 2: Topic 2.7: Colonial Society and Culture
Unit 3
Unit 3: Topic 3.8: The Constitutional Convention and Debates over Ratification
Unit 3: Topic 3.10: Shaping a New Republic
Unit 3: Topic 3.11: Developing an American Identity
Unit 4
Unit 4: Topic 4.3: Politics and Regional Interests
Unit 4: Topic 4.5: Market Revolution: Industrialization
Unit 4: Topic 4.9: The Development of an American Culture
Unit 5
Unit 5: Topic 5.3: The Mexican-American War
Unit 5: Topic 5.6: Failure to Compromise
Unit 5: Topic 5.10: Reconstruction
Unit 6
Unit 6: Topic 6.5: Technological Innovation
Unit 6: Topic 6.7: Labor in the Gilded Age
Unit 6: Topic 6.13: Politics in the Gilded Age
Unit 7
Unit 7: Topic 7.11: Interwar Foreign Policy
Unit 7: Topic 7.13: World War II: Military
Unit 7: Topic 7.14: Postwar Diplomacy
Unit 8
Unit 8: Topic 8.2: The Cold War from 1945 to 1980
Unit 8: Topic 8.5: Culture after 1945
Unit 8: Topic 8.8: The Vietnam War
Unit 9
Unit 9: Topic 9.3: The End of the Cold War
Unit 9: Topic 9.4: A Changing Economy
Unit 9: Topic 9.5: Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s
Question Review
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions
Practice: DBQ
Practice: SAQ

Here’s a sample of our World History lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: Topic 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
Unit 1: Topic 1.4: State Building in the Americas
Unit 1: Topic 1.5: State Building in Africa
Unit 2
Unit 2: Topic 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Routes
Unit 2: Topic 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity
Unit 2: Topic 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity
Unit 3
Unit 3: Topic 3.1: Empires Expand
Unit 3: Topic 3.2: Empires: Administration
Unit 3: Topic 3.3: Empires: Belief Systems
Unit 4
Unit 4: Topic 4.2: Exploration: Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750
Unit 4: Topic 4.4: Maritime Empires Established
Unit 4: Topic 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750
Unit 5
Unit 5: Topic 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins
Unit 5: Topic 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age
Unit 5: Topic 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900
Unit 6
Unit 6: Topic 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
Unit 6: Topic 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
Unit 6: Topic 6.6: Causes of Migration in the Interconnected World
Unit 7
Unit 7: Topic 7.2: Causes of World War I
Unit 7: Topic 7.5: Unresolved Tensions after World War I
Unit 7: Topic 7.7: Conducting World War II
Unit 8
Unit 8: Topic 8.2: The Cold War
Unit 8: Topic 8.6: Newly Independent States
Unit 8: Topic 8.8: End of the Cold War
Unit 9
Unit 9: Topic 9.3: Technological Advances: Debates About the Environment After 1900
Unit 9: Topic 9.5: Calls for Reform and Responses After 1900
Unit 9: Topic 9.7: Resistance to Globalization After 1900
Question Review
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions
Practice: DBQ
Practice: SAQ