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This podcast serves to connect student textbook readings to the curriculum and larger themes of AP World History.

World History Class with Mr. Lutz Mike Lutz

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This podcast serves to connect student textbook readings to the curriculum and larger themes of AP World History.

    Episode 33 – Globalization

    Episode 33 – Globalization

    THE LAST KEY CONCEPTS! 6.1.I.A – new modes of communication – including the Internet, radio communication, and cellular communication – and transportation reduced the problem of geographic distance. 6.1.I.C – Medical innovations, such as vaccines and antibiotics, increased the ability of humans to survive and live longer lives. 6.1.I.D – Energy technologies, including the use … Continue reading "Episode 33 – Globalization"

    Episode 32 – Decolonization

    Episode 32 – Decolonization

    A lengthy list of KCs for this episode: 6.1.I.B – The Green Revolution and commercial agriculture increased productivity and sustained the earth’s growing population as it spread chemically and genetically modified forms of agriculture. 6.2.I.C – After the end of World War II, some colonies negotiated their independence, while other colonies achieved independence through armed … Continue reading "Episode 32 – Decolonization"

    Episode 31 – World War II and the Cold War

    Episode 31 – World War II and the Cold War

    Presenting to you the Key Concepts for WWII and the Cold War… 6.1.III.C – New military technology and new tactics and the waging of “total war” led to increased levels of wartime casualties. 6.2.III.C – The rise of extremist groups in power led to the annihilation of specific populations, notably in the Holocaust doing World … Continue reading "Episode 31 – World War II and the Cold War"

    Episode 30 – The Interwar Years

    Episode 30 – The Interwar Years

    Probably not as many KCs as you expected… 6.1.I.A – New modes of communication – including the Internet, radio communication, and cellular communication – and transportation reduced the problem of geographic distance. 6.2.I.B – Between the two world wars, European imperial states often maintained control over their colonies and in some cases gained additional territories. … Continue reading "Episode 30 – The Interwar Years"

    Episode 29 – World War I

    Episode 29 – World War I

    The Key Concepts in this episode are a bit less than you are used to seeing: 6.1.III.A – Diseases associated with poverty persisted, while other diseases emerged as new epidemics and threats to human survival. In addition, increased longevity led to a higher incidence of certain diseases. (The 1918 influenza pandemic) 6.1.III.C – New military … Continue reading "Episode 29 – World War I"

    Episode 28 – The Ottomans, China, Japan, and Russia and Confront Modern Era

    Episode 28 – The Ottomans, China, Japan, and Russia and Confront Modern Era

    Here are your last Key Concepts of Period 5: 5.1.I.D – As the new methods of industrial production became more common in parts of northwestern Europe, they spread to other parts of Europe and the United States, Russia, and Japan. 5.1.II.C – The global economy of the 19th century expanded dramatically from the previous period … Continue reading "Episode 28 – The Ottomans, China, Japan, and Russia and Confront Modern Era"

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mguil36 ,

Don’t take the podcast episodes off please!

I just started listening to this podcast and really love our approach and all the information but tried to listen to episode 4 today and it says it is unavailable! If you have any power over it please don’t take down the episodes! I want to go through the entirety of them ! Thanks!

katieo2453 ,

Keep it up!

Current second grade teacher here, listening to brush up before I take my Middle School Humanities teaching exam. I sincerely wish I’d had a teacher like you in high school— following along in class was always difficult for me, and being able to pause lectures and record them would have saved me hours of review at home. I would have been in love with history so much sooner!

The way you present information is engaging and not too bogged down with extraneous details. This makes it very easy to understand overarching themes and make connections. I also love the organization of each episode and recommended resources at the end.

Thanks for the help, and for the ideas I’m getting about implementing something similar with my own students. I hope you continue this and create a full year’s worth of content!

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