AP European History

AP European History covers important events, people, developments and processes from about 1450 to the present. Students will apply the same skills, practices, and methods used by historians to analyze primary and secondary historical sources; construct historical arguments; make historical connections; and use comparison, causation, and reasoning about continuity and change over time.

This course also offers seven themes that students will explore throughout the course in order to make connections across historical developments in different times and places: Europe's interaction with the world, economic and business development, cultural and intellectual development, institutions of power and others Institutions, social organization and development, national and European identity, and technological and scientific innovation. This course is accredited with the California A-G course approval, aligning with the curriculum standards of the University of California system, and is widely recognized by the majority of American universities.

Duration: 30 Weeks * Every THURSDAY

Time: 6:00-8:00pm (PST)

Grades: suitable for 8-12 graders

It is recommended that students applying for this course should be able to read college-level textbooks and write grammatically correct and complete  sentences.

About the Instructor

Alina Masotti graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor's degree in History. In June 2022, she participated in the College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) scoring team.

As an experienced education professional, she possesses extensive knowledge and understanding, enabling her to provide students with a deep understanding of American history and assist them in achieving excellent results in the AP exam. 

Alina Masotti is passionate about education and has excellent teaching skills, allowing her to create a positive learning environment and inspire students' interest and enthusiasm for American history. Through her guidance and instruction, students will be able to expand their historical knowledge and develop critical thinking and analytical abilities.