AP European History Updates and New Resources for 2019-20
To bring you and your students new classroom resources and supports, we’re making updates to AP European History for the 2019-20 school year.Learn More
2017 Chief Reader Report Module
The Chief Reader for the 2017 AP European History exam provides a brief walkthrough of the highlights of their Chief Reader Report. In this presentation, Paul Deslandes of the University of Vermont gives bite-sized overviews of each free-response question—how students performed, teaching tips for areas where students struggled, and a deeper understanding of the questions and results.
Below is a diverse selection of supplemental materials, including lesson plans and teaching strategies, from the College Board and your AP colleagues. Look for more classroom resources in the AP Teacher Community.
Note: These materials were developed prior to the course redesign in 2015-16. While these materials are still relevant to teaching the redesigned AP European History course, teachers should be aware of the differences.
From The College Board
From Your AP Colleagues
Lesson Plans from the History Teaching Institute
Three Lesson Plans: France in the Late-18th and Early-19th Centuries
Introducing Students to Historiography in the AP European History ClassroomOne teacher's strategies for teaching students about historiography.
Art in the AP European History ClassroomWays to incorporate art into your history classes, plus useful art-related websites and other resources.
The Spanish Flu And Its Legacy