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Dear students,

Hello and welcome to Advanced Placement World History. As an educator in my fourth year teaching this course, I do not exaggerate when I say that this will be one of the most challenging, rigorous, and rewarding classes you may ever take. To cover more than 10,000 years in the span of less than eight months of class time is a daunting task – we will be moving at breakneck pace as we work to explore a rich curriculum that spans from the Paleolithic Era up to the present day. That is why starting now – over the summer – is imperative to your success in AP World.

This summer assignment is your first taste of what it means to take a course at the college level, so the expectations are high. From this point forward, you will be treated as though you are college students.

Please note the map test (which will be given on Friday of your first full week of school) as well as the essays along with the accompanying charts, which should be emailed to me by the due dates listed. Please scroll down and refer to the sample essays for guidance. The deadlines for your summer work are as follows: – Student Profile and Survey: Sunday, June 10 at 11:59 p.m.

– Comparison Essay and Chart: Sunday, June 17 at 11:59 p.m.

– Causation Essay and Chart: Sunday, July 8 at 11:59 p.m.

– CCOT Essay and Chart: Sunday, Sunday, July 29 at 11:59 p.m.

These are hard deadlines. No extensions will be granted, and major penalties will be levied on assignments that are turned in late. I will not accept any excuses either. Vacations, family emergencies, summer camp – some of these you can predict and some you cannot. However, you can begin structuring your schedule now to ensure that, regardless of your summer plans, completing these assignments will be the least of your concerns. Please email or share with me your completed work before the deadline.

At the bottom of this page, you will find three books and one documentary that I would suggest for summer reading and/or viewing. These are not required; rather I am recommending them for your own personal edification. They will provide you with a solid foundation for when we begin tackling the curriculum in August and prepare you for the rich breadth and depth that this course will cover.

I look forward to serving as your teacher this upcoming year. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at sferguson@cghsnc.org – I will check my email almost daily over the summer, so you are welcome to contact me at any time.

In the words of Eboo Patel, “I fear the road is long. I rejoice that we travel together.” Take care,

Stephen Ferguson

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Dear Fresher,

Congratulations! The long and exciting journey from your application to your offer is over, and in just a few weeks you’ll be joining one of the most welcoming, vibrant, and active communities in Oxford. Whether you’re here because you fell in love with Balliol straight away, were pooled from another College, or because it happens to be the first in alphabet, I know you’ll find your home here. I look forward to welcoming you into our community!

My name is Hubert, the current JCR President. You may well be wondering what the JCR is: the JCR, or Junior Common Room, will be one of the most significant, and hopefully enjoyable, parts of your life at Balliol. The JCR is both the physical student common room where you’ll spend a lot of your time, and the name of the community that you’ll be joining. It’s our undergraduate student union, and Balliol has arguably the largest and most active one in Oxford. A big part of keeping the JCR running is the JCR Committee, which is elected every year to run services, organise events, and look after student welfare: everything from women’s events to sports and charity musicals. My job, for example, is to represent you and all the undergraduates to the College, the University, and the wider world. Another great person you’ll meet as soon as you arrive is Freddy, the JCR Vice President. He’ll be organising Freshers’ Week itself, and can help with any questions or issues that come up in your first few days. You’ll have the opportunity to get involved in the JCR very early on – we hold our annual elections towards the end of your first term.

For those who are eager to get involved, there are offices to suit all sorts of interests – charities, entertainment (‘Entz’), finance, and so on. Freshers usually hold many of the positions on the JCR Committee. It can be daunting to think about these things so soon after reaching Oxford, and of course there’s no obligation to be involved, but if you decide that you want to play a part in running the JCR then you might well find yourself having more fun than you imagined – I’ve personally found it really rewarding!

Further, Balliol JCR is unique in having our very own fully student run Lindsay bar, and Pantry, our student-run cafeteria. This means the JCR is truly the beating heart of Balliol undergraduate life: there is always someone around to have a chat to and it makes Balliol feel that much more like a home when anyone can get a shift behind the bar. There’s lots more information at our website (www.ballioljcr.org); do take a look if you’re interested!

Undergraduate life doesn’t remain within Balliol, of course. Balliol students get involved in a huge variety of activities across the college and the university: there are many, many societies of almost anything you can think of that you’ll be able to get involved in: everything from karate to choirs, it’ll be easy to find people who share your interests, or to find someone to introduce you to new ones!

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We felt that we needed a slightly larger fish in order to break or tie the world record.

Hake lose more than a pound even in a short period of time to consider getting the fish to a registered scale on land before it lost even more. As we use an exceptionally accurate scale, it can be said that initially Joe had a world record hake. Joe’s hake is the second largest of its species we have seen on the Bunny Clark since 1986. The largest one we have ever seen was a 63 pounder caught by Robert Jorgensen (ME) in 1983.

Unofficially, there were two other hake that were caught that tied or bested the world record at the time the fish was hoisted out of the water. Brian Lewer (FL) caught a 46 pound Maine State trophy white hake in July, our third largest hake of the year. And Micah Tower (ME) caught a (previously mentioned) 47 pound Maine State trophy white hake in June, the Bunny Clark’s second largest hake of the season.

You can check out all of our current and past world and state records by accessing the records link at http://www.bunnyclark.com or by going directly to

http://www.bunnyclark.com/records.htm.

At the time of this writing, the new recreational fishing regulations for the 2012 fishing season (the fiscal calendar year starts May 1st) are very similar to last season’s with one exception (haddock). We expect some big changes for the upcoming season, particularly as it relates to the cod, the season for catching cod, the minimum size and the bag limit.

We will not know what these new regulations will be until at least February.

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Dear Jennifer,

Attached please find the report we discussed re: the citizens’ jury process. I have tried to be even handed.

You’ll see there are some critiques of the process, but in a context of general support.

Best wishes,

Ron

Ron Levy

Associate Professor

ANU Law School, Australian National University https://www.law.anu.edu.au/people/ron-levy Co-Director, Project on Deliberative Governance and Law

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