Want to know about the changes to the new AP World DBQ?
Listen to Dave Eaton's and Matt Drwenski's podcast, On Top of the World. They discuss the big changes like the elimination of grouping, point of view, and expanded core.
In addition, Eaton and Drwenski plan to post on Facebook a revised version of every "legacy" DBQ.
Here's a link to the first one they revised, the 2003 DBQ on indentured servitude.
Dave Eaton is is an associate professor of history at Grand Valley State University and Matt Drwenski is a world history graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh.
If you don't subscribe to their podcast, you should. Their topics hit many key concepts in AP World. One of my favorites, and one I used as an extra credit assignment, is episode 81 on the trans- Pacific silver trade in the 16th century.