Frq Ap Human Geography Culture Assignment

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Agriculture FRQ due Monday, March 17th
Discuss the advances that each of the agricultural revolutions had on farming.
 A)     What agricultural products were affected by each revolution?
 B)    What impact did the agricultural revolutions have on world  population?
 C)     Where did each revolution begin and diffuse to?

Chapter 12 Online Quiz

Quiz must be completed by Saturday, April 19th. If you are having any difficulties, be sure to email me immediately.
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Religion Project
Due: Tuesday, November 3rd

With a partner, you will be researching a religion and then develop a website, using, which will be used to teach the class the history and current status of the religion.

Language Family Tree

Create a collage using Popplet to illustrate the language family tree. Your collage must include 15 widely spoken languages and 5 maps.

Click here to take Ch.4 Open-Note Quiz
Tuesday, Nov. 5th - Thursday, Nov. 7th

Ch.4 Key Issue 3 Writing Assignment
Why is Poular Culture Widely Distributed?
Explain the following
  -Diffusion of popular housing, clothing and food
  -Role of television in diffusing popular culture

 Mr. Tredinnick's Class Site

Welcome to Mr. Tredinnick's AP Human Geography Class


Post-Test Course Schedule

AP Test Review

Review Course Schedule

Review Resources

Unit VII: Political Organization of Space

Unit VII Course Schedule

Unit VII Additional Resources

Unit VI: Cultural Patterns and Processes

Unit VI Course Schedule

Unit VI Additional Resources

"Geography is everything, and everything is Geography"

AP Human Geography Syllabus 2015-2016
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This year long class will introduce students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alterations of the Earth’s surface. By looking at the relationships between cultural groups and their physical geography it is possible to find relationships that allow geographers to understand better how humans are shaped by their physical world, and change it in turn. We will be looking at different cultural phenomenon such as language, religion, government, and economic systems in order to make connections between different cultural set and how they interact with one another. By examining maps and other geographical tools students will examine correlations between the physical and human world and the interactions that have shaped our planet and human life. This course is designed to increase the students’ understanding of the world and develop their critical thinking skills. Upon completion of this course students will be given the opportunity to take the Advanced Placement test for the possibility of college credit.
Week 32: Test Review
     (May 2-6)
Monday: No Class "A" Day
Tuesday: Unit VII
Wednesday: No Class "A" Day
Thursday: Cracking the Multiple Choice
     + Diagnostic Test
     + Discussion: Tips and Strategies
Friday: No Class "A" Day
Week 33: Test Week
     (May 9-13)
Monday: Cracking the FRQ
     + Discussion: Tips and Strategies
     + Grading the FRQ (Activity)
Tuesday: No Class "A" Day
Wednesday: Theories and Models
     + Human Geography Models (Review Resources)
Thursday: No Class "A" Day
Friday: Test Day

AP Human Geography Test Date: Friday May 13th, 2016 (8:00 am)

Week 29: Defining the State
     (Apr 11-15)
Monday: Defining States
     - US and World Political Map Quizzes
     - Introduction to Political Geography (Notes)
     - Problems of American Territories (Assignment)
          + Last Week Tonight: U.S. Territories
     HW: Rubenstein 254-264
Tuesday: No Class "A" Day
Wednesday: Nationalism
     - Geographic Perceptions (Assignment)
     - The Geography of Nationalism (Notes)
     HW: Ukrainian Crisis (Assignment)
     HW: Rubenstein 230-237
Thursday: No Class "A" Day
Friday: State Shapes and Borders
     - Forming Borders (Notes)
          + The Most Complex International Borders
     HW: Borders FRQ (Assignment)
     HW: Rubenstein 268-274
Week 30: State Creation
     (Apr 18-22)
Monday: No Class "A" Day
Tuesday: State Shapes and Evolution
     - Shapes of States (Notes)
     - Indicators of Failed States (Assignment)
     HW: Using the Corruption Perception Index (Assignment)
     HW: Rubenstein 260-268
Wednesday: No Class "A" Day
Thursday: Territorial Disputes
     - This Land is Mine
     - Takeshima/Dokdo Dispute (Assignment)
          + Korean Islands Dokdo
     - The Falkland Question (Assignment)
     HW: The Falkland Question Thought Question
Friday: No Class "A" Day
     Half Day - Staff Development
Week 31: Hyper Nationalism
     (Apr 25-29)
Monday: Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
     - Extremes of Nationalism (Notes)
     HW: Rubenstein 237-249
     HW: Unit VII Test Wednesday April 29th
Tuesday: No Class "A" Day
Wednesday: Multinational Organizations
     - Supranational Organizations (Notes)
     HW: Criticism of Supranationalism (Assignment)
Thursday: No Class "A" Day
Friday: Review Day
     HW: Unit VII Test - Political Organization of Space
          Wednesday May 3rd, 2016

Week 32: Finish Unit VII
     (May 2-6)
Monday: No Class "A" Day
Tuesday: Unit VII Test - Political Organization of Space
          Friday May 1st, 2015
Wednesday: No Class "A" Day
Thursday: AP Test Review
Friday: No Class "A" Day

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