The following are AP courses I have taught at one point in my career. There are some useful links for anyone looking for additional resources in their regular level or honors level courses.
AP Human Geography
AP Human Geography is a yearlong, college-level course that prepares students for the Advanced Placement* Human Geography Exam. This fast-paced, upper-level course is designed for highly motivated students. Critical readings, writing activities, classroom assignments, and discussion activities provide multiple opportunities to develop a deep understanding of concepts and skills. Practice assessments and essays based on the Advanced Placement Human Geography Exam are found throughout the course. The course asks students to differentiate among geographic concepts, theories, and models; to analyze relationships among human systems; to explore human-environment interactions; and to study the role of land use and economic development across time periods in various geographic regions.
Topics of Study
Politics and Boundaries
Agriculture and Land Use
Industrialization and Economic Development
The Urban Environment, Land Use, and Economic Development
AP Human Geography Syllabus
2013-14 Summer Assignment: Download both of the following documents, and follow the directions. Parts 2 & 3 will be due in the first week of school, August 5, 2013.
Useful Links for AP Human Geography
Online Review Session Recording, May 5th, 2014 - Exam Overview and Helpful Tips