HELPFUL LINKS BY TOPIC
MAPS: fun and practice
MAPS: Interesting map sites I have found
Seriously, this map be the coolest mapping site, EVER. It uses information and statistics to "resize" the countries of the world based on a wide variety of subjects. Check it out here: Show World
40 Maps that explain the world- looking at animated and thematic maps that connect to EVERY unit!
True Size of Africa- map projections and distortions
Modern Africa- through different types of maps
Interactive Map of the U.S.-do you know where your States are?
Interactive Map of Northern Africa/Middle East-test your knowledge!
Google Earth Gallery- Take tours of landmarks, cathedrals, castles, and more!
Atlas Tests-world atlas maps
Geography Games-interactive map quizzes-study and test yourself
Map Quizzes-on your student companion site from your book
World Countries-a trivia quiz
Lizard Point Quizzes-Another interactive map quiz site to study from
AP HUG APS for your Phone/tablet/etc.
Yup. For your phone. Be a dork like me and download them. Many are FREE! Commence the studying.
APGH Study AP: http://geographyeducation.org/2013/04/15/aphg-study-app/
more to come...
....may help w/FRQs, especially the EL-CON part
The following links and documents will help you:
This MELCON page will help you....see
-Planning sheet for writing paragraphs (your FRQ responses are basically well written paragraphs, not traditional 5 paragraph essays)
All in one site with graphic organizers and explanations
PLAGIARISM AND CITATIONS
1. What is plagiarism-tips to avoid
2. Purdue Writing Lab- I used this in high school AND in college for examples on how to cite in works cited pages and IN my papers!
3. Purdue Writing Lab-in-text citations (where you need the help!)
4. How and When to Cite in a Paper
5. Sample Papers in MLA Format-they will show you what everything should look like
6. Citations and Paper Writing Tips for grades 7-12
7. A Video to Explain
Become a member of the Global Society
Kiva- donate money to people to help start and sustain businesses
Studying for your AP EXAM
Learning Pods-Quizzes on each unit!
Models and theories- Prezi Review
Interesting article related to AP HUG
AP EXAM Definitions
ap & eTC.
Use the attached documents and links below to help you with rewriting your FRQs.
1. Strategies for writing AP HUG FRQ
2. AP Student Tips
3. FRQ Tips including a quick outline (my favorite!)
4. AP Writing Exam Tips including PAST FRQs and acceptable/unacceptable answers (this is where I found the ones for you in class)
OTHER FUN SITES
Hubbard High School
Vocabsushi-a great site to build and expand your vocabularly.
Vist the Louvre-if you can’t make it to Paris…
Visit Ancient Rome- interactive Google Earth tours.
Lemonade Game-Supply and demand, anyone? Quite addictive.
My Website Library- this site is a collection of bookmarks that I use and have made available to you.
The Black Plague- one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350.
Mr. Renaissance Man- Exploring Leonard da Vinci.
The Reformation: The Tudors- from Henry III to Elizabeth and the Armada.
Emancipation Proclamation- Read information and view the document.
Dred Scott Decision- includes information, pictures, related books.
World War II- a huge site devoted to all things WWII.
Anne Frank House- The Museum site; the most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.
The Manhattan Project- An interactive History site about the Manhattan Projec.
Vietnam War- a site including a timeline, pictures, primary documents and more.