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Distance Learning Information

March 12, 2020


Please be mindful that you are responsible for ALL work assigned over the break and all submission on requested due dates. As I post new assignments for each of the classes, I will link to them here. Due dates will accompany the assignments and will also be posted on all class calendars. Please subscribe to […]

Performance Task 2: Individual Research-Based Essay and Presentation

February 26, 2020


Ok, guys, time for the hard part. The IRB essay is worth 24.5% of your AP Exam grade, and your individual presentation and defense is worth 10%. You can’t hide as part of a team for this one. It’s all on you. Please read the section of the CED about PT2 starting on page 40. […]

Performance Task 2 Submission Instructions

December 16, 2019


This will be graded in the same way as your last paper submission – it is practice, but you will get full feedback on an AP Rubric when we get back next semester. Please take that feedback to heart since I cannot offer any next semester on your official assignments. Late submissions will be docked […]

AP Seminar IRR Submission

November 18, 2019


Please submit to using the following class codes by 11:59 tonight: A Day AP Seminar: 21636233 B Day AP Seminar: 21636234 The password for each is wheeler Please be aware that presentations begin tomorrow and will last through Friday. I’m allowing for some extra time for you to get your ducks in a row […]

AP Seminar Team Research Questions/Lenses

October 23, 2019


Please post (one per team) your research question and the team members’ probable lenses in the comments section. I will approve them as they become posted. This is due at the end of class on 10/23 or 10/24. Please post it in this format: Group Number, A/B Day Research Question: ______________________________ Team Member 1 Lens: […]

“See You In Disneyland” Reading

August 27, 2019


2B Seminar, this is for early release day; 2A Seminar, I’ll give you this for homework on Thursday. Please read Michael Sorkin’s “See You In Disneyland” (available here) and answer the following Question 1 analysis:

Reflective Journal on Collaborative Argument

August 26, 2019


Please post your at least one paragraph reflection in OneNote (there’s a tab in there for reflections now) by the next time I see you, so 8/28 for B day and 8/29 for A day. The reflection on your collaborative argument process should answer these questions: Write a reflection on the process of research, synthesize, […]