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AP Seminar Final PT2 Papers Due

May 12, 2020


If you are NOT taking the AP Seminar exam and you would like your paper to count, please submit it to by 11:59 Sunday night. I will not be accepting them any later than that because I need to input grades on them ASAP. Seniors, if you can, submit them by Thursday morning so […]

AP Seminar Rough Drafts

May 1, 2020


IMPORTANT – IF YOU ARE NOT TAKING THE EXAM ANY LONGER – EVEN IF YOU HAVE SENT ME AN EMAIL – PLEASE FILL OUT THIS GOOGLE FORM. I have to return previously submitted work to you if you do not intend to take the exam. I will instead count that work toward your “final exam” […]

AP Seminar: Authorial Intent Assignment

April 13, 2020


Hey, guys. There’s a new assignment on AP Classroom for you to read, and no, I did not assign the one about sleeping in on purpose. Please complete these by Thursday – they should not take long. I’ve looked at what you’ve submitted me so far and they look good. Please, if you haven’t sent […]


April 3, 2020


Please visit the College Board’s site on their emergency exam testing and read it for detail if you have not yet done so. Me, basing my assumption off of years of teaching AP history classes and a few million DBQs written in high school, figured that there would be no way that the College Board […]

AP Seminar Help Videos from the College Board

April 3, 2020


I’m posting these as a resource for you guys if you need clarification on any of the writing that you’re doing right now. Obviously, you can email me or ask me for a Zoom meeting, but if this is easier for you it’s a great option. The College Board made them available today. This is […]

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. Please subscribe to this blog for timely updates. Office hours will be […]

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. […]