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AP* Art History
AP Seminars Silicon Valley Summer Institute 2016
Agenda for Pedagogy, Content, and Organization in a flexible presentation
• Who are we and what do we hope to gain from this week?
• Reflections on the new course: What just hit me?
2. AP Courses: rigor, empowerment, and future success for our students—
• Equity and Access,
• Promoting your course
3. Assignment for Day 4: Deepening understanding of the Indigenous Americas
4. Overviews: The Curriculum Framework & the class
• Depth vs. Breadth—facilitating skills and deep understanding
•Big Ideas & Essential questions
•Learning Objectives—what students do
•3 kinds of analysis—Formal, Contextual, Comparative
•The Image Set:
• Essential Knowledge and Enduring Understanding
• The content areas & percentages
• Using works outside the list
5. Nuts and Bolts—How do I start the year?
6. The AP test:
• The AP Art History Reading
• What did students bomb?
• Goodbye to the legacy Test
• The test: MCQ’s, FRQ’s, long essays
• APAH Practice Exam & sample questions
• Analyzing and writing new MCQ’s
• Analyzing and writing new FRQ’s
7. Structuring the class: Strategies for success
• Connecting works with Themes
• Vocabulary, Note-taking, & Organizers
• Reading assignments, Flipping the classroom
• Unit Tests—MCQ, essay, identification
• Developing Writing skills
• Student Research—Teach methodology!
• Preparing students for the Exam:
• Review, Themes/works, essay topics, and Timelines
8. Powerful Teaching: Engaging Students with Exciting Pedagogy
11. Choosing a text: What makes one text better than another?
--content, context, media and techniques
Art Through The Ages
• Marilyn Stokstad’s
Gateways to Art
Exploring Art: A Global Perspective
• Laurie Schneider Adams:
Art Across Time
2. Making Museum Visits Valuable: Successful Visits & Prompts
13. Post AP* test: Ideas for fun and learning
14. Final Day Presentations
15: Summing up, Evaluations and Goodbyes
Description of AP English Language Workshop
This workshop is designed for AP English Language and Composition teachers and will focus on methods for teaching synthesis, argument, and analysis of texts and visuals. Participants will work individually and in groups with AP multiple choice questions, free response essays, rhetorical analysis and non-fiction texts. From the session, participants will be able to create or enhance an AP Language Syllabus. We will also discuss the relationship of our AP* course to AP English Literature. A major focus will the new College Board resources and recent changes to the AP English Language and Composition Exam.
If you have a computer or tablet, please bring it. Although having technology access in the classroom is not required, past participants have stated that it is helpful. You will have access to a computer lab, and our class will have one session in the lab for exploring electronic resources on a provided flash drive.
Please read and bring The Lost City of the Monkey God and two editorials by your favorite journalist.
• Goals of Workshop, Introduction of Participants
• Course and Exam Description Binder
The Course Skills chart
The Course at a Glance page
A Unit at a Glance page
A walk through of the first unit
The “Teaching the Course Skills” section of the “Instructional Approaches” tab
The Exam information
• College Board Equity Policy
• Overview of AP English Language and Composition Exam
Past five prompts
• Changes to AP English Language and Composition Exam for 2019
• New Instructional Resources (Opening August 1)
• Strategies for Developing Critical Thinkers
• Multiple-Choice Strategies, Group Analysis of Question Types