AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
DAILY BELL-RINGER QUESTIONS
FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 21, 2017
Welcome back to another school year. APHG is now in its 18th season. It is currently the fastest growing AP course! I look forward to providing you with weekly/daily bell ringers and initiations for your students. To get them actively engaged in learning about our fascinating and very relevant discipline. Feel free to contact me with any questions, etc. Have a great school year. And remember, students should always be prompted, probed, so to speak, to answer the WHY question when responding to geographic inquiry J Second law of geography = "spatial perspective, why of where."  -Ken Keller

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HOW TO TEACH AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY  IN ONE SEMESTER

Download the course outline  including a complete set of by-unit calendars provided by NCGE member, Lisa Sanders!


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ABOUT THE BELL-RINGERS AUTHOR KENNETH H. KELLER

Ken currently teaches Advanced Placement (AP) Human Geography at Walton High School in Marietta, GA. He previously taught AP Human Geography, United States History and Civics and Government at Danbury High School in Danbury, CT and was an adjunct professor of geography at Western Connecticut State University where he taught Principles of World Geography. Ken is a past member of the AP Human Geography Test Development Committee and was recently re-elected to serve on the National Council for Geographic Education's Board of Directors. He can be reached with questions or feedback via his email at:  kkeller1976@comcast.net
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