Students who take AP classes should expect to complete summer homework prior to starting the class. Additionally, AP Classes have a significant amount of homework each evening.
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AP Summer Homework for 2023-2024 School Year
AP Art History:
Click here to access the handout for summer homework. Note: You will need to check out a textbook from the library to complete the assignment!
Watch this video for an explanation of the summer homework. Note: Change from the video: There are three books to read this summer. For the journaling, pick between Song of Solomon, Woman Warrior, and Wide Sargasso Sea instead of between Song of Solomon and Born a Crime.
Click here to access the handout for summer reading. Note: You will need to check out books from the library for this assignment!
AP Environmental Science:
All required information in Canvas.
If you have any question please reach out to Quin.Haldane@ashland.k12.or.us
Click here to access the handout for summer homework. Note: You will either need to check out a textbook from the library in advance, or you can access the necessary chapters here.
AP U.S. History:
Click here to access AP Summer Pack – it answers the most commonly-asked questions about APUSH and provides instructions for the summer homework.
Click here to access AP Outside Reading – this is the article by James Axtell with the guiding questions. Students read the article and answer the questions.
Click here to access AP New World Beginnings – the first three chapters in Kennedy, Cohen, and Bailey, The American Pageant, for summer reading and to prepare IDs.
Click here to access Why Study History? – an exercise on historiography. Students follow instructions and complete the assignment.