The goal is for students to begin
to use the fundamental perspectives (spatial and ecological), themes (location, place, human–environment interaction,
movement, and regions), and concepts (perception, change, pattern/association, systems, and scale) of geography to study the
human systems of culture (including religion and language), politics, economics, and population.
The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography, 11th Edition, ISBN #978-0-13-292658-4
Power of Place,
This is one of the few AP courses suitable for ALL high school students, grades 9-12
$75/month - 9
$50 (non-refundable) due at registration
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A Summer Assignment is required and due according
to dates noted in the assignment.
* In addition to course costs, AN ADMINISTRATIVE FEE is due FOR EACH STUDENT on the first
day of EACH SEMESTER. See COSTS PAGE for further information.
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