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2022 Summer Assignments/Reading

*Some of the summer assignments are linked as an APS Google Doc. Please make sure you log in using your APS account.

AP Art & Design

AP Research

English

We recognize these past few years have not been “typical”, given all that has occurred. We are asking you to read, now more than ever. You should read a wide variety of texts on many topics, and from the perspectives of others that may be of a different race, gender, age, etc. than youIt is important to read books in which you see yourself and others in order to truly be educated. Below are many options that can also be found in hardcopy, ebook, and/or audiobook format from the library, but feel free to branch out to find other books you may enjoy. Wishing you continued good health and safety, Your future English teachers

Reading

Writing: there is no required writing assignment.  Be curious and check out the following writing links:

English Learner (EL)

Math

AP Calculus AB: we want you to practice your algebra and trig skills to be prepared for the coming year!  The summer assignment is at deltamath.com.

  • If you don’t already have an account, sign up for a new account.
  • Once you have an account, register for the Teacher Code 383990 (Mrs. Jewell).
  • Complete the assignment, AP Calculus AB – Summer Assignment.  You will need to correctly complete problems in each section.  Deltamath has worked out solutions and videos to help you if you don’t remember the material.  There is no penalty for getting a problem wrong.  Just try again until you able to successfully complete the problem.
  • This assignment is due by 11:59 pm on Friday September 2.  
    If you have any questions or problems, contact one of us:
    holly.jewell@apsva.us
    paige.irwin@apsva.us
    tamar.rava@apsva.us

Science

Social Studies

AP European History

 

AP Human Geography
This is an APS Google Document

AP US History
Click the link to enroll in the AP US History Summer Canvas Course

AP World History
Students must complete both part 1 and part 2


World Languages