AP Language and Composition
Summer Reading Recommendations
At Lake Brantley High School, we share Seminole County’s commitment to developing reading skills and inspiring a lifelong love of reading. Reading throughout the summer is a key to achieving both goals. Research shows that summer reading has a positive impact on academic performance and correlates to increased test scores; research also indicates that summer reading is most effective when students are given free choice of reading material. With that in mind, we are not assigning summer reading except at the AP level, but encourage you to participate in Lets Read Seminole and read anything and everything you can. Details of the program can be found at Let's Read Seminole. We’ve also provided a list of recommendations. Happy reading!
Directions: For each of these assignments you are required have at least a contact sheets worth of images – 36 photos. You can and should shoot more. Lots more. Use a USB flash drive (At least 16GB) to organize your files.
(TAREA DE VERANO) SUMMER ASSIGNMENT
Enhorabuena por la decisión que has tomado al apuntarte a esta clase.
Para que durante el año escolar tengas una guía, de tanto los términos literarios como de las obras que vamos a ir trabajando, te propongo dos tareas diferentes.
Estas dos tareas serán las dos primeras notas del nuevo curso y las recogeré el primer día de clase.
Realizar 38 fichas con los autores, épocas y lecturas que vamos a tratar durante el año.
Realizar fichas con los términos literarios más importantes a tratar el año próximo.
La idea es que utilices estas fichas durante todo el año como herramienta de repaso.
Adjunto dos documentos diferentes con la explicación de cada tarea. “Tarea 1, fichas literarias” y “Tarea 2 , términos literarios “
Es muy importante que sigas las instrucciones a la hora de realizar las fichas.
Para cualquier duda puedes contactarme a mi correo electrónico firstname.lastname@example.org durante el verano.
SPANISH 2 MOVING TO SPANISH 3
AP Studio Art 2D (Photography)with Mr. Garver
As you will be working on ONE portfolio though out the 2019-2020 school year, you are required to come up with three Themes/Ideas/Projects over the summer. This will be the foundation of your Sustained Investigation Portfolio you’ll be sending to College Board at the end of the year.
1. Come up with 3 Ideas, Projects or Themes that you’ll want to work on throughout the school year. These should be something that you have a personal interest in. Previous students have dealt with issues like: LGBTQ, Family Dynamics, Self Portraits, or even experimenting with different media.
2. For each portfolio idea shoot a Contact Sheets worth of Photos (30 for each)! Please DO NOT JUST DO SNAP SHOTS!!!! Each photo on the contact should be a well thought out photograph.
3. For each portfolio idea you come up with, write a 2-3 paragraph commentary as to why you choose the idea/theme/project and how the images demonstrate your idea.
You will turn in this summer assignment to eCampus the first day of the new school year. 3 contact sheet and 3 commentaries.
Note, just because you have 30 images of your idea doesn’t mean you are done with the final portfolio. Throughout this class you will take hundreds of photographs and our job will be to edit down to your strongest 15 to send to College Board.
If you have any questions please email me over the summer: email@example.com
AP Studio Art: 2D Design Or Drawing Portfolio
Pick up a packet from 7-105 or the front desk during summer break. If you are unable to get a packet, please use your own materials and follow the directions as closely as possible.
Visit the College Board website and look at examples of 2D Design and Drawing portfolios.
For questions email Kathryn_Farmer@scps.k12.fl.us.
The entire summer assignment is required for AP Studio Art and is due on the first day of school. Failure to do the summer assignment will jeopardize your opportunity to be in the class.
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Here are a few examples for The AP Studio Art Summer Assignments:
You Tube Art Video List
You Tube Art Videos & Books for AP Studio Art
Go to The Sketchbook Challenge and explore the tutorials - they are great. Also check out the artists who are part of the challenge. The blog is full of information you can use. Explore the themes and pick two to work on in your sketchbook. Check out Jane LaFazio’s blog. In addition to being one of the artists at The Sketchbook Challenge, she provides great drawing aids.
Go to Strathmore Journal Workshops for free and informative resources.
Teesha Moore - All journaling videos on You Tube
Amazing 16 page journal part 1 and 2
Journaling Layer 1
White page journal
Diana Trout Blog - Her book “Journal Spilling”
Juicy Watercolor ( Prang )
Creating Decorative Papers with Citra Solv
Random Journal Page
Basic Watercolor 8-20-2011
Image Transfer with water
Watercolor and Resists
Jane Davies Blog - Her book “Collage Journeys”
Resist and Water, Alcohol Technique
Scribble Painting May 15. 2012
Doodle April 22, 2011
Gesture Drawing March 31, 2011
Composition lesson 3 Textures May 6, 2011
Resistance Resists May 20, 2011
Danny Gregory blog - videos-journals, he has two books in the Seminole Library.
Great samples of contour drawings.
AP Human Geography
Students should study political maps of the countries of the world. These maps will be tested in the first weeks of the school year.
The following sites will help students to prepare:
AP World History New 2019
Summer reading for AP World History is the book A History of the World in Six Glasses by Tom Standage. This book can be checked out over the summer break from the Media Center.
Students will participate in a review activity and test on the reading in August.
- Assignment: Six Glasses Discussion Questions
Read the AP Chemistry Letter document.
- Complete the 10 worksheets in this packet.
- THEY ARE DUE ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!
- Buy an AP Chemistry Test Prep book (like the Barrons Guide) and start looking through it.
- Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Come to the help sessions if needed!