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APHG Resources

Top 5 Resources for a Texas APHG Teacher

  1. Join the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education and attend TAGE workshops
  2. Attend an AP Central Summer Institutes and Workshops
  3. Talk to other APHG teachers – via social media (Facebook)
  4. Review the APHG course overview, course description, and pacing guide
  5. Work on vocabulary and reading and writing strategies (New links coming soon.)

Bonus: Know your TEKS for the one-credit course!

If there are any resources that you are looking for or recommend, please email us at tage.geography@txstate.edu.

Sample Syllabi and Resources

College Board Resources for Teaching APHG

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  • HS Geography Course Options in Texas

    • PEIMS A3360100

      This is a one credit version of the AP Human Geography course that includes all of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for World Geography Studies and the syllabus is approved by the College Board.* This course has all of the same criteria as the AP Human Geography (Elective) course, may be taken as a substitute for World Geography Studies or Pre-AP World Geography but not in addition to it.

    • PEIMS A3360200

      This is a half credit version of the the AP Human Geography course syllabus approved by the College Board. Students cannot earn credit for both AP Human Geography (Wrld Geog) and AP Human Geography (Elective). This course may be taken in addition to World Geography Studies and Pre-AP World Geography.

    • PEIMS 03320100

      This is a one credit course that includes all of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for World Geography Studies. Students who take this course are still able to take the one-half credit AP course.

      Pre-AP Geography is an advanced course, teaching students strategies and techniques that will make them successful at the AP and College level. Numerous writing and reading assignments, research projects, and independent projects are required of the Pre-AP student.

    • PEIMS 03320100

      This is a one credit course that includes all of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for World Geography Studies. Students who take this course are still able to take the one-half credit AP Human Geography (Elective) course. (TEKS 113.43)