Learn all material in the AP® Macroeconomics curriculum from highly regarded AP instructors and college professors.
About this course
Learn key concepts and AP® Macroeconomics material from top AP instructors, including many of the same high school teachers and college faculty who helped design the AP curriculum in partnership with the College Board.
Each module will cover a major concept in the AP® Macroeconomics course, based on Advanced Placement® standards.
All topics are broken into bite-sized pieces—with short instructional videos, interactive graphs, and practice problems.
Throughout the 18 core modules, you will also find more than 30 short videos. Each one is placed at a critical juncture – ensuring you don’t miss important ideas, definitions and concepts.
- Basic Macroeconomics Concepts
- Supply & Demand
- Measures of Economic Performance
- Nominal & Real Values
- Classical & Keynesian Models
- Aggregate Demand
- Aggregate Supply
- Short-Run Macroeconomic Equilibrium
- Moving to Long-Run Equilibrium
- Economic Growth
- Fiscal Policy
- Money & the Money Market
- Money Creation
- Monetary Policy
- Loanable Funds
- Phillips Curve
- Comparative Advantage & Trade
- Foreign Exchange Markets
This course is specifically designed for blended learning in AP classrooms, but can also be used by AP students independently as supplementary help and exam review.
* Advanced Placement® and AP® are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these offerings.
At a glance
- Institution: DavidsonNext
- Subject: Economics & Finance
- Level: Introductory
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
What you'll learn
- Mastery of the AP® Macroeconomics curriculum
- Build confidence in the material as you learn key concepts from experienced AP® Macroeconomics teachers
- Build graphical intuition through interactive graphing
- Practice for your exam with graded exam-style questions (with explanations)
- Dr. Clark Ross, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
- Sally Meek, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Plano West Senior High, Plano, TX
- Supply & Demand: Sally Meek, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Plano West Senior High, Plano, TX
- Measures of Economic Performance: Dr. Clark Ross, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
- Nominal & Real Values: Stephanie Vanderford, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC
- Dr. Shyam Gouri Suresh, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
- Aggregate Demand: Dick Rankin, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, ʻIolani School, Honolulu, HI
- Aggregate Supply: Gabriel Sanchez, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Bonita High School, La Verne, CA
- Short-Run Macroeconomic Equilibrium: Dr. Robert Graham, Economics Professor, Hanover College, Hanover, IN
- Moving to Long-Run Equilibrium: Brian Held, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Loyola High School of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
- Economic Growth: Dee Mecham, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, The Bishop's School, San Diego, CA
- Fiscal Policy: Skeeter Makepeace, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, The McCallie School, Chattanooga, TN
- Money & the Money Market: Jon Nash, Economics Professor, Full Sail University, Winter Park, FL
- Money Creation: Mary Kohelis, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Weirton Madonna High School, Weirton, WV
- Monetary Policy: Michael Brody, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Menlo School, Atherton, CA
- Loanable Funds: Dr. Elia Kacapyr, Economics Professor, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
- Phillips Curve: Sally Meek, AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Plano West Senior High, Plano, TX
- Comparative Advantage & Trade: Dr. Dennis Appleyard, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
- Dr. Art Raymond, Economics Professor, Muhlenburg College, Allentown, PA
- Stephanie Vanderford , AP® Macroeconomics Instructor, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC
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Performance Task 1: The IRR (Individual Research Report)
& tmp (team multimedia presentation), 20% of overall score, this task is critical to practice in the f all so students get a feel for working with a team as well as who they work or don't work well with. it also helps prepare them for skills necessary for pt1 (many of which are unfamiliar to students) such as how multiple perspectives fit together to form a complete picture of a problem and how to dive into solutions and evaluate them for effectivity..
AP Live PT1 Video Series: Consider showing these videos to students in the Fall (a combination of watching in class and at home). Then, when beginning this task as part of the exam, show excerpts as needed.
Video 1: https://youtu.be/TG5IRCDbXWI
Video 2: https://youtu.be/QGlMvYuB4lk
Video 3: https://youtu.be/l9GfIpVtX3Q
Video 4: https://youtu.be/Q5uJ30VaA6U
Video 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9q8qAARC7MU
Video 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDTRsSU-OlQ
Video 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1G54wt6__g
Video 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap_X-FQlF-Y
Video 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMO1nX07gOA
PT1 Scoring Rubric:
TMP Power Point Examples:
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High Scoring Sample Papers:
PT1: IRR: High (Deinstitutionalization, Patient Perspective - from 2017)
PT1: IRR: High (Human Germline Editing - from 2018)
PT1: IRR High (Heroin Epidemic - from 2019)
PT1: IRR High (Cambodian Women AND Renal Transplant - first two papers are high scoring - from 2020)
PT1: IRR High (Space Privatization, Political Implications - from 2021)
PT1: IRR High (South Africa's Struggles with Stigmatization - from 2022)
Notes and Other Resources for PT1:
Student Questionnaire: PT1
Team Planning Sheet and 1st Meeting Agenda
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Complete PT1 Task Directions 2022
Final IRR Checklist:
A few things before we upload:
Make sure you check your paper against my checklist (it includes how to format the first page) .
Make sure you check your paper against the sample APA paper (under APA Style Resources).
Make sure you have a digital copy, saved a s a PDF, completely edited and ready to upload . We'll walk through submission together.
Make sure you remember your College Board login - you need it to access the Digital Portfolio.
Finally, make sure you've submitted a copy of your IRR (draft is fine) to turnitin.com.
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Here are the six “5" papers from 2019 as judged by College Board:
Perception of Women in Leadership
By Rachel Feldman 19’
Self-Affirmation as a Stress Buffer in High School Student’s Cognitive Ability
By Denice Higareda, 19'
General Perceived Self-Efficacy and the Struggles of Test Anxiety
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The Effects of School Resource Officers on Feelngs of School Connectedness and Safety
By Stephanie Mier, 19'
Determining the Factors that Influence One’s Opinions on Globalization Within Youth
By Zareh Shahinian, 19'
Adolescent Exposure to Sad Music
By Jessica Wong, 19'
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Personality and Tempo: Exploring the Relationship Between Music and Cognition
By Matthew Bacon, 18'
Gender Differences in Attitudes Towards STEM Among High School Students
By Alexis Bui, 18'
Human Evaluation of Machine Translation
By Tanvi Kharkar, 18'
Parasocial Relationships: A Study Concerning Adolescents Media Engagement
& Interaction By Cambria Meadows, 18'
The Acting White Accusation: an examination of academic achievement, perceived educational benefits, and peer influence among high school students By Success Ufondo, 18’
Relationship Between Factors of Behavior & Length of Stay in Dogs Housed in A No Kill Animal Shelter
By John Wargowski, 18’
Placebo Sleep and Student Cognition: Examining the Power of Perception
By Ethan Trunfio, 18’
What are High School Students Attitudes and Opinions Towards Physician Assisted Suicide?
By Madina Safdari, 18'
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Youth Impulsivity Levels: Disordered Gambling & Substance Absue By Diane Bui, 17'
A Study of Aesthetics and Hedonics in Photography By Bria Rosenberg, 17’
Consequences of Texting Behaviors on Teen Romantic Relationships By Goldy Faramarzyan, 17 ’
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Effect of Dog Interactions on High School Students Mood & Anxiety - By Anam, 17'
Hope’s Word Use in the Poetry of Anne Saxrton & Sylvia Plath - By Hope Su, 17’
Korean Ethnic Identity & Assimiliation Levels of High School Students in an Ethinically Diverse Calfironia School - By Esther Lee, 17'
Daring Sample Paper Employing A Delphi Research Method
A Study on Societal Attitudes Towards Terraforming Mars By Nick Turcios, 17’ (BEWARE!!)
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AP Seminar and AP Research are two innovative new courses that are at the heart of College Board’s Capstone diploma program. To receive the Capstone diploma, students must receive a three or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research , and receive a three or higher on four other AP exams. The Capstone program teaches the broad set of skills required to write publishable, academic research papers. The following inventories the specific skills that I developed through Capstone .
· Perform aligned research of peer-reviewed academic literature.
· Design research methods that align with past research.
· Collect data relevant to an aligned research topic.
· Curate quantitative and qualitative findings and analyze results.
· Report key findings, conclusions and recommendations for future research.
· Received a top score of “5 “in AP Seminar , a score attained by only 6% of all course participants.) (Received a score of “4 “in AP Seminar , ranking in the top quarter of Capstone students worldwide.)
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Hope’s Paper - Word Use in the Poetry of Anne Saxton & Sylvia Plath
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Esther’s Paper - Korean Ethnic Identity & Assimilation Levels of High School Students in an Ethnically Diverse Californian High School
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164 Fantastic AP Research Topics for Every Research Students to Consider
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What are AP Research Topics?
If you have an interest in doing research, possibly it seems best to enroll in the AP program. Generally, an AP program is created by the College Board and teaches the students important skills. Also, if you participate in this program, you might learn the skills given below:
- Firstly, you might learn to present evidence-based arguments.
- Secondly, you may have the chance to collaborate and conduct your research.
- Thirdly, you might learn to explore different problems.
- Finally, you ought to write your research paper and demonstrate it most interestingly.
How to Use AP Research Topics?
Let’s explore the criteria given below and decide which topics you might choose and make your research topics, dissertation paper , and assignment exemplary.
- Simply, ensure to search for the project titles at the starting of the year itself as the AP program is short. Hence, you ought to focus on detailed planning and implementation of each project.
- Besides, consider choosing narrow topics as it defines the AP research and AP seminar requirements. For example, if you have a particular discipline to focus on, ensure that the topic is rooted in the given subject.
- Meanwhile, ensure that the topic you choose is suitable for your research proposal. Also, select methods and subjects that you understand as you ought to write a comprehensive paper.
- Moreover, if you don’t know how to narrow down your topic, seek the help of your advisor.
- Finally, avoid choosing controversial AP research topics and deviate from ethical research practices. For example, any research project that involves human beings needs validation by the IRB, after which you might research.
Also, Read – Excellent Economics Research Topics for you to Consider
How to Write AP Research Topics?
Now that you know how to choose AP research topics, possibly go through the criteria given below and learn to write them.
- Firstly, you ought to produce a focused research question that is located or connected to a greater scholarly context or community.
- Secondly, analyze relationships in between several works, depicting several perspectives within the scholarly literature and the topic in concern.
- Thirdly, create what perspective, technique, or procedure you might have selected to answer your research question.
- Fourthly, create and depict your argument, conclusion, or a new debate, accepting its drawbacks and discussing its impact.
- Finally, you ought to support your conclusion through compilation, application as well as the synthesis of significant evidence.
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List of AP Research Topics
Simple ap research topics.
- Discuss the life of people living in the British colony.
- French and Indian War- Discuss the outcomes.
- Thomas Jefferson as the President- Advantages and Disadvantages.
- The two-party system and its development.
- Scientific and Religious transformation- Elaborate on it.
- The influence of the Second World War on transportation and technology.
- How to learn chemistry using musical chords?
- Discuss the influence of famous opinions on the Supreme Court’s decision.
- Art helps in enhancing education- Express your viewpoints.
- Discuss the mathematics behind sports.
- Present a comprehensive account of wealth inequality through proper illustrations.
- Is it ethical to use animals in research?
- Scientific activity in history- Analyze the prime regions.
- Discuss the religious cult that creates an impact on society.
- How to prevent harassment and bullying in schools?
Simple AP Research Topics for Exam
- Analyze the significance of IQ test results.
- What is the significance of the voting age as well as civic participation of the teens?
- Provide a detailed list of the limitations and implications of your findings.
- What are the influence of the sleep deprivation on the academic achievement in the teens?
- What is the influence of texting on the grammar skills
- What is the future of automotive industry
- Significance of the voting age as well as civic participation of teens
- What is the Genetically modified organisms and role of art in education
- Discuss the life of good people in 15 th century London.
- Significance of genetically modified organisms.
- Studying the behavior of the birds.
- Discuss the influence of fertilizers on plants and nutrition.
- Animal world and male pregnancy.
- Environmental sustainability and human health.
- Ottoman Empire and the Barbary slave trade.
Interesting AP Research Topics
- Analyze the impact of the printing press on the world.
- World War 1 and its primary causes.
- Examine the Hundred Year War and its influence.
- Greek Empire- Rise and fall.
- Remarkable Historical Revolution.
- How big data has made our life better?
- Cloud technology and the reliability factor.
- World Wide Web- Contingencies and Infrastructure.
- Artificial Intelligence- Impact and Future.
- Discuss the influence of age on the Stroop Effect.
- Analyze the impact of child violence in shaping an individual’s personality.
- What is the best food waste solutions in the regions of the US?
- What are the better good habits to improve the physical wellbeing?
- Should there be the system of increasing the voting age in the US?
- How global warming affects countries that contribute less to it
Final AP Research Topics
- The rise in the creation of energy-efficient cars
- Genetically modified plants ruin nature: discuss
- Pesticides cause more harm than good: discuss
- Examine the key problems and potential solutions for toxic waste disposal.
- The influence of people on climate change and the impact of technology in accelerating the process.
- Space technology capacity in extracted space resources.
- Discuss the future of NASA and the impact of current interest in space.
- Snow leopard population and the examination of its future.
- Pesticides and their impact.
- Analyze the influence of climate change on the oceans.
- Examine global warming and its impact in Asia.
- Electrical vehicle and its benefits.
- How to save money in college?
- Intensive farming as a cause of research pollution.
- Modern education and the role of art
AP Research Topics for the Experts
- Noise pollution and its negative impact.
- Explain the rise in GDP in the EU.
- Gun control in the United States.
- Quantum entanglement and its concept.
- Unified field theory and its discussion.
- What are the oldest human settlements in the US?
- What are the influences of unemployment in the US?
- Research on the growth of GDP in the regions of European Union
- Challenges between black Americans and African Americans
- Aside from COVID-19 and omicron, what are globally threatening issues?
- Discuss how Jews weaponized the Holocaust narrative in Palestine
- Discuss why some courses are compulsory
- Dark matter theories and their research.
- Select an energy system of your choice and analyze it.
- How to save the Blue Whale?
Unique AP Research Topics
- Discuss the significance of the Ozone layer.
- Examine the current issues in the US education system.
- How to resolve climate change issues?
- Environmental disaster as the cause of deforestation.
- How to save the Dodo bird?
- Analyze how to save the endangered species of your choice.
- Eastern Europe and its population decline.
- Poor immigration policies and their decline.
- How to take care of autistic children?
- Studying the concept of health geography.
- North Korea and its economic geography.
- The impact of texting on high school students.
- Genetically modified organisms and their drawbacks.
- War on Drugs and its significance.
- Cat versus Dog- Which is a better pet?
Outstanding AP Research Topics
- What are the industrial advancements in the regions of ancient Rome?
- Discuss the concept of imposed democracy in Africa
- The causes of gender discrimination in African countries
- Discuss the link between rising temperatures and wildfires
- What is needed to be done to stop the climate change by 2030
- How to enhance academic writing skills?
- Banning advertisements for children.
- How is Instagram good for marketing?
- Obtaining plasma methods.
- Nanotechnology and its application.
- Dieting and its negative impact.
- Homework and its drawbacks.
- The United States and its unemployment.
- Choose an Asian country and discuss its national income.
- Large-scale recycling method and waste reduction.
Some Good AP Research Topics
- Cancer treatment and the most promising developments.
- Social media age and the copyright issues.
- Discussion of homosexuality in literature.
- Revenge in Hamlet- Discuss the theme.
- Discuss the most illustrious novel in the past century.
- How literature reflects modern social issues?
- Nuclear energy is too risky as a fuel resource.
- UK- Post Brexit- International trade relations.
- The banking system and the role of inflation.
- Minimizing the influence of inflation in the EU.
- The state budget of the US in 2021.
- Is the traditional music of a country foremost than the international music that is popular around the world?
- What other common sayings such as “Actions speak louder than words” exist in your language, and what life lessons they teach?
- What to do to save amphibian species which are presently at risk of extinction?
Miscellaneous AP Research Topics
- A healthy economy and the role of banks.
- The data encryption algorithm and its discussion.
- E-commerce research and risks.
- Internet of Things- Evaluate.
- Data Mining in 2021.
- Wealth inequality in China.
- Banning abortion in the US.
- Death penalty and the ethics behind it.
- South America and its colonization.
- Roman concrete research.
- The impact of crusades in Europe.
- Monarchy in Europe and its benefits.
- Cancer and the biology behind it.
- Lipids versus carbohydrates in the human body.
- Discuss the osmosis effect.
- Carbon and its atomic structure.
- Photocatalysis effect.
- Gene modification in 2021.
- Acid on teeth and its impact.
- Analyze the best global food security strategies.
- Imposed democracy concept in Africa.
- Cold war and its causes.
- Mexican American War- Major Battles.
- Halloween celebrations in America- Examine the reasons.
- The biggest scientific breakthrough in 2021.
- Discuss the impact of racism in the United States of America.
- How to become immune to stress?
- Contact sports and brain injury.
- What is perfect competition?
Excellent Topic Ideas for AP Research
- How has business etiquette evolved over the last decade?
- How can a better understanding of culture influence how you do business?
- Who are the outstanding businessmen of the twenty-first century?
- Who are the outstanding businesswomen of the twenty-first century?
- What can be done to save amphibian species that are currently on the verge of extinction?
- What differences exist between male and female friendships, and why?
- Can amusement parks have an educational purpose in addition to being entertaining?
- What makes people happy in your country?
- Is it true that beauty, in general, determines how happy and successful a person will be in life?
- What other common sayings exist in your language, such as “Actions speak louder than words,” and what life lessons do they teach?
- What are the characteristics of a team leader, and how do you become one?
- Make a detailed analysis of global deforestation rates over time.
- Environmental Consequences of the Paris Climate Agreement
- How can we improve global access to safe drinking water?
- Should developed nations rely more heavily on nuclear energy?
Final Thoughts – AP Research Topics
If you have reached here, perhaps you have found this blog interesting and got your AP research topics. However, if you still haven’t found your topics, consider seeking the help of our Research Paper Help experts, who might help you select topics. Also, you may request your professors to help you select topics, as they might allocate you as per your potentials.
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Advanced Placement (AP)
If your school offers AP Seminar, you might be wondering what it's all about. This AP class is great for students who want to challenge themselves and learn more about the independent research process before starting college.
In this guide, I'll give you an overview of what AP Seminar entails, a sample course outline, advice on whether you should take the course, and some tips on how to do well in it.
What Is AP Seminar?
AP Seminar is one of the course requirements for the AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Research and Seminar Certificate, both of which were introduced by the College Board in fall 2014.
If you take and pass AP Seminar, AP Research, and four other AP courses and exams, you will earn the AP Capstone Diploma. If you take and pass just AP Seminar and AP Research, you'll earn an AP Research and Seminar Certificate. Both of these actions are impressive accomplishments that demonstrate your ability to successfully manage college-level academic challenges.
AP Seminar offers students an introduction to conducting independent analysis of complex ideas across various disciplines. It involves reading and understanding advanced source material in the form of texts and other media.
You are expected to synthesize information from different sources, and formulate research questions based on these source materials. You'll elaborate on these ideas through essays, oral presentations, and team projects. The goal of AP Seminar is to provide students with the tools to evaluate information accurately and make compelling, evidence-based arguments.
Your seminar curriculum might be connected to another AP course you take, meaning you'd explore themes that relate to that course when constructing research projects for AP Seminar. For example, your school might offer a class titled "AP Seminar: American Studies" that is for students who are concurrently enrolled in AP US History.
AP Seminar can also function as a stand-alone class. For example, it could be called something like "AP Seminar: Networks" and offer a focus on the impacts of societal networks from various perspectives.
What Will You Do in AP Seminar?
The AP Seminar curriculum is framed around what the College Board calls five "Big Ideas." These ideas are all pretty buzzword-y (their first letters spell Q.U.E.S.T.—need I say more?), but they cover the main educational goals of the class.
Below are the five Big Ideas of AP Seminar and what they mean:
Big Idea 1: Question and Explore
This idea is about encouraging students to embrace intellectual curiosity and develop their own points of view. Learning to consider issues from different perspectives is also an important part of this.
You'll be introduced to the complexity of societal problems and learn how to view them in a larger context. This is where you start to build a strong foundation for the process of coming up with meaningful research questions.
Big Idea 2: Understand and Analyze
This Big Idea is about learning to read critically and reach the heart of an author's argument. You'll practice avoiding oversimplification and generalization when describing the points made by others. You'll also learn how successful arguments are formulated as well as the importance of counterarguments, context, and the ability of an argument to influence behavior.
Big Idea 3: Evaluate Multiple Perspectives
With this idea, you'll learn that a person's perspective is heavily informed by his or her background and worldview. You'll also consider your own biases and how these might impact your reading and interpretation of an argument.
Big Idea 4: Synthesize Ideas
This is about creating an effective argument from your ideas. You'll learn how to formulate a clear line of reasoning and how to avoid overgeneralizations. In addition, you'll be taught how to collect evidence while steering clear of plagiarism.
Big Idea 5: Team, Transform, and Transmit
This one is about teaching students how to do their best work in a team environment (as you might've guessed from its cringeworthy name). The main focuses here are self-reflection, revision, and developing both good communication and effective presentation skills.
Class discussions also play a large role in AP Seminar in the form of debates, group discussions, and reflection on open-ended questions associated with the course material.
How These Big Ideas Are Put Into Practice
These five Big Ideas manifest in AP Seminar in a series of tasks and lessons, which involve the following:
- Exploring one or more different themes by making connections across subjects and looking at them from various perspectives
- Learning to fully appreciate and understand issues by viewing them in different contexts and across different types of sources (writing, performances, broadcasts, etc.)
- Learning to avoid plagiarism (very important for college!) while using the ideas of others for support in your own work
- Working collaboratively on a team project to evaluate a real-world issue and present the findings in a written report and presentation
- Working independently to come up with a research question and to formulate an argument that culminates in a written report and presentation
AP Seminar will teach you many core skills that are important for college-level research, and it'll give you the tools you need for the AP Research course (which most students take the following year).
In the next section, I'll give you an example of how a real AP Seminar course might be structured.
AP Seminar Sample Course Outline
AP Seminar is a class that often weaves through many different subject areas. Since the goal is to gain a better grasp of the complexity of opinions on societal issues and to use your newfound understanding to do more effective, self-driven research, it covers a lot of ground.
In this example (which I'm basing off a real syllabus I found online), the AP Seminar course was divided into three units for the first semester:
Unit 1: Questioning Modernity
This unit's focus is on introducing the main concepts behind AP Seminar. This includes learning about the process of inquiry, understanding complex arguments, and becoming familiar with rules for avoiding plagiarism. This particular unit is graded based on participation, a 250-word reflection paper, and a group presentation.
In keeping with the theme of contemporary culture, source materials include the famous T. S. Eliot poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," a book by Steven Best titled The Post-Modern Turn , and an article from Forbes titled "Is Facebook Making Us Anti-Social?"
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Unit 2: Perception—Arguing Money
This unit is a continuation of the learning experience in the first one but with a focus on advanced topics related to wealth and poverty. This unit also emphasizes viewing issues from different perspectives.
It is assessed based on participation, a 400-word reflection paper, and another group presentation. Source materials for the unit include Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations , The Communist Manifesto , and Andrew Carnegie's essay "The Gospel of Wealth."
Unit 3: Mastering Education
This final unit in AP Seminar brings together concepts learned in the previous units to discuss topics in education. It is graded based on participation, a 500-word argumentative paper, a 500-word reflection paper, and another group presentation. Source materials for this unit include the film Waiting for "Superman" and several scholarly articles on The Common Core.
In the second semester of the class, students will use the skills they learned in the first three units to take on larger challenges in the form of two research projects and the final exam. Each of these assignments makes up a portion of the final AP score.
Team Project and Presentation (25% of AP Score)
The first assignment is a team project and presentation, worth 25% of the final AP score. Students collaborate in teams of three to six to identify a problem or question they want to research. Each student does research individually and presents his or her findings to the group.
The group then works together to compile a written report and an approximately 10-minute class presentation, followed by a defense of their argument based on questions posed by the teacher.
Each student will also write a reflection on the project as a whole, detailing their collaborative process and approach to both research and problem-solving. The entire project takes place over the course of about two months.
Individual Research-Based Essay and Presentation (35% of AP Score)
The second assignment, worth 35% of the AP score, is an individual project. For this part of the course, the College Board releases source materials on a certain topic or theme that students are expected to use in their research. The final paper must use at least one of these sources.
Students are expected to produce a 2,000-word written argument, a six- to eight-minute oral presentation, and a defense of their argument based on two questions posed by the teacher. Students will have around two months to complete this project.
Final Exam (40% of AP Score)
The final exam for AP Seminar consists of three short-answer and two essay questions. The short-answer questions ask students to analyze an argument from a single source. For one essay question, students must compare arguments from different authors, whereas for the other, they must formulate their own evidence-based argument.
Seven sources are given to students for use on the final exam questions.
You can see from this outline that AP Seminar stretches across a variety of topics, and there's quite a bit of freedom to choose what you want to research in the second half.
Overall, AP Seminar is focused on teaching you how to think critically, which is a big departure from many high school courses that just serve to convey specific information. AP Seminar is clearly a more abstract course—but also potentially a more valuable one.
Should You Take AP Seminar?
If you hope to earn an AP Research and Seminar Certificate or an AP Capstone Diploma, you need to take AP Seminar. The AP Capstone program culminates in a 5,000-word research paper that is completed in the AP Research class—an impressive accomplishment for a high school student!
Even if you don't go on to earn the AP Capstone Diploma, you will learn highly valuable critical—thinking and research skills in AP Seminar. Students who take it might place out of introductory college courses or earn college credits .
AP Seminar can also help you avoid academic shock when you get to college. Many high school students have never done in-depth research and therefore don't know how to begin when they're tasked with their first big project in college. If you take this AP class, you'll be ahead of the curve in understanding proper research methods and in learning to avoid both unreliable information and plagiarism.
Lastly, AP Seminar can be a fun experience because it gives you the opportunity to debate important issues with your classmates and work on a project that interests you. There is a level of independence in the seminar-style class that is absent in most other high school classes, which might appeal to students who prefer to explore ideas on their own terms.
If you're an independent, driven student who is hoping to attend a competitive college , AP Seminar might be a great course for you.
How to Do Well in AP Seminar: 3 Essential Tips
What you'll need to do to succeed in AP Seminar depends partly on the format and subject area of the class since it has a lot of flexibility in its structure, teaching methods, and topics. Here are some general tips for success:
#1: Be Open-Minded
AP Seminar mainly deals with analyzing differing perspectives, so try to approach each reading with a willingness to listen and think critically about the author's opinion, even if it doesn't align with your own. This will enable you to adopt a wider view of issues and appreciate their complexity. These skills are critical if you hope to be successful in your research projects.
#2: Participate in Class
Class discussions are very important in AP Seminar. Even if you're not usually big on participation, you should make an effort to contribute to every discussion. Being able to actively engage with your peers will enhance your understanding of the material and allow you to carry out productive conversations with others in your class who might see things differently.
#3: Keep Up With Assignments
This is important in any class, but it's especially critical in AP Seminar. Since you'll be reading and absorbing a lot of material, it's important not to fall behind the rest of the class. Participation relies on a thoughtful reading of the course material, and it's hard to do that if you're trying to play catch up with assignments that were due earlier.
Because you'll be doing research projects both independently and with a team, always stay on top of deadlines to avoid getting overwhelmed or letting down your teammates!
Conclusion: The Benefits of Taking AP Seminar
Critical thinking and the ability to logically evaluate arguments are key skills that'll help you in all aspects of your life. AP Seminar can be a very practical course if you're up for the challenge.
You'll have three major assessments:
- A team research project
- An independent research project
- A final exam
Throughout the course, you'll be asked to read a variety of source materials and participate in class discussions. You'll learn about proper research methods, argumentative techniques, and the importance of looking at issues from all sides.
Students who take AP Seminar can then go on to take AP Research, which offers students even more independence in choosing research topics.
AP Seminar is essentially an opportunity for advanced students to get some experience with the types of assignments and expectations that are common in college classes. Take this class and you'll be way ahead in the game!
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150 Best AP Seminar Topics To Get Perfect Grade
Are you an AP seminar student? It is one of the most interesting and engaging courses because it trains a student how to identify issues of interest and develop the right solutions. However, you will be required to prepare a final paper at the end of the year-long course, and this is never easy.
The first challenge in preparing an informative paper that can help you to stand out in your class is selecting a good topic. Well, this is never easy for many students.
Apart from the difficulty in selecting the right topic, some students find preparing a great AP research paper challenging because of other engagements, tight deadlines, and inadequate writing skills. To help you out, our homework nerds have prepared 150 AP seminar topics that you can use to prepare the best paper. Check them out and identify the one that impresses you most.
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Before we can look at the top AP seminar research papers, let’s start by establishing what the course is all about.
AP seminar is a one-year course that requires learners to undertake comprehensive investigations of a world issue using different perspectives. The course is aimed at helping students to learn how to gather information about the issue of concern from multiple sources and express their own perspectives in written essays.
Here are the things covered in an AP seminar course:
- Team project.
- Individual paper.
- Oral presentation.
- End-of-course exam.
Because it enhances your research, analytical, writing, and collaboration skills, an AP seminar certificate can be an awesome addition to your academic qualifications arsenal. Therefore, it is vital to ensure you get the best grades. Let’s start with the right topics.
- What is the best way to handle food waste in the UK?
- Discuss genetically modified plants.
- What is the future of the declining snow leopard?
- Discuss the impact of using pesticides on the environment.
- Discuss the growth of GDP in China between 1979 and 2022.
- Evaluating the role played by art in modern education.
- What are the effects of global warming in low-lying islands?
- Is the problem of global warming impossible to handle?
- Ten best ways to save money when in college.
- The impact of global warming on water bodies.
- How to get out of debts.
- What are the benefits of using electric cars in society?
- Why has the problem of gun control been so difficult to address in the US?
- The relationship between intensive farming and water pollution?
- Common causes of noise pollution.
- Is solar a sustainable alternative to fossil fuel for industrial production?
- Analyzing quantum entanglement.
- A review of the unified theory.
- Can you analyze the energy system of your choice and its use in the EU?
- Evaluating the practical application of biophysics.
- Comparing dark matter theories.
- Contrast the different types of forces.
- Describe the main types of thermodynamic processes.
- Analyzing the relationship between objects when in constrained motion.
- Magnet fields: How do they relate to electricity?
- Induction stoves: How do they work?
- How do sound waves travel?
- Reviewing the properties of sound.
- What role does the o-zone layer play in protecting the planet?
- Saving the turtles.
- What are the best strategies for addressing global warming?
- A review of the strategies adopted by UNEP to address global warming.
- Evaluating the effectiveness of the UK interventions to help autistic children.
- Reviewing the main issues in the UK education system.
- What are the disasters caused by the emerging issues of deforestation?
- Saving the salty crocodile in Australia.
- Is IUCN doing enough to address the problem of diversity loss around the globe?
- A review of Brazil’s efforts to address the problem of deforestation.
- Reviewing the Taxonomy law on sustainability in the EU.
- The application of ESG sustainability reporting rules for investments.
- Eco-friendly tourism in Costa Rica.
- What are the modern issues propelling the problem of obesity?
- How is the US addressing the problem of obesity? Are the efforts adequate?
- US withdrawal from Afghanistan: Was the move justified?
- Reviewing the strategies of the UN to avoid WWIII: Are they adequate?
- Reviewing the impacts of texting on university student performance.
- Why is mathematics a crucial requirement for space exploration?
- Genetically modified food: What problems do they pose to humans and animals?
- Voting in the United Kingdom: Should the minimum age be lowered to allow more people to vote?
- Lessons from WWI and WWI: How prepared is the globe in preventing the danger of WWII?
- Should the military be a mandatory service for all university learners?
- Cold War or WWI: Which had more impacts?
- Identifying good habits that help to improve the well-being of the people on the globe.
- Cat or dogs: Which is better?
- What are the best strategies for improving your grades as a student?
- What are the oldest settlements in Europe?
- Is Facebook a good place to market a new company’s products?
- Should ads on alcoholic drinks be banned?
- Discuss the rural geography in Antarctica.
- Researching the historical geography of Hawaii.
- What are your thoughts about the current rapid expansion of space tourism?
- A review of all religions in the United States.
- Should the US halt the use of drones in foreign countries?
- In what situations can foreign interventions be justified?
- Analyzing the histories and impacts of vaccines on ten major diseases.
- What made COVOID-19 vaccines to be developed so fast when other diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, have taken so long??
- Should all the people across the globe become vegetarian?
- The best methods you can use to reduce bullying in high school and colleges.
- Bullying in school: How can we reduce it?
- Reviewing the future of the vehicle industry.
- What effects do social media have on teenagers in the UK?
- Are extreme sports worth the risk?
- Comparing the US and China food stability strategies.
- Imposed democracy in Africa: What are the implications?
- How effectively has the UN played its role in promoting global peace?
- Are international sportspersons paid too much money?
- The rising number of homeless children in the UK: What are the implications in their future?
- Communism: Is it the best political system?
- Marijuana is illegal in most countries: Should cigarettes be banned too?
- What is the best way to manage student loans after graduating from campus?
- The negative implications of dieting.
- A review of the greatest scientific discovery in the 21st century.
- Stopping the next pandemic on its tracks: What are the best strategies?
- The delicate balance between supply and demand of tech products in the US.
- The concept of perfect competition: Is it possible between different countries?
- Comparing the US and Chinese labor markets.
- Why do most US companies opt to locate their manufacturing facilities in China?
- Why homework should be banned from school.
- Is space manufacturing a good idea?
- When should sex education start in a student’s education life?
- Comparing President Bill Clinton to President Donald Trump: What lessons can we learn?
- What were the causes and consequences of the Great Depression in the United States?
- How effective were the changes that the US made after the September 11 attack?
- Comparing the US wars in Vietnam and in Afghanistan.
- What was the main cause of the Cold War?
- When and why did the US start celebrating Halloween?
- A review of the events that led to the US Declaration of Independence.
- A review of the history of mass shootings in the US.
- Was the United States justified to use Nuclear weapons in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945?
- A review of organized crime in American society between the 1950s and 1860s.
- The impact of the Chicano Movement.
- How anxiety impacts people.
- Gender discrimination in Asia: What are the main causes?
- The implications of xenophobia in a country of your choice.
- Rising global temperatures: What are the implications on mental health?
- Use of alternative medicine to treat stress disorders.
- Causes and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorders among the veterans in the US.
- What role does the media play in promoting violence in society?
- Does taking breakfast impact children’s academic performance?
- Procrastination in college: What are the best strategies to deal with it?
- Reviewing childhood obesity in the UK: Is it linked to parental negligence?
- Violent music and its impact on children.
- How do people react to violations of social norms: A closer look at London.
- A review of the population decline in Eastern Europe: What are the main causes?
- Comparing the population growth in China between 1950 and 2000.
- Has agriculture changed with the changing weather patterns?
- Preparing for natural disasters: How did the US preparedness change after Hurricane Katrina?
- Comparing the immigration policies of China and the UK.
- Environmental changes and their impacts on resources.
- Data mining: Advantages and disadvantages.
- Using technology to close gaps between generations.
- Conflicts in the Horn of Africa in the 21st century: What are the main causes?
- What are the best strategies for reducing stress among college students?
- Building confidence among the shy students in college: What are the best strategies?
- What education practices do you think need to change in the UK?
- Are the strategies adopted to address learning disabilities in the US adequate?
- Cryptocurrencies versus fiat money: Which is better?
- Are cryptocurrencies developed to help collapse banks?
- Public versus private schools in the US: Which is better?
- Why has the problem of homelessness been so challenging to address in the US?
- What is the biggest obstacle that makes it difficult for startups to grow?
- What is the best strategy for rapid growth of a company in the UK?
- The impact of too much reliance on smartphones.
- Comparing the benefits and disadvantages of betting: Should it be banned?
- Analyze the national income of a European country of choice.
- Evaluate the unemployment rates in the UK.
- A review of the best career path to becoming a doctor.
- A review of the international trade relations between the US and China.
- The role of inflation in a country’s economy.
- Analyzing the production and consumption of beer in the US.
- Research the GDP growth of Japan.
- Compare the GDP growth rates of the UK and China: Where do you see the two countries in the next 20 years?
- Review the state of the budget of the UK in 2022.
- What is the relationship between overfishing and loss of sea biodiversity?
- A review of the link between wildfires and rising global temperatures.
- The best three ways to overcome stress in college.
- Carbohydrates versus lipids in mammals.
- Research the first occurrence of the COVID-19.
- Addressing the impact of inflation in the US.
- What roles do banks play in a healthy economy?
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