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发布日期 2016-08-12


 Students of this course will learn about the most important elements of the United States’ community and government, as well as the processes involved within its government. Students will learn about elections, voting, campaigning, financial duties and responsibilities of the government, political and communal organizations, social contracts and the U.S. Constitution, the creation and implementation of laws, legal rights and responsibilities, and the three branches of government. Students will explore the creation, history, and purpose of the social system that makes up citizens’ daily lives.

Topics and concepts explored: Foundations of Government, The Constitution, Federalism, The Legislative Branch, The Executive Branch, The Judicial Branch, Civil Liberties and Rights, Elections, Supreme Court Cases, Foreign Policy, Comparative Political and Economic Systems, State and Local Government, Principles of a Democracy, Citizenship, Individual Rights, Civic Participation, Limitation of Citizenship, Election Behavior, Political Participation, Participating in the Branches of Government, Responsibilities of Citizenship, Community Participation, Legal Participation, Public Policy, Volunteering in Society, and Budgeting and Economic Planning.

美国政府和公民 (每门课半个学年)




The purpose of World History is to explore, learn, and understand the variety of cultures, beliefs, and lifestyles that have existed all over the planet from the earliest days of recorded history. This course will connect students to the experiences and cultures of the past in order to gain an understanding of how humans have progressed and adapted to live and prosper on almost every part of the planet today. This course will help students gain an appreciation for past and current cultures, while applying historical methods to important figures, key events, and seminal moments throughout human history.

Topics and concepts explored: Beginnings of Civilization, Age of Empires, Age of Exchange and Encounter, Connecting Hemispheres, Absolutism to Revolution, Industrialism and the Race for Empire, World War I, World War II, the Holocaust, and Perspectives on the Present.




The AP Human Geography course is designed to provide students at the high school level a college level course that will prepare them for the AP exam at the end of the year. The course will examine the basic themes and subjects of a normal geography course while applying these concepts and ideas to specific regions throughout the world and the peoples who live within those regions, and how both interact with one another. In addition, students will take the knowledge that they acquire on various regions and peoples and compare and contrast them in order to gain a better understanding of how humans and their environment relate to one another, both throughout history and within our own current era.

Topics and concepts explored: Geography: Its Nature and Perspectives, Population and Migration, Cultural Patterns and Processes, Political Organization of Space, Agriculture, Food Production, Rural Land Use, Industrialization and Economic Development, and Cities and Urban Land Use.




AP World History is a course designed to explore some of the most important developments in history in order to gain an understanding of how culture, technology, and ideas are transmitted from one area to another, and how the modern world exists as an extension of the past. This course will take the concepts learned from prior world history classes and investigate the importance of their occurrences with an analytical approach. This course covers a wide breadth and depth so students should be prepared to learn essential concepts and develop historical thinking skills necessary to explore the broad trends and global processes. A few of the main concepts that this class will be examining are; cultural and technological development, global trade, diplomacy, war, religion, language development, cultural/geographical borders, art, and agriculture. The purpose and goal of this class is to introduce students to a college approach to learning as well as to give them a better understanding of how the peoples of this world have interacted with each other to produce our modern world.

Topics and concepts explored: Demography and Disease; Migration; Patterns of Settlement; Technology; Religions; Belief Systems, Philosophies, and Ideologies; Science and Technology; Arts and Architecture; Political Structures and Forms of Governance; Empires, Nations and Nationalism, Revolts and Revolutions; Regional, Transregional, and Global Structures and Organizations; Agricultural and Pastoral Production; Trade and Commerce; Labor Systems; Economic Systems; Gender Roles and Relations; Family and Kinship; Racial and Ethnic Constructions, and Social and Economic Classes.


AP世界历史这门课旨在探索一些历史上最重要的发展,理解人的思想是如何与技术和文化之间传播和转化的以及现代社会是如何从以前延伸至今的过程。这门课程将采取从以前的世界历史课学到的概念和分析方法探讨其发生的重要性。本课程涵盖了广泛的广度和深度,使学生们做好准备,学习基本概念,并发展必要探索大趋势和全球进程的历史思维能力。几个主要概念包括文化和科技的发展,全球贸易,外交,战争,宗教,语言发展,文化/地理边界,艺术,农业。这门课的目的和目标是想高中学生介绍大学课程及方法,这样学生会给他们更好地理解如何在这个世界彼此沟通。所学习话题包括:人口和疾病; 移民;定居格局; 技术;宗教;信仰,哲学,和意识形态; 科学和技术;艺术和建筑;政治结构和治理形式;帝国,民族与民族主义,起义和革命;区域,跨区域,和全球结构和组织;农牧生产;贸易和商业;劳动制度;经济系统;性别角色和关系;家庭和亲属;种族和民族建设,以及社会和经济类。

U.S. History

This course develops critical thinking skills by encouraging multiple views as students realized that there are often multiple accounts of a single historical event that may not be entirely consistent. Electronic discussion groups encourage collaboration, and a variety of practice activities are provided, from multiple choice actions to advanced interactions.

Topics and concepts explored: The Historical Process, Early America, Revolutionary America, The Civil War, Populism and Progressivism, the emergence of the U.S. as a world power, and contemporary themes.


美国历史课的目的是培养学生批判性思维的能力。 学生通过学习会意识到同样的一个历史事件会有不同的观点和评论,这些观点和评论也有其不一致性。不同的互动活动会给学生们机会和多项选择。 课程话题包括:历史发展进程,美国建国初期,美国革命,内战,民粹主义和进步主义,美国的崛起成为一个世界强国,和当代的主题。