WHAP Student Intro Survey
Answering the following questions will help me get to know you better, which will assist in helping you to learn history.
Our goal is to have you 100% prepared and ready for the AP Test.
We are going to get it done!
Welcome to AP World History - MODERN
I use email to send out important information to students regarding upcoming quizzes, tests, and prep for AP Test.
Do you have any information to provide to me that might help me as your teacher?
For example, you have problems seeing the board. Or you have a special need. I ask because I want to help you learn the best way possible.
What teacher and class did you have last year in social studies?
Did you take AP Human Geography? If yes, did you take the AP Test? How did you do?
Did NOT take AP Human Geography
Took AP Human Geography, did NOT take the test
Took AP Human Geography, scored a 5 on the test
Took AP Human Geography, scored a 4 on the test
Took AP Human Geography, scored a 3 on the test
Took AP Human Geography, DID NOT score a 3 or above on the test
Have you ever taken an AP Test before?
What AP Tests have you taken in the past?
Have not taken an AP Test in the past
AP Human Geography
Do you anticipate any issues or problems with being able to access Mr. Duez's website and YouTube (for video lectures)?
They are not essential, but can really help most students. If you do not understand the Strayer text, using the website and lecture videos is a great help.
Yes I can access the website.
I have no way to access the website by smartphone, PC, or otherwise.
There may be some issues with accessing the internet.
What you you heard about AP World History Modern as a class or Mr. Duez as a teacher?
Also, let me know what your thoughts are going into the school year. Are you excited? Anxious? Nervous? Ready to WHAP? Why?
What are you looking forward to studying most this year?
AP World History: Modern is an introductory college-level modern world history course. Students cultivate their understanding of world history from c. 1200 CE to the present through analyzing historical sources and learning to make connections and craft historical arguments as they explore concepts like humans and the environment, cultural developments and interactions, governance, economic systems, social interactions and organization, and technology and innovation.
What are your goals for this class?
They might be a type of grade. Maybe to have fun? Simply survive? Get AP credit for college? Learn more about history?
What are you involved with at school and at home?
Teams, clubs, hobbies, activities.
What are your top college choices at this time?
Some common choices: SFA, Sam Houston, U of H, Texas, A&M, Baylor, Rice, Lamar, UTSA, Texas State.
Do you want to attend college/university after high school?
At this time in your life, what do you want to do for a career after college?
List a few things if you are uncertain. This will help us later in the year when we are talking about the future and college options.
If you have not seen it, this is the video introduction to the course. It is not updated for the new "Modern" course, but there is valuable information in it that can help you understand the commitment and the workload. You can also find it on the website:
on the SUCCESS TAB
Page 1 of 1
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service