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AP Human Geography: Population

Resources for Teaching the AP Human Geography Population Topic

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This topic explores how the human population is organized geographically and helps students make sense of cultural, political, economic, and urban systems. Below you will find a collection of resources selected from our website that you can use when teaching this topic. The resources were identified as appropriate for use in the the AP Human Geography course by a panel of expert APHG teachers and professional development instructors. As an instructor, you may find the need to scale the content up or down for higher or lower level learning, depending on your students. Explore the site further to find even more for helpful resources. Leave us feedback using the feedback link at the bottom of each web page. We love to hear from members of our communities! To return to the AP Human Geography main page, click here.

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