Advanced Topics in German Language and Culture VI

This full-year course is taught in German and is thematic in nature. It assumes strong foundational skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing, and will expand upon the AP themes introduced during the previous two years of study. As such, it covers a wide range of topics related to the history of Germany, contemporary German life, and the German speaking world. Specific units may vary from year to year depending upon current events. Course goals: Advanced Topics in German Language and Culture seeks to provide students with a means of maintaining and building upon the fluency they have worked to gain during their years in ACPS. The study of content-rich topics organized around themes will provide students with the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the world and in particular that of the German speaking world. Providing an uninterrupted sequence of language study will maximize the potential for student success at college.



AP/DE 1.0 additional Quality Point



High School Credits


School Level

High School


11, 12