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In this resource, I have compiled activities that have worked well for both me and my students in the AP Language and Composition classroom. This resource includes the following: - 12 original prompts to use in addition to the already available College Board prompts - Brainstorming activities to as
Includes 12 argument prompts (most from past AP exams) which can be used to practice brainstorming examples for various tasks assigned by the wide range of prompts. How I use these: I hand out one prompt per group and each group creates a poster that includes the prompt, a paraphrase or summary of
Planning a thoughtful essay that answers the prompt is difficult -- especially if students don't know how and where to start. With this assignment, students are asked to develop an argument by answering a released AP Language argument prompt with specific steps and strategies. Students will learn
CRITICAL WRITING IN AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITIONHello, Friends! These resources have been critical to my essay evaluation sanity! I use these Essay Evaluation Comment sheets to lighten the load of ink that I put on students papers, to continue to give specific and effective feedback, and to shorte
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THIS ADDRESSES 5 BASIC PROBLEMS STUDENTS HAVE WITH THE SYNTHESIS ESSAY. IT IS ESPECIALLY FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT AS GOOD AT WRITING AS THEY SHOULD BE IN THIS COURSE. 1. blending your quotations into your own discourse and how to do this. 2. writing good thesis statements-without usin
This bundle of resources is a perfect jumping off point for success on the AP Argument Essay! Student will understand how to qualify their arguments, and then will use two resources to collaborate: the best ideas collaborative activity, as well as the Critical Friends Protocol. They will also be pro
This document is part one of a two-part series on the importance of qualifying for two of the three essays on the AP Language exam: the Synthesis Essay and the Argument Essay. This document explains exactly why qualifying is so important and how students can execute this skill.
This resource is the perfect overview of all the things students must accomplish to achieve that perfect score of a 6 on the AP Language Argument Essay, using the new 2020 rubrics. I use this at the end of the unit before their first assessment.
We want our kids providing feedback for themselves! This resource is perfect for students to internalize what they are doing well (warm feedback) and what they still need to improve (cool feedback) on the AP Argument essay, using the NEW 2020 Rubrics.This document provides space for feedback on two
This informations focuses on the types of errors that will result in low scores on the synthesis essay. It is based on my years of experience teaching this AP essay type. Over 20 years of teaching AP Language and Composition, I have a 90% pass rate.I use specific examples in this plan. There are qui
We don't want to do all the teaching! We want the students to teach each other! The Critical Friends Protocol is a fantastic way to get students to work together and analyze each other's work, offering both warm (positive) and cool (negative) feedback. Students who can assess the strengths and flaws
Argument essay outline that serves as a guide for the argument essay format on the AP Test. This is great for struggling writers who need structure and place to start.
This document is part two of the two-part series on the importance of qualifying for two of the three essays on the AP Language exam: the Synthesis Essay and the Argument Essay. This document explains refines the discussion and provides additional practice for this absolutely essential skill if stud
We want students to teach each other! This is a collaborative activity where students bring their AP Argument essays to class (which they completed for homework). They then share their ideas in small groups and decide who has the best ideas on several criteria.
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You will receive an overview of this essay, tips, example outline and two example essays. Please use the essays and outline as one way of writing this essay, not necessarily a formula. I use this in my own AP classes to help students understand the recommended structure that I have seen helps studen
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This "speed dating" activity is designed to help students simply unpack and plan an argument/construction essay from Part II of the AP English Language and Composition exam. This "speed-dating" activity can be done in class or for homework but is intended to be a "short and sweet" version of the ess
This handout provides a set of "training wheels" to help students learn how to write an Argument essay on the AP English Language exam.
This Argument Peer Review form enables students to take part in their own AP-style read. However, this tool could really be done with any ability group.
This is a Power Point I created to introduce the parameters of the Argument essay on the AP Language & Composition Exam. It could also be helpful in parts with teaching argumentative writing in upperclassmen ELA courses.
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This 44-page PDF is also provided in Google Slides for distance learning. It slows down and stretches the process a student must use to be successful on the AP English Language & Composition (AP Lang, AP Language) synthesis question (or synthesis essay). What he or she will do in May within a 55
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The AP English Language & Composition course and exam have changed. Rather than spending your time coming up with a new curriculum, check out this COMPLETE three-week unit ( a great follow up to my Unit 1 and Unit 2 Uploads!) and use the time you've saved to give great feedback to your students.
What does it take to win an argument? With these real-world rhetorical analysis materials, students will examine a short article on a high-interest topic, identify specific rhetorical tools (ethos, pathos, and logos), and determine whether the writer is ultimately effective in swaying the reader. Th

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