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This is a collection of 10 units designed to cover a year of AP Language and Composition. Units include...Rhetorical and Critical ReadingIntroduction to Rhetorical AnalysisModern DiscourseIntroduction to SynthesisArgumentationIntroduction to ArgumentDebatesThe CrucibleThe Rhetoric of ActivismThe Gre
Grades:
11th - 12th
There are so many great literature CSI activities out there! However, I am always looking for simple, one-day activities. This lesson focuses on character analysis, particularly for AP Literature and Composition. In other words, students have to dig into the nuances of characters: their reputation,
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10th - 12th
This unit is designed for the AP Language classroom that incorporates American Literature. It combines multiple AP skills (reading visual texts, synthesis, argument, rhetorical analysis, etc) while moving through the text. Preferably positioned in the second semester, this unit does not go into dept
Grades:
11th - 12th
The one pager is a common assignment. This resource expands it to the rigors of AP Language and Composition, asking students to watch or look for rhetorical choices and to synthesize materials. Great for visual sources or text sources.Student sample included!
Grades:
11th - 12th
About the CollectionAs an (almost) veteran AP Language teacher, I have decided to compile a year's worth of content, covering the new 2020 standards and test format. Over the course of the next months, I will be posting complete units. Every unit includes: a standard audit, a hook activity, teaching
Want an easy way to introduce the rhetorical triangle? Here is a lesson which includes an Apples to Apples style game which asks students to practice different rhetorical situations.
About the CollectionAs an (almost) veteran AP Language teacher, I have decided to compile a year's worth of content, covering the new 2020 standards and test format. Over the course of the next months, I will be posting complete units. Every unit includes: a standard audit, a hook activity, teaching
Grades:
11th - 12th
A great resource to lead in to literary analysis is the text, "How To Read Literature Like a Professor" by Thomas Foster. To effectively survey the information with students, this project separates the content into 5 presentations, assigning small groups to teach the a lesson for their peers.
Grades:
11th - 12th
As a genre study in satire, this 33 page unit works towards students’ own original episode of AP Live! (an SNL type sketch show filled with satirical skits). Students will study mentor texts which demonstrate farce, parody, diatribe (or monologue), and political satire. Texts are a combination of mo
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11th - 12th
This unit looks at activism in many forms: politics, art, writing, and more. Students will learn about activists of the present and past as well as how they crafted their message. From Banksy's artwork to Harvey Milk's Hope speech, this unit is packed with engaging lessons and content.Include: Aweso
Grades:
11th - 12th
This is a complete AP Literature and Composition unit for The House on Mango Street. Spanning four weeks, this unit goes from an AP Lit Free Response Questions pre-assessment to a literary analysis presentation to close reading of different excerpts to a College Board prose FRQ. (Copyrighted prompt
Designed for my AP Language and Composition class, this was a clarifying activity. They were confused about the difference between purpose, exigence, and subject, so we analyzed something familiar: SnapChats and memes. A sample has been included.**Aligned to 2020 AP Language and Composition changes*
Grades:
11th - 12th
This is a complete unit for my AP Language and Composition class. It includes minilessons on creating writer's voice, active reading packet, reading and journal prompts, quizzes, reading assignments, and a final test OR project with rubric included. Great for AP students, but really, applicable to
Grades:
10th - 12th
This lesson utilizes the familiar “This I Believe” essay, which is derived from the collaborative podcast on NPR, as a writing diagnostic for AP Language. Student compose an essay about one of their core beliefs or values. The lesson additionally includes revision materials and an introduction to t
Grades:
11th - 12th
This pack of resources includes a scaffolded approach to analyzing the rhetorical situation. First, is SPACES (Speaker, Purpose, Audience, Context, Exigence, and Subject). Then, students graduate to the familiar SPACECAT (Speaker, Purpose, Audience, Context, Exigence, Choices, Appeals, and Tone). Th
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9th - 12th
A week long unit covering Sandra Cisnero's The House on Mango Street. Students complete a dialectic journal with modelling. The unit assessment is a literary analysis paragraph on one of the sections. This can be paired with the entire book or considered using only the selected passages.
Grades:
9th - 12th
About the CollectionAs an (almost) veteran AP Language teacher, I have decided to compile a year's worth of content, covering the new 2020 standards and test format. Over the course of the next months, I will be posting complete units. Every unit includes: a standard audit, a hook activity, teaching
Grades:
11th - 12th
Is your AP Language and Composition class ready for a break from test prep? This unit combines true crime with AP Language and Composition skills to get students applying some of what they have learned in class. Students will write and produce their own podcasts about an unsolved crime.This unit inc
Grades:
11th - 12th
About the CollectionAs an (almost) veteran AP Language teacher, I have decided to compile a year's worth of content, covering the new 2020 standards and test format. Over the course of the next months, I will be posting complete units. Every unit includes: a standard audit, a hook activity, teaching
Grades:
11th - 12th
This lesson was designed as a practice reading for modes of development. Students annotate a text with candy, and then produce rhetorical analysis claims (assertions). It combines modeling and group practice as practice for AP Language rhetorical analysis.**Aligned to 2020 AP Exam changes.**
Grades:
11th - 12th
This is a project to practice rhetorical analysis for AP Language and Composition students. Students utilized SOAPSTone to analyze speeches and then emulate them for a speaking assessment. Product includes all student handouts, links to speeches and transcripts, and a rubric.
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11th - 12th
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Are you ready to take on the SPACECATS? The "Mimic?" Well, this unit will put AP Language students to the test in a multi-level game. Using the updated reading standards, students will practice analyzing reasoning and organization, author's claims and evidence, rhetorical situations, and writer's st
This pack includes over 30 resources for teaching rhetorical analysis for AP Language and Composition. I've included resources I have used over the years that have helped differentiate in my classroom and walked students through the rhetorical analysis process.Included:Prewriting Samples (Florence K
About the CollectionAs an (almost) veteran AP Language teacher, I have decided to compile a year's worth of content, covering the new 2020 standards and test format. Over the course of the next months, I will be posting complete units. Every unit includes: a standard audit, a hook activity, teaching
Grades:
11th - 12th

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