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"Because it is my name!"Have students analyze Arthur Miller's The Crucible for how characters manipulate language for their purposes! In this unit, I have compiled what has worked well for me and my students in the AP Lang classroom. Included are the following:1) Pre-reading activities on Puritan wr
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
In this expansive resource, I’ve compiled my units for three texts: The Crucible, The Things They Carried, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. In addition, I’ve added my embedding quotes, assertions, and thesis stems resource and my literature circles assignments and activities for The Great Gat
NEW IN 2020: Rigorous! Thought-provoking! Discussion-based! This 60-page EDITABLE unit promises to elicit dynamic engagement from all students without compromising on intellectual rigor. The daily discussion prompts, vocabulary lists, literary devices quiz, and analytical writing assignment will cha
In this resource, I have compiled what has worked well for me and my students in the AP Language and Composition classroom for the study of Frederick Douglass' narrative. In this growing resource, you can find the following:1) Quote analysis activities for each reading section with sample rhetorical
I created this resource as a way to facilitate higher-order thinking and reading skills for The Crucible. Get ready to introduce new and exciting perspectives to this classic work! This unit uses a scaffolded approach with literary lenses, so students can start with a foundation and build to higher-
This resource contains activities and resources for the AP Language and Composition classroom that have worked well for me and my students. Inside, you'll find . . . - 3 practice prompts for rhetorical analysis - Activities for writing body paragraphs, introductions, and descriptions of strategies -
This resource contains activities and resources for the AP Language and Composition classroom that have worked well for both me and my students. This is a reduced price bundle of the Embedding Quotes for AP Lang, A Portrait of a Speaker, and the Rhetorical Analysis Workshop resources in my store. In
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
Teaching AP Language and Composition skills through American Literature can be a complex task. These two final exams (one for fall and one for spring) use the American Literature novels students read for class to test the skills required to pass the AP Language and Composition exam. These tests ha
Includes four AP Language/Literature and Composition style prompts and one creative essay prompt with a number of options Creative Synthesis Argumentative Literary Analysis Rhetorical Analysis
Grades:
11th
Great activity for students to do in pairs and then open up as a class. It quizzes their understanding of literary/rhetorical devices, especially appropriate for AP English Language and Composition students. Answer key included!
Grades:
11th - 12th
This two-page handout provides students with selections from two American literature texts: Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Arthur Miller's The Crucible. Students use a provided chart to look at the elements of style including sentence structure, diction, treatment of subject matter,
Who says you can’t teach novels and plays in AP Lang?In this expansive resource, I’ve compiled what has worked well for me and my AP Language and Composition students while teaching The Crucible and The Things They Carried. In addition, I’ve added my embedding quotes, assertions, and thesis stems re
This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach and at the same time prepare your students for the AP Literature and Composition Exam. It's easy to add this unit to your lesson plan, and it will save you hours of preparation. Every AP Literature Teaching Unit includes: • A test consisting of m
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Not Grade Specific
Want to include some American literature in your AP course and encourage students to practice the skills needed to pass the AP English Language test? These 10 Significant Assessments can help! These summative novel assessments list 10 significant people, places, or symbols found in a novel. Stude
25 multiple choice questions on plot of the play. Ideal for evaluating pre-reading, annotation or as part of a final/summative evaluation. Questions are of moderate difficulty.
Grades:
8th - 12th
This contextual research presentation assignment was designed to be used in an AP English Language and Composition class studying The Crucible by Arthur Miller. This assignment gives students the opportunity to develop their research, writing and presentation skills. It includes a list of specific
Grades:
9th - 12th
Allow your English students to examine quotations critically from the play. This assignment is a perfect complement to an AP Language curriculum as it assesses rhetorical devices.
Grades:
11th - 12th
In this bundle of two resources, I’ve compiled what has worked well for me and my AP Language and Composition students while teaching The Crucible and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Inside, you can find the following: The Crucible 1) Pre-reading activities on Puritan writings, a speech by Jo
Essay test used by my AP class after reading The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Grades:
9th - 12th
In this expansive resource, I’ve compiled what has worked well for me and my AP Language and Composition students while teaching The Crucible and Huck Finn. In addition, I’ve added my embedding quotes, assertions, and thesis stems resource. In the bundles for The Crucible and The Adventures of Huc
In this bundle of two resources, I’ve compiled what has worked well for me and my AP Language and Composition students while teaching The Crucible and The Things They Carried. Inside, you can find the following: - Response and discussion questions for each reading section - can be used for writing,
This document provides an essay prompt for The Crucible, as well as a research component for The Salem Witch Trials after reading the play.

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