10 Argumentative Writing Prompts - AP™ Language Exam Q3 Format
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Do your students need a bit more practice for Question 3 of the AP™ Language & Composition exam? This resource works well for review and is comprised of ten prompts for argumentative writing. In this set, the prompts are written in the same format as Question 3 of the AP™ English Language & Composition Exam. Each page includes a suggested time, instructions, and a short passage. Included as well is lined paper identical to that found in the booklet in which students will write on exam day.
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◈Social media restriction of user speech
◈An analogy of arguments to fire-arms
◈A school district’s “no-zero” policy
◈The FCC’s position on cell jammer technology
◈The importance of knowing our limitations
◈Raising the dropout age to 18
◈Prisoner work pay
◈Public display of affection
◈The increased use of technology in schools
◈Pirated music websites
Suggestions for Use
◈Use a prompt as part of an assessment of skills at the end of a unit. For more information on teaching argumentation and persuasion, see Argumentative & Persuasive Writing or the bundle of these two resources.
◈While reviewing for the AP™ English Language & Composition exam, use one prompt a day as a bell ringer at the beginning of class.
◈Post all ten prompts and do a gallery walk to write thesis statements.
◈Put students in small groups with each group addressing a different prompt. Each group plans and writes an essay together and then shares it with the class in some form.
◈Do a “cold write” by randomly choosing one of the prompts, projecting it, and allowing students to hear the teacher think aloud while addressing the prompt.
◈Bring closure to a lesson by having students read one prompt and write a thesis as a ticket out the door.
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