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 assist in generating meaningful evidence and bring more complexity to arguments
- Open and closed thesis examples
- Peer editing roles that can be used for argument essay timed writings
- Stations activity
If you have any questions, feel free to use the Q and A function. I'm happy to respond!
Mike (Lit Monster)
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