- This short unit meets the required skills and activities as described in the new AP Lit CED. Students will work individually and alone to analyze four advanced poems, both in discussion and in writing. The unit culminates with a timed writing, for which I’ve given suggestions for scaffolding and dif$16.00$9.60Save $6.40
- This bundle contains multiple slideshows for studying poetry with AP Lit or advanced literature students. Every individual poem resource contains a student handout and a slideshow guiding students through analysis using critical thinking and small and large group discussions. Each lesson is designe$66.50$39.20Save $27.30
- This bundle combines ALL of my poetry resources from my AP Lit full course, plus any additional poetry assessments and lessons that I add in the future. This resource contains: Intro to Poetry Full Unit - This bundle contains my two week poetry unit which introduces students to poetry analysis throu$121.75$68.00Save $53.75
- This resource was designed for new AP Literature teachers in mind. It bundles my best-selling and best-reviewed resources that can be used in any AP Lit classroom. None of these resources require outside texts or reading assignments and they can be integrated along with any AP Lit curriculum! This s$219.00$144.00Save $75.00
- ***Many of the resources in this bundle are currently in the process of being converted to fillable Google resources. I will update their descriptions as they are adapted and will attempt to adapt as quickly as I am able. This bundle provides first year and AP Literature teachers looking for a refre$498.00$259.20Save $238.80
- Product Description
This lesson, align to meet standards from the AP Lit CED's suggested Poetry Unit II, guides students through an analysis of Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem, "Ozymandias." It targets the following AP Lit Essential Skills (from the 2019 course update):
- STR 3.C - Explain the function of structure in a text.
- FIG 5.B - Explain the function of specific words and phrases in a text.
- FIG 6.D - Identify and explain the function of an allusion.
It is designed to introduce advanced analysis by asking to students as they explore the stanza by stanza, followed by . This also comes with a student handout version of the poem with space for notes and annotation. The lesson culminates with a , where students can answer an AP-level prompt and demonstrate a . This can be expanded into a full essay or simply be brainstorming practice. This lesson is designed to take 30-45 minutes but expansion opportunities are included. Each file is available in both PDF and Microsoft Office form and is fully editable.
This resource is included in my AP Lit Full Course Bundle!