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 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 Huckleberry Finn, I’ve provided reading questions for each reading section, quote analysis activities, annotations activities, thesis and diction exercises, tools for rhetorical analysis, pre-reading assignments, and more text-specific activities and projects. I’ve constructed each unit with AP Lang in mind, so students read each text through a rhetorical analysis mindset.
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Please see the provided links within the preview for a more comprehensive look at each. You can also visit the links below.
Michael Enos (Lit Monster)
Individual Links to Resources:
The Crucible Resource: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Crucible-for-AP-Language-and-Composition-and-Honors-English-3800305
Huck Finn: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Adventures-Of-Huckleberry-Finn-Huck-Finn-for-AP-Language-and-Composition-3685215
Embedding, Assertions, and Thesis Stems: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/AP-Lang-Embedding-Assertions-Thesis-Stems-and-Lesson-Rhetorical-Analysis-2833394