Building from units 1 & 2, this unit is based on the new AP Language and Composition curriculum. Thematically called The Individual in a Community, the focus for this unit is on evidence, reasoning, and methods of development. Students will engage in a number of activities like: analyzing, discussing, creating, concluding, writing, and more. With standards aligned to each activity, this unit is organized with efficiency and accuracy. The big projects will include an analysis of Henry David Thoreau's "Where I lived and What I Lived For" with guided notes, an exploration of the modes of writing in a group project, and a variety of small and large writing and discussing activities. Additionally, literary excerpts within the presentation offer a non-annotated passage with an annotated passage with potential responses. The group project includes the assignment, rubric, essays, and tips for students. The Thoreau guided notes can only be accessed through my bundle of Unit 3. Please see all of my materials in my Unit 3 bundle.