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This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.
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How in the world do we start? There are so many ways to design an AP English Language course, that it’s hard to decide what to do the first week. For some schools, schedules are pretty fluid the first ten days or so, so you may be constantly dropping and gaining students. For others, students […]
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pre-AP/AP English strategies, all in one visual!
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NOTE: We will start working with self-selected texts again when you come back from break. What you COULD do over break is choose the book you want to read. It should be something "of literary merit"...
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AP tests are exams designed to measure a person’s grasp of a particular subject area. Passing one of these exams certifies that you have achieved a level of learning commensurate with that of a student who has passed college classes in the subject. If you’re in high school and are preparing for college, Advanced Placement (AP) … Continue reading What’s on the AP European History Exam? [Infographic]
WHAT IS IT? ★ An anchor chart that can be blown up and posted in your room ★ A one-page quick reference for students to use all year when analyzing authors craft and rhetorical devices. WHAT’…
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Welcome Back to Teaching Tuesday! Today is the third edition of “What I Teach,” and I’m sharing my full course outline for 11th Grade: AP Language and Composition/American Literature. If you missed them, check out “What I Teach: Ninth Grade English” + background info on my courses in general here AND “What I Teach: Tenth...Read More »
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