AP Lang Summer Reading — 11th Grade AP Language Summer Reading Assignment

AP Lang Syllabus —AMHSyllabusAPLang-2018-2019

Writing Rubrics —General Rubrics for Three Types of Timed Writes ,  9 pt writing rubric

Rhetorical Terms —Glossary of Terms Master List

Tone Words Chart–POSITIVE TONE WORDS Chart

Multiple Choice Stems–AP English Language Multiple Choice Question Stems

MLA Citation Chart–MLA citations

Argument Chapter– Argue Part 1       Argue Part 2      Argue Part 3     Argue Part 4   

Iroquois League–The Constitution of Five Nations

Smith– John Smith –Part 1          John Smith–Part 2 

Tedtalk Sheet–TED Project for AP Lang–2017–Argument

Winthrop–John Winthrop

Bradford–William Bradford

Rowlandson–NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND RESTORATION OF MRS

Bradstreet–Anne Bradstreet

Wheatley–Wheatley

Franklin–Franklin

Jefferson–Jefferson

Hutchinson–Hutchinson

Adams–Abigail Adams

Copley–Copley

Rowlandson Essay —Mary Rowlandson Argument Prompt 18 

Cooper–Cooper

Irving–THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW

Poe–Poe

Dickinson–Dickinson

Hawthorne– The House of Seven Gables–HawthorneThe Minister’s Black Veil

Alcott–Alcott

Whitman– Whitman–Democratic VistasWhitman       whitman –Locomotive      Winter

Emerson–Emerson         Audion Version 

Thoreau– Thoreau–Civil Disobedience      Thoreau–Walden

Durand–Asher Durand Interior of a Wood

Capitol Buildings–Four Designs for the Capitol Building

Bloom–Bloom

Bryant–Bryant 

Socratic Packet Information — Socratic Rubric     Socratic Reflections pg. 2   Socratic Reflections pg. 1    Socratic Seminar Questions–II 

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Synthesis Research Project–Synthesis Research Rubric           Synthesis Essay Packet for Researched Argument 2019

Notes for Unit 3/4 — Modernism    1Naturalism 1    Realism 1       Write-a-Rhetorical-Analysis       

Rhetorical Analysis Notes — Rhetorical Analysis Part 1.2      Rhetorical Analysis Part 2                 Rhetorical Analysis Part 1.1                  Rhetorical Analysis Part 6           Rhetorical Analysis Part 5              Rhetorical Analysis Part 4      Rhetorical Analysis Part 3

O’Brien Reading Journal Project–  O’Brien reading journal Rubric        The Things They Carried Reading Journal Project 2019    The Things They Carried (2)

Spring Break Project–

Print for Warm-up Use– WU-MC Practice 2       WU-MC Practice 1    

WU-MC Practice 2–B        WU-MC Practice 3–A   WU-MC Practice 5    WU-MC Practice 4–B     WU-MC Practice 4–A          WU-MC Practice 3–B

Douglass–Douglass

Truth– Truth        Truth.–1

Stanton–Stanton

Jacobs–Jacobs

Harper–Harper

Raspberry–Raspberry

Steinem–Steinem

Sa–Sa

DuBois–Du Bois

Adams–Adams

Addams– Addams Part 1              Addams Part 2

Sandburg–Sandburg

Wing–Wing

Twain–Twain

FDR–Roosevelt

E. Roosevelt–E.Roosevelt

Long–Long

Rivera–Rivera

Faulkner–Faulkner

Kerouac– Kerouac1     Kerouac2

Okada–Okada

Baldwin–Baldwin

King–Letter_Birmingham_Jail

Kennedy–Kennedy

Staples–Staples

Naylor–Naylor

Spiegelman– Spiegelman1    Spiegelman2

Morrison– Morrison1       Morrison2

Rodriguez– Rodriguez1       Rodriguez2

Wallace–Wallace

Min–Min

Danticat–Danticat

Tocqueville–Tocqueville

Berry– Berry–Ugly          Berry –Ind

Swift–Swift

Lightman–Lightman

 

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