Please see this link for your final exam review sheet. This document is also in the shared Handouts folder for unit 6. Please feel free to prepare as much as you’d like for this exam by preparing responses to the provided prompts based on the texts given.
Please read and analyze this poem for Monday.
Here is the link to all AP Literature Open Ended Question Prompts (Q3) for our tournament. The directions are:
Choose a prompt. Dissect the prompt – know what is is asking for, specifically. Write a thesis claim. Prepare a 1 minute explanation of the prompt and thesis, covering why the thesis is a good response . . . → Read More: AP Lit: Open-Ended Question Prompts for March Madness
I’ve written a response of my own to the “betrayal” prompt from the 2007 form B exam and you can check it out here. Any and all feedback welcomed.
Continuing in our exploration of the exam’s question three, I have fashioned last year’s form A question into a comparative response that delves into an important moment in text for a character. Please have a look and respond before Wednesday, December 7, and then respond to the ideas of your peers in the week that . . . → Read More: Flex Discussion: AP Literature – Discussion #5 is Now Open
Choose one AP open-ended prompt example from 1993 or later and plan a response using Heart of Darkness, lining up no less than 6 specific moments from the text for support. You may work in pairs.
See the essay rubric and three student examples in our shared Handouts collection for Unit 3 in Google Docs. Read and score each of the examples, then read and score your own. Answer the following questions in writing:
Is your thesis claim specific and clear? If not, how can it be revised? Is each paragraph . . . → Read More: Homework – AP Lit: Self-Assessment & Metacognitive Writing
The notes form our work on responding to AP prompts are shared in the Unit 2 Notes collection and are linked below.
Responding to AP Prompts
Please carefully read the rubric and the three sample essays in the link below. Then, score each essay for discussion in our next class. Substantive comments based on the text of the essays will be helpful.
Sample Responses & Rubric
The AP Literature Mock Exam date is set for March 3, 2o12. Mark your calendars! I’ll inform you as to the time and location within the school at a later date.