Ap language and Composition Learning Standards



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Plans for Monday, April 18, 2016
By: John Freeman

AP Language and Composition

Learning Standards:

[Integrated] Know how to interpret information presented in notes and citations

[Integrated] Focus on a purpose

[Integrated] Respond appropriately to different kinds of rhetorical situations

[Integrated] Identify audience, purpose, and strategies in texts
Procedures:  Students will practice AP multiple choice to improve close reading and analytical skills in preparation for the AP Exam MC No-Read Part I

Mini-lesson:


Work time:

Read/write/talk:  Using the essay "Women" (author unknown), students will practice the "no-read" strategy of finding multiple choice answers without having to read the entire passage.  Students will note when this strategy will and will not work, and how it will make their test taking more efficient when possible.  


Practice:
Gauge understanding:  Q&A
Debrief:

Accommodations/Modifications/Extensions:  None needed.  
Notes/Reflections:
Plans for Tuesday, April 19, 2016
By: John Freeman

AP Language and Composition

Learning Standards:

[Integrated] Focus on a purpose

[Integrated] Respond appropriately to different kinds of rhetorical situations

[Integrated] Identify audience, purpose, and strategies in texts

[Integrated] Understand how genres shape reading and writing

[Integrated] Know how to interpret information presented in notes and citations



Procedures:  Students will peer-grade Vocab 13-15, and then practice AP multiple choice to improve close reading and analytical skills in preparation for the AP Exam.

Mini-lesson:

Work time:

Read/write/talk:  After peer-grading the Vocab units, students will have 15 minutes to read an AP passage and answer the questions that follow (Vogel 204-207, ed. 6).

Practice:

Gauge understanding:  Scoring and Explications will begin immediately after

Debrief:

Accommodations/Modifications/Extensions:  None needed.





Notes/Reflections:
Plans for Wednesday, April 20, 2016
By: John Freeman

AP Language and Composition

Learning Standards:

[Integrated] Write in several genres

[Integrated] Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality

[Integrated] Respond to the needs of different audiences

[Integrated] Focus on a purpose

Procedures:  Students will practice AP Timed Writing to improve rhetorical skills in preparation for the AP Exam. Vogel 16, ed. 7

Mini-lesson:

Work time:

Read/write/talk:  Using Vogel 16, ed. 7, students will have 40 minutes to compose an AP argument in response to the prompt.  

Practice:

Gauge understanding:  Peer-scoring will take place tomorrow.

Debrief:

Accommodations/Modifications/Extensions:  None needed.





Notes/Reflections:
Plans for Thursday, April 21, 2016
By: John Freeman

AP Language and Composition

Learning Standards:

[Integrated] Write thoughtfully about their own process of composition

[Integrated] Learn to critique their own and others’ work

[Integrated] Focus on a purpose

[Integrated] Recognize techniques in visual as well as verbal arguments

[Integrated] Synthesize ideas and information from various sources

[Integrated] Respond appropriately to different kinds of rhetorical situations

Procedures:  Students will peer-score yesterday's AP essay to improve rhetorical and analytical skills in preparation for the AP exam. 

Mini-lesson:

Work time:

Read/write/talk:  Using Vogel 62-69, ed. 7, students will calibrate in preparation for peer-scoring yesterday's essays by doing to following:  review the explication for yesterday's essay prompt, review the College Board rubric, review three student sample essays and evaluate them based on the rubric, review the College Board rationale for the scores the student samples received and why, and then compare those scores to the score the students gave them.  Following calibration, students will peer-score an essay and get two other students to score it.  Students will collaborate and come to a consensus on what they essay earned based on the rubric.  After receiving their scored essays back, students will self-evaluate using the rubric on what they could have done to improve their essays.  

Practice:

Gauge understanding:  Q&A  

Debrief:

Accommodations/Modifications/Extensions:  None needed.





Notes/Reflections:
Plans for Friday, April 22, 2016
By: John Freeman

AP Language and Composition

Learning Standards:

[Integrated] Write in several genres

[Integrated] Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality

[Integrated] Focus on a purpose

[Integrated] Respond to the needs of different audiences

[Integrated] Synthesize ideas and information from various sources

[Integrated] Use the conventions of standard written English

Procedures:  Students will compose a persuasive essay about a theme from Brave New World to improve rhetorical skills in preparation for the AP exam.  

Mini-lesson:

Work time:

Read/write/talk:  After proving mastery over chapters 16-18 of the novel by completing an objective quiz, students will compose a short essay arguing their opinion of the following thematic element from Brave New World:  "Argue your opinion of how a person should deal with rejection."  

 

Practice:



Gauge understanding:  Q&A

Debrief:


Accommodations/Modifications/Extensions:  None needed.





Notes/Reflections:

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