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AP Language

Rhetoric by Aristotle

The Forest of Rhetoric

Tropes and Schemes

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Synthesis Essay Example

Released Free Response Prompts

AP's 2013 Essay Scoring Guidelines

Ethos, Pathos, Logos

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Rooting Out Words
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The Plural Girls
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This is the archive for May 2006

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Dawn: The Play - English Side Comment Thread

Dawn Presentation

The Goal:
The object of this assignment is twofold. First, we need to make sure all the students understand the issues presented in Elie Wieselís novel, Dawn. Second, we as a group, need a break from typing essays and sitting in our desks all day. It is the end of the year, after all.

The Schedule:
This assignment will take the entire week. We will prepare for four or five days and then the presentations will take two days. We will need to use our time wisely, be punctual and prepared, to make this all work.