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AP Language

Rhetoric by Aristotle

The Forest of Rhetoric

Tropes and Schemes

Schemes and Tropes Flashcards

Language Glossary Flashcards

Multiple Choice Practice

Synthesis Essay Example

Released Free Response Prompts

AP's 2013 Essay Scoring Guidelines

Ethos, Pathos, Logos


Rooting Out Words
Grammar Gorilla
Paint by Idiom
The Plural Girls
Stay Afloat
Math Baseball
Match Up
Match each word in the left column with its synonym on the right. When finished, click Answer to see the results. Good luck!

Word of the Day

Article of the Day

This Day in History

Today's Birthday

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Quotation of the Day


This is the archive for September 2014

Friday, September 26, 2014

High school students' SAT scores continue to slip

"(MoneyWatch) The latest SAT test figures released today by the College Board suggest that most freshmen aren't academically prepared for college.

High school seniors who graduated earlier this year generated the exact same scores as last year's crop of test takers. The latest results continue a pattern of stagnating test scores that educators have lamented for years.

The 2013 figures suggest that only 43 percent of SAT takers among this year's freshmen are ready for the academic rigors of college studies."

High school students

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Welcome, Parents, to The World's Greatest Open House

This website and the material hereon contained are intended to support your students in their efforts to master their Honors English Two or AP Language and Composition Class. But it is for YOU, too. Here, you can find which books we are reading, and when major assignments are due. It is updated regularly.

Plus, there is MORE. We have provided some educational links to online activities intended to boost their overall academic performance. SAT questions and vocabulary, word matches, and various articles will be posted here regularly.

But, wait there is MORE. Your students can also communicate online to form study groups and otherwise support their academic ventures in this class.

All in a clean and sanitary -depending on the state of your keyboard- learning environment.

Friday, September 05, 2014

Campbell's Honors English Two Summer Reading Discussion Assignment


Honors students desiring credit for doing their summer reading assignment should leave at least three substantial comments in the comments area below. Two of the comments should be about the book you read and one should be in response to someone else's comment about a book you did not read. The comments should highlight your understanding of the books (through the other reader in the book you did not read) and inspire confidence in the teachers that you did, indeed, read these books. Unconvincing commentary will receive no credit.