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    Rhetoric

     
    AP English Language & Composition Exam Date:
    May 13th, 2020 (Morning session)
     
     
    Course Syllabus
     

    2019-2020 Syllabus

     
    Unit Calendar & Assignments
     
    We will be utilizing Google Classroom for resources and assignments. An updated, daily schedule can also be found on our Google Classroom page. Please refer to the syllabus for the information you need to sign up for our classroom.
      
     
    Course Description
     
    AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION

    This Advanced Placement course is designed for academically prepared juniors or seniors to pursue college-level studies with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both. The course focuses on the development and revision of narrative, expository, and evidence-based analytic and argumentative writing and the rhetorical analysis of a variety of nonfiction texts, including essays, journalism, political writing, science writing, nature writing, autobiographies/biographies, diaries, speeches, graphics, and visual images. The selected texts provide students opportunities to identify and explain an author’s use of rhetorical strategies and techniques. At the conclusion of the course, students will sit for the AP English Language and Composition Exam. Students eligible for this course must earn a 93% or better in Language Arts 10 Honors or Language Arts 11 Honors and score Proficient or Advanced on the Pennsylvania Keystone exam. This course fulfills the requirements of a weighted course and is in lieu of either a junior-level or a senior-level Language Arts course.  
     
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