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Units of Study
Unit 1: How to Write an Awesome Essay
Featuring Dr. Hunzer's Grammar Odyssey, Mrs. Schultz's Guide to Essay Writing Happiness, and much more!
Unit 2: Introduction to the AP Exam
Including procedures and understanding scoring, pre-tests, and timed writing practice.
Unit 3: Mastering the Basics
Using children's stories to master literary and poetic techniques as well as the difference between summarizing and analyzing.
Unit 4: Accepting or Challenging Fate
Frankenstein, "The Lottery," "The Lady of Shalott," "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "Hands," and "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock."
Unit 5: A Study of (in)Sanity
"The Most Dangerous Game," "A Jury of Her Peers," "Porphyria's Lover," "My Last Duchess," and Hamlet.
Unit 6: The Depths of Love
Wuthering Heights, Sonnet 130, Sonnet 43, "A Worn Path," and "Rappaccini's Daughter."
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Resources for Success in AP English
Passing the AP exam requires dedication, which means that you should probably study outside of class if you wish to be successful on the exam. Check out the links below, which are resources that will help you prepare independently throughout the year for the May exam.
Click on Woody and Buzz to download the AP Terms Flashcards!
In the case you miss class or forget your notes at home, here is the complete list of vocabulary terms and definitions for the school year. Study, study, study!