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AP Language Intro

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Sarah Klingenmeier

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of AP Language Intro

Introduction AP Language and Composition 3 hours, 15 minutes Typical Types of Questions Exam Format Essay Questions Synthesis Essay Synthesis Essay 6 sources given Analytical Essay examine, interpret, and explain the meaning
of a prose passage, focusing on rhetorical
strategies Argument Essay support, refute, or qualify an opinion expressed in a brief statement or passage Multiple Choice Questions Hour 1: 50-60 multiple choice questions Hour 2-3: 3 essays Rhetoric
Grammar Analytical Essay Argument Essay Each essay should be written in approximately 40 minutes. (15 extra minutes are given to read the source materials for the synthesis essay) non-fiction essays, reports, articles, etc. at least one visual text Directions: Read the sources, take a position on the subject, and include at least 3 sources in an essay proving your point
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