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Here’s a sample of our English Language lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: RHS 1.A: Introducing the Rhetorical Situation
Unit 1: CLE 3.A: Identifying Claims and Evidence
Unit 1: CLE 4.A: Creating a Claim with Evidence
Unit 2
Unit 2: RHS 1.B: Explaining How an Argument Demonstrates an Understanding of the Audience
Unit 2: RHS 2.B: Demonstrating an Understanding of the Audience
Unit 2: CLE 4.B: Writing Thesis Statements that Require Proof
Unit 3
Unit 3: REO 5.A: Describing and Evaluating a Line of Reasoning
Unit 3: REO 5.C: Recognizing and Explaining the Use of Methods of Development
Unit 3: REO 6.A: Developing a Line of Reasoning
Unit 4
Unit 4: CLE 3.B: Identifying and Describing an Overarching Thesis
Unit 4: RHS 2.A: Writing Introductions and Conclusions Appropriate to the Rhetorical Situation
Unit 4: REO 6.C: Using Appropriate Methods to Advance an Argument
Unit 5
Unit 5: REO 5.B: Explain How Organization of a Text Creates Unity and Reflects a Line of Reasoning
Unit 5: REO 6.A: Developing a Line of Reasoning Supported with Commentary
Unit 5: REO 6.A: Developing a Line of Reasoning
Unit 5: 6.B: Using Transitional Elements to Move Through the Line of Reasoning
Unit 6
Unit 6: CLE 3.A: Identifying and Explaining Claims and Evidence within an Argument
Unit 6: STL 7.A: Explaining How Word Choice, Comparisons, and Syntax Contribute to Tone
Unit 6: CLE 4.A: Developing a Paragraph that Includes a Claim with Evidence
Unit 7
Unit 7: CLE 3.C: Explaining How Claims are Qualified
Unit 7: STL 7.B: Explaining How Writers Create Independent Clauses to Show Relationships Among Ideas
Unit 7: CLE 4.C: Qualifying a Claim
Unit 7: STL 8.C: Using Established Conventions to Communicate Effectively
Unit 8
Unit 8: RHS 1.B: Explaining How an Argument Demonstrates an Understanding of an Audience
Unit 8: RHS 2.B: Demonstrating an Understanding of an Audience
Unit 9
Unit 9: CLE 3.C: Explaining How Claims are Qualified
Unit 9: CLE 4.C: Qualifying a Claim
Review
Unit 1: RHS 1.A: Review: Identifying and Describing the Rhetorical Situation
Unit 2: CLE 4.B: Review: Writing Thesis Statements that Require Defense
Unit 5: REO 5.A: Review: Describing the Line of Reasoning

Here’s a sample of our English Literature lesson plans.

Unit 1
Unit 1: NAR 4.B: Analyzing Point of View in Short Fiction
Unit 1: STR 3.A: Analyzing Plot Events in Short Film
Previewing the AP English Literature and Composition Exam
Unit 2
Unit 2: STR 3.C: Explaining the Function of Structure in a Text
Unit 2: FIG 6.A and 6.B: Identifying and Explaining the Function of a Simile and a Metaphor
Unit 2: LAN 7.A: Developing a Paragraph that Includes a Claim that Requires Defense with Evidence from the Text and the Evidence Itself
Unit 3
Unit 3: CHR 1.A: Identifying and Describing what Specific Textual Details Reveal about a Character, that Character’s Perspective, and that Character’s Motives
Unit 3: STR 3.E: Explaining the Function of a Significant Event or Related Set of Significant Events in a Plot
Unit 3: LAN 7.B: Developing a Thesis Statement that Conveys a Defensible Claim about an Interpretation of Literature and that May Establish a Line or Reasoning
Unit 4
Unit 4: CHR 1.C: Explaining the Function of Contrasting Characters
Unit 4: NAR 4.C and LAN 7.C: Identifying and Describing Details, Diction, or Syntax in a Text that Reveal a Narrator’s or Speaker’s Perspective, and Developing a Commentary that Establishes and Explains Relationships among Textual Evidence, the Line of Reasoning, and the Thesis
Unit 4: LAN 7.D: Selecting and Using Relevant and Sufficient Evidence to Both Develop and Support a Line of Reasoning
Unit 5
Unit 5: FIG 5.B: Explaining the Function of Specific Words and Phrases in a Text
Unit 5: LAN 7.E: Demonstrating Control over the Elements of Composition to Communicate Clearly
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions
Unit 6
Unit 6: NAR 4.D: Explaining how a Narrator’s Reliability Affects a Narrative
Unit 6: LAN 7.E: Demonstrate Control over the Elements of Composition to Communicate Clearly
Practicing Peer Review with the Prose Analysis Essay
Unit 7
Unit 7: SET 2.B: Explaining the Function of Setting in a Narrative
Unit 7: CHR 1.D: Describing how Textual Details Reveal Nuances and Complexities in Characters’ Relationships with One Another
Unit 7: FIG 5.C: Identifying and Explaining the Function of a Symbol
Unit 8
Unit 8: STR 3.D: Explaining the Function of Contrasts within a Text
Unit 8: FIG 6.B: Identifying and Explaining the Function of a Metaphor
Unit 8: LAN 7.C: Developing a Commentary that Establishes and Explains Relationships among Textual Evidence, the Line of Reasoning, and the Thesis
Unit 9
Unit 9: CHR 1.B and CHR 1.E: Explaining the Function of a Character Changing or Remaining Unchanged, and Explaining how a Character’s own Choices, Actions, and Speech Reveal Complexities in that Character, and Explaining the Function of Those Complexities
Unit 9: STR 3.F: Explaining the Function of Conflict in a Text
Unit 9: LAN 7.D: Selecting and Using Relevant and Sufficient Evidence to Both Develop and Support a Line of Reasoning
Review
Test Preparation: Novels to Read before the AP English Literature and Composition Exam
Practice: Multiple-Choice Questions