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AP® Teacher Support for English Language

If you want to get time back for yourself, then AP® Teacher Support for English Language is the perfect solution. When you purchase AP® Teacher Support, you get:

3 new lesson plans each month (30 total!)

1 monthly mentor session

12 additional lesson plans

All live online sessions are recorded and available to watch any time. In the spring, we also offer exclusive review sessions for AP®️ Teacher Support English Language students and a full-length practice exam. Professional development certificates are available and purchase orders are accepted.

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Take a look at our 2021-22 English Language lesson plans that will be posted throughout the school year.

August
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
September
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
October
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
November
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
December
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: 6.B: Using Transitional Elements to Move Through the Line of Reasoning
January
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 February
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
March
Unit 7: STL 8.C: Using Established Conventions to Communicate Effectively
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
April
Unit 9: CLE 3.C: Explaining How Claims are Qualified
Unit 9: CLE 4.C: Qualifying a Claim
Unit 5: REO 6.A: Developing a Line of Reasoning
May
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

AP® Lesson Plan Bundle for English Language

Get the very best in Marco Learning’s classroom resources with one easy download! Our AP® Lesson Plan Bundle for English Language is aligned to the 2020-21 CED and includes:

Over 25 lesson plans

Hundreds of pages of resources

Includes teacher's commentary and answer keys

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See what’s included in the AP® Lesson Plan Bundle for English Language.

Tone and the Rhetorical Situation
Creating Multiple Choice Reading Questions
Emulating Style: “The Hill We Climb”
Evaluating an Argument Essay
Rhetorical Analysis One-Pager
Analyzing Visual Rhetoric Lesson Plan
Analyzing Rhetorical Appeals Lesson Plan
Creating Short-Answer Responses Lesson Plan
Identifying and Making Claims Lesson Plan
Identifying and Analyzing Claims Lesson Plan
Analyzing Imagery through The Scarlet Letter Lesson Plan
Self-Editing the Rhetorical Analysis Lesson Plan
Multiple-Choice Practice: Short Answers Lesson Plan
Turning Art into an Argument Lesson Plan
Argument Prompt Practice Lesson Plan
Evaluating Sources in the Synthesis Prompt Lesson Plan
Earning the Argument Thesis Point Lesson Plan
Frederick Douglass’s Oration Lesson Plan
Authentic Interpretation Lesson Plan
Student Synthesis Project Lesson Plan
Revising an Argument Essay Lesson Plan
Analyzing Bronson’s Speech Lesson Plan
Embedding Evidence Lesson Plan
Effectively Synthesizing Sources Lesson Plan
Reflecting on the Multiple-Choice Exam Lesson Plan
Preparing for College Applications
Identifying Audience Beliefs, Values, and Needs in Advertisements
Figurative Language in Rhetoric
Studying Satire

Free Resources for English Language

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