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In this presentation, David G. Miller of Mississippi College gives bite-sized overviews of each free-response question—how students performed, teaching tips for areas where students struggled, and a deeper understanding of the questions and results.
The multiple choice section tests critical reading skills.
Students read several passages and answer questions about the content, form, and style of each. Encourage your students to visit the AP English Literature and Composition student page for exam information and exam practice.
A literary analysis of a given poem A literary analysis of a given passage of prose fiction this may include drama An analysis that examines a specific concept, issue, or element in a work of literary merit selected by the student Exam Questions and Scoring Information For free-response questions from prior exams, along with scoring information, check out the tables below.
Be sure to review the Chief Reader Report.
In this invaluable resource, the Chief Reader of the AP Exam compiles feedback from members of the reading leadership to describe how students performed on the FRQs, summarize typical student errors, and address specific concepts and content with which students have struggled the most that year.
You can also watch the Chief Reader Report Module. In this presentation, the Chief Reader of the exam, David G.
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Miller of Mississippi College, gives a brief and helpful walkthrough of the highlights of his Chief Reader Report.The AP Literature exam is a three-hour exam: It includes one question, hour-long multiple-choice section based on four-five prose and poetry passages, and a two hour free-response section with three essays—one analyzing a poetry passage, one analyzing a prose passage, and one analyzing a work chosen by the student.
An Exam Reader's Advice on Writing.
AP Central; AP Courses & Exams; Active Page: my observations helpful as you think about encouraging your students to do their best on the writing section of the AP English Literature Exam. Most essays I’ve seen that do not use paragraphs tend to be full of confused and rambling thoughts.
AP English Literature and Composition Course Description— This is the core document for this course. It clearly lays out the course content and describes the exam and AP Program in general. AP English Literature and Composition Course Description— This is the core document for this course.
It clearly lays out the course content and describes the exam and AP Program in general. You can use the resources below as you prepare for the AP Exam.
Click here for details about the exam format.. Sample Questions. You’ll find sample multiple-choice and free-response questions in the AP English Literature and Composition Course Description .pdf/MB)..
Sample Responses. the essay shows insight in identifying mental and physical cruelty, it does not use this distinction to great purpose. Its development of its claim is not tho rough, and the supporting examples it .