In light of the fact that the AP English Language Examination is comprised entirely of nonfiction, the new 7th Edition AP English Language book has retained its popular six examination format. The completely new sample exams, totaling over three hundred challenging multiple-choice questions, are accompanied by equally challenging free-response prompts that address the three disparate language tasks: Featuring two fully-explicated practice exams with sample papers, rubrics and assessmentsthe edition has an additional four sample exams that challenge students with an interesting variety of nonfiction, including classic and contemporary essays, speeches and sermons, letters and travelogues, and even literary criticism. Each class order is accompanied by a FREE Teacher's Manual, which contains all the sample questions as well as thorough explanations for both passages and questions.
This is the recommendation for the progression of the courses. The information is presented in readings and videos; students will respond with written work including paragraphs, journals and a research paper in which students will give an analysis of how the Civil War changed America.
Write the answers in complete sentences or paragraphs. Your answer should restate the question. I should know what you are answering without having to read the question. While you will have assigned reading and videos in this course, you will not get all of your information that way.
You will be researching to find answers to some of the required questions. You can read about them here. Pay attention and take notes and review them from time to time. There is a final exam at the end of the course.
Answer the first questions about the different Native American tribes. Look at this picture of Columbus. Read this excerpt from a letter from the King and Queen of Spain to Columbus.
And we being willing to honour and favour you for the reasons aforesaid; Our will is, That you, Christopher Columbus, after discovering and conquering the said Islands and Continent in the said ocean, or any of them, shall be our Admiral of the said Islands and Continent you shall so discover and conquer; and that you be our Admiral, Vice-Roy, and Governour in them.
Are they the same or different? Answer the question on your sheet about Columbus. Scroll down to find it. You should be working on your answers.
Look at this picture. The European Conquest of the Americas. Explore the Routes of Exploration. What was the primary objective for French expeditions? They are things I want you to stop and think about.
These can be things to tell someone about or to discuss. Read about this Mission. Grade your answers up to 38 points, 2 for each answer for accuracy and completeness and up to 5 points for each of the two paragraph responses. Record your score out of 40 remember 2 points for completing them on time, if you did complete all the answers.
Take a minute to explore through these names who were contemporaries of where we are in history. Look through the names in the s and the s. Choose from the index.
There was more going on in the world than just the beginnings of America as we know it today. How do you think God establishing America changed the state of Christianity in the world?
My relatives were Huguenots; they fled France under religious persecution and founded on the Isle of Guernsey. They are for Days It mentions taking notes while you watch the videos.
The videos on the Plymouth Colony. The videos have been replaced with readings. What is one important difference between colonial Maryland and Virginia?The Largest Course Launch in AP's History.
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