We’ve compiled a sortable list of all the AP Lang prompts! This post was originally designed for the regular, full-length version of the exam, but we’ve included a list of important updates for the 2020 exam. Normally, on the AP English Language exam, there would be...
AP English Language Exam Prep
Studying for AP Lang doesn’t have to be difficult! Explore explore topics like rhetorical situation, claims and evidence, reasoning and organization, and style. Fiveable has AP English exam prep resources including study guides, unit reviews, free response prompts and writing practice.
2020 ap ultimate guide
Prepare for the new 2020 AP Exam format with weekly lesson plans, study materials, and FRQ practice in 15 subjects!
The AP Lang FRQ section is made up of three essays, and the second one centers on Rhetorical Analysis. Learn more about its format alongside some tips and tricks to tackle FRQ #2 of the writing section!
Stumped with identifying and explaining rhetorical terms and devices for the AP Lang #2 essay on Rhetorical Analysis? Fear not! We have a glossary of important literary terms for you to understand!
👋🏼 Hi, I'm Stephanie Kirk! I'm an AP English teacher and streamer at Fiveable. This year's exam is different than we expected, but I'm here to help. I've put together this study guide to help keep you on track while you are studying from home. You can follow this...
After all that work, though, what is the payoff? Why would anyone put that kind of work into an old book?
Here are five ways you can succeed on the AP English Language Exam.
Let us be the professionals we are trained to be; give us the freedom to choose the materials and texts we need to teach those standards.
But if a classic is worthy of the label, then it should reach deep into the heart of who we all are as humans, and THE SCARLET LETTER is truly a classic that resonates today.
When I connect with My People at the AP reading, I learn that my struggles at my school are not much different from the struggles of composition teachers anywhere else in the US or around the world. When I read over 1000 essays all answering the same prompt, I learn that 17-year-old kids are 17-year-old kids wherever they may live.