AP English Language Open House
Want to learn more about Fiveable Courses? Join us for our first ever Fiveable Open House! Each teacher will be hosting a session where you can learn more about who they are, why they teach, and what you can expect to learn from their course this fall. Open Houses are open to everyone—prospective students and parents are welcome to attend!
🎉NMSI AP Reader Chat: English Language
NMSI has partnered with Fiveable to provide NMSI AP Reader Chats to all students and teachers. NMSI AP Readers will be available to answer all your questions about the exams. AP Readers read and score AP exams and so they have the inside scoop on what it takes to get a high score. They’ll share tips, tricks, and test-taking strategies for acing the AP exam. You won’t want to miss this!
Fall Semester Review (2019)
A full review of concepts from September to December.
The October Current Events That You Need to Know
In this live session, we'll review the most important current events from October that you can't forget!
October Article of the Month
Ashly Johnston will lead a discussion on an important article. She will model a rhetorical analysis of the article and then discuss the content's implications in a broad context.
Taking Control of Your Own Academic Growth
Discuss how to take control of your own academic journey.
The September Current Events You Need to Know
In this live session, we'll discuss the must-remember current events of September.
Satire and Fallacies
In this live review, we'll discuss what satire and fallacies are and why they're important in AP Language.
What Is Sophistication?
What does "sophistication" in writing mean and how do you earn the sophistication point on all three essays?
Student Essay Review
In this live review, former AP Lang student Kathryn Howard will reveal essay writing tips and tricks and highlight the most important writing lessons she learned as an AP Lang student.
How to Use the New Rubrics (For Teachers)
How can teachers use the new rubrics to give targeted feedback as their students develop into college-level writers?
The Summer Current Events You Need to Know
In this live session, we'll review the most important current events of the summer!
AP Language Exam Overview
Discover the topics you must know in preparation for the AP Language exam this year.
How to Outline an Essay
Learn how to write the highest scoring AP Language essay in the given time constraints.
In this live session, we'll review all the changes that have been made to the essay rubrics for this upcoming school year and what it means for both students and teachers.
Pre-AP English Language and Composition
Find out everything you need to know about AP English Language and Composition!
Using Sophisticated Diction
How to write with effective and sophisticated diction
Logical Fallacies, Part II
The following logical fallacies are discussed in this session: Red Herring, Tu Quoque Fallacy, Casual Fallacy, Fallacy of Sunk Costs, Appeal to Authority, Equivocation, Appeal to Pity, and Bandwagon Appeal.
Logical Fallacies, Part I
The following logical fallacies are discussed in this session: Ad Hominem, Straw Man, Appeal to Ignorance, False Dilemma, Slippery Slope, Circular Argument, and Hasty Generalization.
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