This resource round-up lists various podcasts, websites, books, and other resources for new and emerging ELA teachers.
At the beginning of the school year I was trying to think of a way to make the AP®* Lit standards visible and accessible for my students. Eventually, I turned the questions from the CED into task cards (and naturally, I made them pretty!). These task cards are available in my store here. *AP® is a… Continue reading AP Lit Task Card Lessons and Ideas
It's the end of July and teachers are preparing to move back into their classrooms. A good portion of these teachers are first timers, which could mean several things. Some are bright-eyed twenty-two-year-old grads, eager to step into their first job. Some are new to the teaching field after making a career shift. And others… Continue reading Your Questions Answered: FAQs About Teaching AP Lit
One of the most common questions asked among new and veteran AP®* Lit teachers alike is, "What titles should I teach?" It is not an easy question to answer, as the list of titles listed on the AP® Lit exam numbers over 400 now. Plus there are other considerations, such as length, authorship, genre, diversity,… Continue reading The Hidden Power of the AP Open Question