These tips and strategies can help you avoid overload, maintain relationships, and ultimately succeed when converting to online teaching.
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
As you may have heard, the AP®* English Literature course is getting a bit of a redesign this summer, becoming effective in Fall of 2019. For the full report released by the College Board, click here. For the remix version, keep reading! *AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About the New AP Lit Guidelines