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AP Lang | Rhetorical Analysis, Argument, & Research Papers
In this 12-week online course, students will learn how to successfully write three types of essays: rhetorical analysis, argument, and synthesis/research papers.
Beth Hall - AP Lang Teacher
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over 12 weeks
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In this 12-week course, students will learn to write three different types of essays to prepare them for college and the AP Language and Composition exam. Weeks 1-4 Students will learn how to write a rhetorical analysis essay. In week one, students will learn how to identify and analyze rhetorical choices and how to divide a test in sections to understand the writer's line of reasoning. I week two, students will learn how to construct thesis statements and how to embed evidence into their...
Students will learn how to write the three types of essays on the AP Lang exam. This class is designed to supplement students' existing instruction. However, no experience with AP Language is necessary, as this course will review the fundamental skills. While this class is designed to help students prepare for the AP Language exam, students interested in an honors high school English class will also find value in this class.
I have high school English for 7 years, including honors, AP, and concurrent credit classes. I also have a YouTube channel (Coach Hall Writes) where I offer AP Language and college prep tutorials.
While there will not be homework each week, students will write 4 essays during the course. Students will be given in-class time. However, students will need to complete the essays and/or research for homework.
Students will be provided with the passages and prompts. For the final paper, students will be conducting their own research; however, the teacher can recommend free online resources if needed.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be encouraged to share their work in class in order to receive teacher and peer feedback. Additionally, students will be able to receive individualized essay feedback through the Outschool platform.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students will be allowed to choose their own topics for their research paper. The goal is to help students explore an existing topics of interest. If there is a concern with the appropriateness of the topic, the teacher will address this. Please keep in mind that this class is to prepare students for college-level writing, so the research topics will be very open-ended.
Beth Hall - AP Lang TeacherAP Language and Composition Teacher
71 total reviews
211 completed classes
Hello! My name is Coach Hall. I have taught 10-12th grade English (honors, AP Language, and concurrent credit) for the past seven years. Prior to that, I taught English in South Africa for 9 months after earning my MFA in Creative...