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The course will explore rhetoric as a way for our students to become “citizen orators,” understanding the powerful role of language in our world. Special emphasis is given to fostering independent reading skills. Teachers will become familiar with strategies and processes that will lead their students to success with argumentation, synthesis, rhetorical analysis, and the multiple choice exam. These strategies will enable teachers to provide “equitable access” to all “willing and academically prepared students” who wish to participate in AP® courses.
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*Independent Reading Strategies, Strategies for Student Participation, Questioning Strategies
*Multiple Choice Question Types, Ideas for Curriculum Embedding, MC Strategies, Vocabulary Notebook
*The Appeals, The 2017 Q#2 Essay, Holistic Scoring, Process Methods, Evaluation Strategies, Ideas for Developing Skills, Logical Fallacies.
*Satire Analysis Method, Introductory Satires, Embedded Satire Analysis, Novel Unit
*Argumentation: Holistic Scoring of Student Samples, Addressing the Prompts, Organization, Issues, Building Evidence, Reasoning, Assessment and Revision Strategies
*Process Assignments for Synthesis, Visual Argument, Reading the Sources, Research Projects/Fake News
*Syntax: Mimetic Theory, Clause/Phrase Structure & Punctuation, Syntax-Language Control, Syntax-Style
*Handling the Grading, Assessment Strategies, Rubrics, Planning Strategies