Testing, Testing, 1-2-3

Testing, Testing, 1-2-3

Author: Beth Barsness

Students will be able to apply their knowledge of literary interpretation and analysis by practicing sample questions from the AP Literature exam.

The general goal of this lesson is to help students increase their knowledge of literary vocabulary and how to apply those terms to literature.  In addition, this lesson helps reduce student test anxiety for the multiple choice section of the AP Literature (AP LIT) exam. 

Length of time needed: 2-3 class periods (45 minutes each)

This lesson was written by Derek Anderson.

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Lesson Plan

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Source: Derek Anderson

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Lesson Plan (Word document)

Past AP Literature Exam (from College Board website)

Source: Derek Anderson