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Professional Development Workshops: English

AP® Workshops

Course-specific workshops provide educators with the best tools and techniques for teaching AP. Participants learn concrete strategies for aligning their instruction with the goals of each course — by reviewing course outlines, content-related resources, student exam samples, and scoring guidelines.

AP English Language and Composition | Dates and Locations

AP English Literature and Composition | Dates and Locations

A Day with an English Literature and Composition Reader | Dates and Locations

Pre-AP® Workshops

Pre-AP workshops focus on learning pedagogical techniques and content-specific strategies that can be incorporated in the classroom.

Pre-AP Strategies: AP English Vertical Teams | Dates and Locations
Learn to align curriculum across grade levels by building and strengthening an AP Vertical Team.

Pre-AP Strategies in English — Beyond Acronyms: Inquiry-Based Close Reading | Dates and Locations
Learn how to help students develop inquiry-based practices through close reading.

Pre-AP Strategies in English: Composition | Dates and Locations
Learn tools to help you teach writing on demand, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Pre-AP: Strategies in English — Differentiated Instruction in Middle School Language Arts | Dates and Locations
Middle school teaches will learn how to develop differentiated classroom strategies for Language Arts.

Pre-AP: Strategies in English — The Five-S Strategy for Passage Analysis | Dates and Locations
Learn strategies for analyzing a passage by focusing on speaker, situation, key sentences, shifts, and syntax.

Pre-AP: Strategies in English — Rhetoric | Dates and Locations
Learn how to teach important rhetorical principles that will help students become proficient writers and readers.

Pre AP: Strategies in English – Writing Tactics Using SOAPSTone | Dates and Locations
Learn to help students gain the skills of successful writers through the use of SOAPSTone (identifying speaker, occasion, audience, purpose, subject, and tone).

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