A veteran of 40 years teaching public high school students, Michael (Jerome) Evans, NBCT, has served as an AP Consultant since 2004 and has read both AP® Literature and AP® Language exams for 16 years. He has presented workshops at AP Summer Institutes at UT Permian Basin, Phoenix and Tucson, Tulane University, the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, the University of Oklahoma, sessions at AP® National Conferences, as well as 1 and 2-Day AP® Workshops in Bogota, Colombia, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and North Carolina. He became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2011.
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This workshop for new and experienced teachers will review materials, course outlines, content-related handouts, student samples, and scoring guidelines (including the new analytical scoring guide) that focus on pedagogical techniques and content-specific strategies that you can use in the classroom. And we will gain an overview of the new AP Literature & Composition Course Framework.

After attending this workshop, you will be able to:
    Align instruction with the goals of the AP English Literature and Composition course.
    Identify the skills and knowledge that the exam will assess, and identify the tasks and materials for     which students might need more preparation.
    Draft a syllabus that meets the curricular requirements for the course.
    Make equitable access a guiding principle in designing instruction.

Please bring:
    your summer reading text (if you use one)
    read and bring Tom Stoppard’s play Arcadia 
    materials on which you’ve been working for your course
    a brief lesson you can share with the group
    images you can use to create a visual representation of an episode or a character from your summer     reading (or other work)

​AP® English Literature & Composition