AP Literature

AP Literature Class of 2016

 Welcome to AP Literature! Together we will explore classic and modern literature, refine our writing and communication skills, prepare for the AP test in May, and hopefully have a lot of fun in the process!

Course Details:

  • 2016-2017 syllabus AP
  • No RedInk Codes and assignments: (1st= f7fcahae      2nd= 9d948mk9      7th=hh3dkhmc
  • Turnitin Codes by class (password is goodman for all classes)  1st: 13060239      2nd:  13060241      7th: 13060246

Assignment Details:

For assignment details, handouts and homework day by day, visit http://teachers.stjohns.k12.fl.us/goodman-c/assignmentshandouts-2016-2017/

AP Test Particulars Essay Review Materials
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Wow!! Read this!http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/09/education/09guidance-t.html?_r=0

The Things They Carried: Tim O’Brien interviews

AP Credit Policy Info: 

How does your chosen college award credit for AP? The following link provides an alphabetical listing of colleges and their policies.

Great Gatsby--Online Text


Resume/cover letter writing resources

http://career-advice.monster.com/resumes-cover-letters/resume-writing-tips/jobs.aspx (tips for writing impactful resumes)
http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/business/employment/resumania-tailor-your-resume-for-maximum-impact-625601/ (great article on writing awesome resumes)
http://www.rockportinstitute.com/powerwords ( A list of Power Words foryour resume!)
http://college.monster.com/?wt.mc_n=monstertrak (from Monster.com–a leading job hunting website!)
http://jobsearch.about.com/od/resumes/a/resumproof.htm (EXCELLENT CHECKLIST!!)
http://www.resume-resource.com/coverwriting.html Writing a cover letter–lots of links and samples!

Resume templates and samples:

Six Word Memoirs
http://www.smithmag.net/sixwords/ (Main site from Smith Magazine)
http://www.npr.org/programs/totn/features/2008/02/memoir/gallery/index.html (a slideshow from NPR)

~~SAT Vocab Podcasts~~ ClickHERE
Princeton Review Vocab Minute–1 min. songs that help you learn lots of SAT vocabulary in a fun and quick way. The website includes lyrics and a link to the Princeton Review Vocab a Minute podcasts! Check out the archives for years worth of musical fun! (Apparently, an iPhone app exists too!)

Please read: Essay Turnin and Late Acceptance Policy
* Essays are due at the beginning of class when they are due. Papers turned in later than your assigned period will be considered late.
*The late penalty for papers is (or 10 points per day late)–translating to approximately a letter grade.
*I will not print out papers for students or accept papers via email, on CD, pin drive, etc. No exceptions.
*Proper MLA format must be used. If it is not, the paper will be returned to you for corrections and accepted late.
*Papers may be handwritten as long as they are formatted properly and double spaced.
*Word count is required on all essays.

These policies are the result of consistent problems with timeliness, formatting, and responsibility and my desire to be consistent and fair to all students.

Helpful Links/Files for class use (for more, see “English Links” page)

How do I format in MLA?? Click here for nifty Word tips!

College Recommendations
If you are in need of a college recommendation, please be sure that you have completed the survey prior to asking. (I have a packet for students to fill out prior to asking for a recommendation.)
*All envelopes for mailed recommendations must be stamped and addressed.
*Two weeks notice is required!! Please, no last minute requests!

When asking any teacher for a recommendation, consider strongly what you believe that teacher might say about you, your performance/attitude in the class, etc. Not every teacher is the most appropriate to ask.