AP English Language and Composition

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Research & Education Assoc., 2010 - Study Aids - 282 pages
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Are You Serious About Scoring a 5 on Your Advanced Placement* Exam?
Then You Need REA’s Test Prep for the AP* English Language & Composition Exam - with TestWare CD

REA’s test prep for the AP* English Language & Composition exam gives you everything you need to score a 5! This eighth edition of our popular AP* test prep is completely up-to-date and aligned with the most recent Advanced Placement* English Language & Composition exam.

Written by Advanced Placement* English Language teachers and test experts, our AP* English Language & Composition test prep includes an expanded review of all must-know exam topics, including critical reading and writing, literature commentaries, and more.

Each chapter contains numerous examples, practice questions, and test-taking tips that help you study smarter and boost your AP* score. As an added bonus, a glossary of literary and rhetorical terms is included for additional reference.

Three full-length practice exams are featured both in the book and on CD. Our timed TestWare exams offer automatic scoring and on-screen detailed explanations of answers. The practice tests are composed of every type of question that can be expected on the actual AP* English Language & Composition exam, so you can target your strengths and weaknesses before the test.

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About the author (2010)

Susan Bureau is the English Department Head at Alvirne High School in Hudson, New Hampshire where she has taught AP* English Language and Composition for the past nine years. She has a B.A. in English from The University of New Hampshire.

Stacey A. Kiggins received her B.A. degree in Secondary English Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and her M.A. degree in Initiatives in Educational Transformation, from George Mason University, Virginia. She is the English department chair at Thomas A. Edison High School in Alexandria, Virginia. She has taught a variety of English disciplines, including: Advanced Placement* Language and Composition, International Baccalaureate English, and Speech and Debate. Ms. Kiggins is the coach of a nationally recognized speech and debate team, and was the 2010 Virginia Association of Communications Arts and Sciences Speech Teacher of the Year.

Kristi McGauley is currently in her thirteenth year of teaching English. She joined Mandarin High School in November of 2005. Before arriving at MHS, she taught for seven years in a private school. Ms. McGauley graduated with a B.A. in English from Clearwater Christian College and earned her M.Ed. in Secondary English Education at the University of North Florida. She is chair of the school’s literacy team.

Katherine A. Nesselrode graduated from the University of Tampa with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She was Nationally Board Certified in 2008. She has been teaching English for twenty-two years, currently at Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Florida. She has taught high school English for 17 years and taught middle school English for the first five years of her teaching career. Each year, she tries to challenge her students in a different and hopefully more interesting manner. Her ultimate plan is get her students to grow as thinkers and as writers and especially as readers.

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