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AP English Language and Composition




The resources listed below can be used to supplement the instruction of AP English Language and Composition Courses. They are geared to match College Board learning outcomes and test preparation, while also advancing critical thinking with real-world information about important policy issues. English Language and Composition teachers who are not preparing for the AP test may also find the resources useful.

“The AP Program offers two courses in English studies, each designed to provide high school students the opportunity to engage with a typical introductory-level college English curriculum.

The AP English Language and Composition course focuses on the development and revision of evidence-based analytic and argumentative writing and the rhetorical analysis of nonfiction texts. ”

College Board, “AP English Language and Composition,” (accessed July 21, 2016)


2016 Presidential Election 



Alternative Energy

Born Gay 

Cell Phones & Radiation

Churches and Taxes

Climate Change

College Education 

Concealed Carry 

Corporate Tax Rate & Jobs 

Cuba Embargo


Death Penalty 

Drinking Age

Drug Use in Sports

Euthanasia & Physician-Assisted Suicide

Felon Voting

Gay Marriage 

Gold Standard


Gun Control 

Illegal Immigration 

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 

Medical Marijuana


Prescription Drug Ads


Right to Health Care

School Uniforms

Social Networking

Social Security Privatization

Standardized Testing

Tablets v. Textbooks

Teacher Tenure

Under God in the Pledge of Allegiance

US-Iraq War



Video Games & Violence

Voting Machines

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