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AP English Language Syllabus Resource & Lesson Plans

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  • Available Lessons: 98
  • Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course Progress Best Score
Lesson 1 - Cliches, Paradoxes & Equivocations: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 2 - Similes in Literature: Definition and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - Point of View: First, Second & Third Person  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - What is Foreshadowing? - Types, Examples & Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - What is a Metaphor? - Examples, Definition & Types  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - Allusion and Illusion: Definitions and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - Synecdoche vs. Metonymy: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Personification and Apostrophe: Differences & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - Types of Irony: Examples & Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - What Are Literary Motifs? - Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - What is Catharsis? - Definition, Examples & History in Literature and Drama  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Allegory in Literature: History, Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - Consonance, Assonance, and Repetition: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - Understatement & Litotes: Differences, Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Euphemism: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - Symbolism & Imagery in Literature: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - Tone vs. Mood: Interpreting Meaning In Prose  Take Quiz
Lesson 19 - Satire, Parody, or Spoof: Types of Humorous Writing  Take Quiz
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Course Progress Best Score
Lesson 1 - How to Focus Your Essay and Respond to the Essay Prompt  Take Quiz
Lesson 2 - Writing for Your Audience  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - How to Engage Readers by Picking and Developing an Appeal  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - How to Write With Good Diction to Develop Style, Tone & Point-of-View  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - How to Write Well: What Makes Writing Good?  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - How to Write with Idioms or Phrasal Verbs  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - Active and Passive Voice  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - Sentence Clarity: How to Write Clear Sentences  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Sentence Structure: Identify and Avoid 'Mixed Structure' Sentences  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - How to Write Logical Sentences and Avoid Faulty Comparisons  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - How to Structure Sentences in an Essay  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - How to Structure Paragraphs in an Essay  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Varied Sentence Structure in Writing  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - How to Write Better by Improving Your Sentence Structure  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - How to Write a Great Argument  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Using Rhetorical Skills to Write Better Essays  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - How Word Choice and Language Sets the Tone of Your Essay  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - Logos, Ethos and Pathos: 3 Ways to Appeal to an Audience in Essays  Take Quiz
Lesson 19 - How to Use Sources to Write Essays and Evaluate Evidence  Take Quiz
Lesson 20 - Evaluating Reasoning in an Essay or Article  Take Quiz
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Course Progress Best Score
Lesson 1 - What Are Nouns? - Definition, Types & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 2 - What Are Pronouns? - Types, Examples & Definition  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - What Are Personal Pronouns?  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - Action, Linking and Auxiliary Verbs: Definitions, Functions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - Adjective Clause: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - Comparison of Adjectives & Adverbs: Examples, Sentences & Exercises  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - Conjunctions: Coordinating & Correlative  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - How to Identify the Subject of a Sentence  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Parallelism: How to Write and Identify Parallel Sentences  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - Independent & Dependent Clauses: Subordination & Coordination  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - Commas: Correct Usage & Basic Rules  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Comma Usage: Avoid Confusion in Clauses & Contrasting Sentence Parts  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - Punctuation: Using Colons, Semicolons & Periods  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - Verb Tense & Subject-Verb Agreement  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Subject-Verb Agreement: Using Uncommon Singular and Plural Nouns and Pronouns  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - What Are Misplaced Modifiers and Dangling Modifiers?  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - Sentence Agreement: Avoiding Faulty Collective Ownership  Take Quiz

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