This is an important reminder that your IRP materials are due to me (in my hands only) on December 20, which is the last day of the quarter and semester. I will not be accepting any late materials.
Grades for quarter two are due on Wednesday, January 3. I will not be issuing any incopmpletes unless you have a viable medical excuse that is communicated by your parents to the front office.
Let me state this another way: I will not be accepting any materials for the IRP project after 12:00 Noon on Thursday, December 20. If you only have the project partially completed at
that time, you should turn in what you have for partial credit.
If you would like to turn in your materials to me during the exam period, that is also perfectly acceptable.
Turning in the project
1. You should have all materials printed, stapled, and bull-clipped to turn in to me.
2. You should deposit all files on the X-drive at:
Teacher Folders/Rose/A2-IRP (or A3-IRP)
You must name your five files as follows:
last name-1-EIE essay
last name-3-Passage Analysis
last name-4-AP Exam
last name-5-Analytical Essay
So, if your name is Mark Bugada, for example, your files would be:
Preparing the A.P.-style Exam
Here are some links on this website that may be helpful to you:
A.P. Multiple-Choice Stems -- types of multiple-choice questions you can expect
A.P. Open-Ended Prompts 1970-2012 -- all"open" essay questions from the past 42 years
A.P. Prose Prompts 1970-2012 -- all the prose essay questions from the past 42 years
Sample A.P. English Literature Exam -- this is an actual exam
Note on Answer Keys for A.P.-style Exam
The answer key should provide the answers/responses to all of the questions you compose.
The answers to the 12 passage analysis multiple choice questions must include a brief explanation of why each answer is correct.
The six A.P.-style writing prompts must include responses in the form of a well-crafted paragraph.