Cliffsnotes ap english language and composition 3rd edition
CliffsAP English Literature and Composition by Allan Casson
AP English: Pacing Your Exam Essays
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Allan Casson, Ph. Jean Eggenschwiler received her undergraduate degree in English from The University of California at Berkeley and attended graduate school at Stanford University, where she studied English and Education. She has taught English literature and composition in secondary schools. A new edition of the trusted bestseller. Read more Read less. Amazon Global Store US International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.
AP English literature and composition 3rd edition. English Literature and Composition by Casson, Allan. This is a paper back book: This item is fairly worn but is functional. The book may be personalized and could contain page markers or stickers. Accessories such as CD's, codes, and dust jackets etc.
Prepare to get the best AP score you can! CliffsNotes' AP English Literature and Composition will provide you with test-taking strategies and tips, a review of the topics covered, and six full-length practice exams. Discover areas where you need to spend more time studying, and review the test format so that there are no surprises on test day. Chapters cover both the multiple-choice section and the essay section. When you've finished reading the review and overview sections and taken the diagnostic mini-exam, get an estimate for how well you'll do with the included full-length practice tests. A new edition of the trusted bestseller.
This organizational time is crucial to producing a high-scoring essay. In the first 10 minutes, you need to follow these steps. Do it efficiently, and you'll know what you want to write and the order in which you'll present your ideas. Read the passage carefully, noting what ideas, evidence, and rhetorical devices are relevant to the specific essay prompt. Organize your body paragraphs, deciding what evidence from the passage you'll include using multiple passages in the synthesis essay or what appropriate examples you'll use from your knowledge of the world. Know what relevant remarks you'll make about the evidence.