Language and Composition, The Art of Voice (Muller), AP* Edition
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The robust AP Teacher Manual is tightly integrated with the Student Edition and offers lesson plans and strategies for teaching close reading and writing skills. It also provides well-considered approaches for teaching individual essays, sample rhetorical analyses, answers to questions, additional thought-provoking questions, comparative essay discussion formats, and tips for prewriting and guided writing activities.
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Muller, English Language & Composition, 2014, 1e, Teacher Manual
Muller, Language & Composition: The Art of Voice, 2014 1e, (AP Edition) Student Edition
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PART 1: CLOSE READING AND WRITING SKILLS
- CHAPTER 1 Active Reading and Response in Texts
- CHAPTER 2 The Writing Process
- CHAPTER 3 Argumentation and Synthesis
- CHAPTER 4 Writing a Research Paper
PART 2: ISSUES ACROSS THE DISCIPLINES
- CHAPTER 5 Education and Society: How, What, and Why Do We Learn?
- CHAPTER 6 Family Life and Gender Roles: How Do We Become Who We Are?
- CHAPTER 7 History, Culture, and Civilization: Are We Citizens of the World?
- CHAPTER 8 Government, Politics, & Social Justice: How Do We Decide What Is Fair?
- CHAPTER 9 Media, Sports, and Pop Culture: What Is the Message?
- CHAPTER 10 Literature and the Arts: Why Do They Matter?
- CHAPTER 11 Nature and the Environment: How Do We Relate to the Natural World?
PART 3: AP FAVORITES
- Maya Angelou, Graduation
- Judy Brady, I Want a Wife
- Joan Didion, Marrying Absurd
- Jonathan Edwards, Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
- Queen Elizabeth, The Golden Speech
- Ralph Waldo Emerson, Education
- Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance
- Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan
- John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address
- Martin Luther King, JR., Letter from Birmingham Jail
- Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address
- Nicolo Machiavelli, The Prince
- Nancy Mairs, On Being a Cripple
- Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried
- George Orwell, Politics and the English Language
- George Orwell, Shooting an Elephant
- Plato, Allegory of the Cave
- David Sedaris, Me Talk Pretty One Day
- Brent Staples, Black Men and Public Spaces
- Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal
- Henry David Thoreau, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience
- Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest
- Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own