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This was the most active House AP class at SES- I view this as a positive! The teaching plan was not always fully formed but the additional meeting of the class made it so we covered everything we needed to before the AP test. I had an incredibly small class size that emphasized the discussion-based format of the class and made it a much more personalized and engaging experience.
We covered analyzing different types of literature. Reading "The Awakening" with a feminist lens, "Hamlet" to understand old-English, various poems, "Pride and Prejudice" looking at archetypes, as well as "How to Read Literature like a Professor" to further understand literary analyzing techniques.
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Advice for students:
Keep on top of your reading! Falling behind puts you at an incredible disadvantage and seeing as it is work in addition to regular House assignments you won't have any easing off in other classes to catch up.