AP Literature

All AP Lit students are required to complete the assignments outlined below for each semester. Due the first day of school semester 1: REQUIRED: Read one novel from the SC young adult book list and complete the novel analysis. (See links below.) OPTIONAL: Reading Challenges - books, poems, and short stories. From now until the AP Lit test in May, you will want to read as much as as you can. The more well read you are, the better you will do on the test and in this course as you will have a better base of knowledge about literature from The Bible to today. Challenge yourself to read as many books/poems/short stories that most commonly appear on the test as you can. For each book you read and complete the AP Lit novel analysis assignment, you will increase a summative score in the grade book. For each poem/short story you read and complete the AP Lit novel analysis assignment (short stories) and poetry analysis worksheet (poems), you will increase a formative score in the grade book.You may only read the books/poems/stories listed for the challenge. (See links below.)


Due Semester 2: REQUIRED: Read The Things They Carried and complete the extended reading worksheet linked below. Chapter one must be read by January 17th. The entire book should be finished by January 27th. REQUIRED: Read through this Vocabulary Packet, and highlight any terms that you do not know or often forget. These terms will become your own personal study guide over the course of the class. Due by January 15th.  
OPTIONAL: Reading Challenges - books, poems, and short stories. From now until the AP Lit test in May, you will want to read as much as as you can. The more well read you are, the better you will do on the test and in this course as you will have a better base of knowledge about literature from The Bible to today. Challenge yourself to read as many books/poems/short stories that most commonly appear on the test as you can. For each book you read and complete the AP Lit novel analysis assignment, you will increase a summative score in the grade book. For each poem/short story you read and complete the AP Lit novel analysis assignment (short stories) and poetry analysis worksheet (poems), you will increase a formative score in the grade book.You may only read the books/poems/stories listed for the challenge. (See links below.)


short story analysis https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YJdkLjIcqBJUAdszU3jvTs8nH5t-DkFAlWm2jBVRcrY/edit?usp=sharing

Novel Analysis https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yOwq-8azxDuTk_eWylVzkk9SC_6qx6cb

Poetry analysis: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LuDcm1OVX28ob75UJJeMW_0Vc5hVCoLyyS5jvkosZ4w

Extra Credit Readings Q3 March 9 and Q4  May 13

Novels: https://docs.google.com/document/d/143Gg2nO6DE_VNH2yHiylv9XjDGF_lMYR5cSyxEcmjmg/edit?usp=sharing

Poems/Short Stories Zhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z4xiD9TavrhtV3TpbKljfGm4LX4-1QOS1L3HwsLumaE/edit?usp=sharing



SC Young Adult Book List
Extended Reading Assignment

***Dates for assessments are estimates and can change per teacher discretion.***

Questions about AP Literature books and assignments should be directed to Mrs. Weaver at alicia.weaver@beaufort.k12.sc.us.

The MRHS media center has multiple copies of The Things They Carried  that may be checked out for the summer.