• This is a centralized spot for information for Dr. Plocher's AP Literature classes. It is not a substitute for Google Classroom, Remind, or checking your email. 

    AP Literature and Composition builds on the analytical skills students have developed and encourages them to apply those skills to literary works in meaningful ways. The course features intense reading and writing, but also intense conversation and analysis of literary texts. The goal of the course is not merely to read and to write, but to read and to write well. Students and parents should know assignments for the school year are both strenuous and strict and have been selected on educational merit and from AP College Board recommendations. Students will be eligible to take the AP Literature and Composition exam in May. Students receiving a score of 3 or higher will receive college credit at state universities in Texas. Requirements to receive credit vary among private institutions.

    Google classroom is our primary tool for delivering resources and assignments. Course codes for each section are in the syllabus. Please join the correct class, and if you transfer to a different section, please switch to the new section. (This makes tracking your grades and attendance much easier for everybody.)

    We use TurnItIn for many assignments. TurnItIn's basic function is to detect similarity and alert students and teachers to plagiarism, but it has other resources, too! Assignments submitted to TurnItIn will get feedback in TurnItIn. You can (and should) go in and check past assignments to see why you earned the score you did. 

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