This course is designated for motivated students with a command of standard English, an interest in exploring and analyzing challenging classical and contemporary literature, and a desire to analyze and interpret dominant literary genres and themes. The AP Literature Course is typically offered to high school seniors. It is frequently offered the year after students take the other AP English course, AP English Language and Composition.
1. All comments will be appropriate for public use. Profanities, name-calling, or rude remarks will not be tolerated. 2. Posts to the community and the responses to them are all moderated and will only be approved and posted after your teacher has viewed them. 3. Inappropriate remarks, pictures, or links will not be allowed. Attempt to do so will be dealt with in person with the student and school officials. 4. Icons chosen by the student must be appropriate for school conduct. 5. Students are asked to respond to each entry for credit towards their grade. 6. Students are asked to respond to others’ comments for discussion. 7. Students are encouraged to follow other livejournal communities that are appropriate for school. 8. All student usernames must be appropriate.
Blogging is a great way for students and teachers to connect. By using blogs, the teacher has the opportunity introduce students to a new media. On many circumstances, students will be careful what they write and say in classroom for fear of ridicule of their classmates. By using blogging's anonymousity, students are more likely to be open about their lives and personal issues. Livejournal's tools are also great for organization and seeing how a student has grown over the semester. A teacher can use blogging to keep all the many things that are discussed in class in order.