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Night AP Teaching Unit
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- discuss the techniques Wiesel uses to convey character and character relationships to his audience.
- analyze the importance of literary elements like first person narration, foreshadowing, suspense, and rhetorical questions.
- understand the difference between Night as a memoir versus Night as a piece of fiction.
- respond to multiple choice questions similar to those that will appear on the Advanced Placement in English Literature and Composition exam.
- respond to writing prompts similar to those that will appear on the Advanced Placement in English Literature and Composition exam.
- offer a close reading of Night and support all assertions and interpretations with direct evidence from the text, from authoritative critical knowledge of the genre, or from authoritative criticism of the memoir.
- discuss the dramatic development of the narrative in terms of exposition, conflict, climax, and resolution.
- demonstrate a literal, personal, interpretive, and critical understanding of the text.
- analyze character dialogue to guide interpretation of a character’s thought process.
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You no longer have to choose between "teaching the work" or "teaching to the test." Prestwick House Advanced Placement Teaching Units allow you to do both. Prestwick House AP Teaching Units meet the rigorous demands of the Advanced Placement class, with detailed study guides that focus on the types of literary knowledge students will have to demonstrate on their AP exams. AP Teaching Units feature sharply focused multiple-choice and free-response focusing on those facets of literature that appear on the test each year.