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AP Literature

Mr. Burke & Ms. Hallabrin

Note here about the wiki, the class, its purpose, its goals, its evolution. Perm to others?

Please note that for the 2012-13 school year, the resources are being revised. All content for the What Is Literature? page is updated for the first unit. Other content will be updated or added as soon as possible.


Course Documents

  1. 2010-11 Course Syllabus
  2. AP Course Contract 
  3. Academic Literacy and Intellectual Profile
  4. Self-Evaluation: College Readiness 
  5. Creating and Maintaining a Blog  (Click here for exemplary blog)
  6. Overview of Notebook, Blog, and Twitter 
  7. Class Discussion Rubric
  8. Reader's Notebook/Blog Rubric 


Supplemental Materials

  1. Writing Resources
  2. Reading Resources 


Course Units

Fall Semester  

  1. Summer Reading
  2. Independent Reading 
  3. Unit 1: What IS "Literature"?
  4. Unit 2: Oedipus and Antigone: Tragedy as Revelation
  5. Unit 3: Sonnet Fest 
  6. Unit 4: Hamlet: The Performance of Self
  7. Unit 5: Frankenstein: The Creator's Obligation
  8. Unit 6: Metamorphosis: The Creation's Obligation
  9. Unit 7: Siddhartha: Big Question TBD
  10. Winter Break Project: Life Study 





“The Wanderer” from 1818 by Caspar David Friedrich


Spring Semester 

  1. Independent Reading 
  2. Heart of Darkness
  3. Existentialism
  4. Crime and Punishment 
  5. Inquiry Project 


"The Scream," from 1893 by Edvard Munch



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