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Expectations for AP Students

Expectations for AP Students

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Expectations for AP Students

As an AP student, you have self-selected for a course taught at the college
level. This means that you are going to be doing work of a type and
amount comparable to a freshman-level literature survey course. As you
begin this course, please keep the following expectations in mind:

1.

Keep an open mind \u2013 Many of the texts we will study deal with strong themes. You
are not required to agree with everything you read. Remember the words of Robert
Frost: \u201cEducation is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your
temper or your self-confidence.\u201d

2.

Complete work on time, every time \u2013 I do not allow \u201clate\u201d work, nor do I offer a
reduced grade for late assignments. Everything that is not turned in at the
appropriate time receives a zero.

3.

RESPECT THE HONOR CODE \u2013 All AP students are expected to do their work as
responsible individuals unless group work has been specifically permitted or
assigned. Students who copy work from others violate this honor code and may be
recommended for removal to regular classes. Plagiarism is a serious offense within
academia, and your AP teachers take this matter seriously.

4.

Be responsible \u2013 This includes making sure you get the requisite books for in-class
study before you need them, making sure you do all make-up work within seven
days, and making sure you are keeping up with long-range project goals and
assignments. Self-motivation will be absolutely essential to you as you head off to
college next year; take this chance to start working on yours.

5.

Show maturity \u2013 This includes leaving behind juvenile, disruptive, and disrespectful
behavior, as well as being tolerant of ideas and beliefs different from your own. As
seniors, you are at the jumping-off point for the adult world and I expect you to
behave as educated adults.

6.

Leave your attitude at the door \u2013 Your attitude can set the tone for an entire class.
Choose to come to class each day and look for something new you can use, even if
the work at hand is not your personal favorite. No matter what you may think of
your classmates, the content of this class, or me, personally, you will show respect
at all times. Remember that you signed up for this course, and do not sigh, roll your
eyes, groan, or otherwise gripe when assignments are given. The assignment won\u2019t
go away, but my good humor probably will.

7.

Prepare adequately \u2013 If you are given reading questions or a work to study outside
of class, make sure you spend a proper amount of time with it. Some works we will
study are quite challenging and may require you to read them more than once.
Failure to prepare will cause your grade to drop. Trust me.

Waters \u2013 AP Literature and Composition

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