How many AP English instructors are hubbers?
I would love to read your hubs. I teach AP English and am always looking for new ideas.
That is an interesting question. I don't teach AP English, but I do teach Freshman College English. At my school, students have to get a 4 or 5 on their AP exam to get credit. Probably half of the students in my class did take AP English, but didn't get that high of a score (I think they also have to have a certain SAT score). Our Freshman English is a writing course and not much like their AP coursess in high school, so even though my kids are in AP English, I want them to take my course. I'm hoping to use hubbing in my class and am starting by posting some of my "how to write" instructions online.
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