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Click to view contentWhile many teachers are finding themselves suddenly thrust into utilizing ebooks in their courses due to  COVID-19-related school closings, there are many research-supported benefits of e-books in online learning including increasing access (e.g. more readings, multimedia and portable resources),1 enabling remote access, and optimizing reading… (Show more)
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Francine King
Where is the beginner's guide to online teaching webinar?
Sydney Browne
Click to view contentBFW Self-Guided Course Tours are designed with your schedule in mind - they're on-demand, self-paced, and provide you with everything you need to know to get started using BFW materials successfully in your classroom. Each course contains short videos that review the AP Exam (where applicable), the student edition, and teacher resources. The…
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Join Drs. David Myers, Nathan DeWall, and Elizabeth Hammer for an engaging webinar as they discuss the new 2019-2020 Course and Exam Description for AP® Psychology, including what’s in, what’s out, and how the Myers books will meet these needs. Every participant will leave with the new handouts and materials below. Distributions for Unit II,…
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AP® Correlations - Correlated to previous CEDs; 2019 Correlations coming soon!   AP® Updates main site   Video intro to the new framework and support resources   Unit-based pacing guide
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https://go.bfwpub.com/rs/122-CFG-317/images/EN.Language.FILE-PDF.%5B2019 CED Updates Flyer%5D.pdfLetter from BFW addressing the updates   AP® Correlations - Correlated to previous CEDs; 2019 Correlations coming soon!   AP® Updates main site   Video intro to the new framework and support resources Unit-based pacing guide New multiple-choice… (Show more)
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Katie Juul
For rhetorical analysis thesis statements, I have always taught the students to hash out the author's main assertion. For those who are able, I have also instructed them to include a counterargument and call to action. I have specifically told them not to list or discuss rhetorical devices in the thesis. Instead, I have had them use the rhetorical… (Show more)
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