Denver AP English Mock Reading: Feb. 20-21, 2020
January 16, 2020
The Mock Reading is a preparatory professional development event for AP teachers that mirrors the College Board’s process for scoring AP exams at the annual College Board Reading. Participating teachers receive practice exams for their AP courses, which students will take prior to the Mock Reading. Teachers bring these completed assessments to the Mock Reading where they are normed by a College Board Leader prior to collaboratively scoring one another’s assessments with student identifiers removed.
|Thursday, February 20, 2020|
Friday, February 21, 2020
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
|Lowry Conference Center|
1016 Akron Way, Building 687
Denver, CO 80230
Teachers leave with an in-depth understanding of the expectations of the exam, knowledge of their students’ current abilities, and individualized feedback to provide to students in advance of the actual AP test. Since its inception, the Mock Reading has been Colorado’s highest-rated AP training.
Which sessions will be offered?
- AP English Language & Composition
Presenters: Ruben Rodriguez & Jen Webb
- AP English Literature & Composition
Presenters: Eric Friesen & Brandon Abdon
- Participants will receive a link to exam(s) after registering from event coordinator
- Participants are responsible for printing their own exams
- Participants can bring a total of 35 completed exams
- Teachers must be present to have their exams scored
- Multiple choice should be scored by teachers – do not bring to reading
Exams We Will Use
|Course||Multiple Choice||Free Response Questions|
|English Lang & Comp||MC Reading: |
2018 passages 1 & 3
CB releasing in March
|English Lit & Comp||2017||2019|
Schools are responsible for printing exams; PDF files will be available through a link shared after you register.
IMPORTANT: ENGLISH LANG
In your exam link, you will receive 25 multiple questions. The remaining 25 questions will be uploaded to the link upon College Board release of multiple choice writing questions in March 2020. There will be no cut scores at the mock reading as they have not been provided by the College Board.
Registration Deadline: February 15, 2020. Sessions are capped at 30 participants per session.