Intraholiday Meetup

UPDATE: The 27th worked better for everyone at the meeting tonight, so I'm bumping it back one week. Please RSVP as soon as you know your status. We will tentatively have submissions from Walter, John, and Joe.

Dec. 20th would be our regular 3-week schedule. I will tentatively post this. Please sign up with yes or no as soon as you know your status so we can determine if we'll have enough attendance for this one. Thanks!

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  • Carl

    Hello! I was too enthusiastic in cleaning my inbox, so I don't have any messages with the groups email on it. So, I'm posting my info here. When critiquing John's story, the question came up about AP art classes. I learned that yes, they do exist. An AP course is not about taking the test at the end and getting college credit, as I thought. It is possible to take the test and, if you pass it, earn the credit. And you can take the the class but not take the test. The AP course has a very specific syllabus, which must be followed because of the test. I know an English teacher that prefers to teach honors English instead of AP English, because it allows him more freedom to choose what books his class gets to read.

    Here's a page I found about the course:

    Even if you don't use it, the information might be useful in determining what Baxter will need to deal with in the story. When he's not, y'know, dreaming about titans.

    November 30, 2012

    • John S.

      Carl, thanks for the research and follow-up. It looks like it doesn't matter to much whether I make the class AP or Honors.

      December 1, 2012

    • Carl

      Hi John. The only thing I can see that might matter is, if you make it an AP class, would be to know the course plan if you show it in the story, so you get the details right. If you make it an Honors course, you have more flexibility to write what you think is best for the story.

      December 2, 2012

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