You've got 99 problems.

Online learning ain't one.

LearnArgument is an online learning experience that prepares students for coursework that's focused on argument (i.e. rhetorical analysis, argument writing, close reading, synthesis).  Students can engage with learning modules at their own pace, while teachers can monitor individual students' progress from a central dashboard.  Whether you'll be teaching in-person, entirely online, or any hybrid of the two, LearnArgument offers the versatility you'll need now more than ever.

If you teach AP Lang, AP Seminar, or any English course that places an emphasis on these skills, this is precisely the thing you've been waiting for.  

Where does LearnArgument pick up the slack?

Without LearnArgument, you'll...
  • Spend hundreds of hours developing online learning materials.
  • Spend even more time trying to account for the skill-building and readiness
  • Try to make up for lost time while building students' foundational understandings of argument, bit by bit.  
  • Struggle to develop meaningful relationships with students in September while juggling the new demands of hybrid and/or online instruction.
  • Start the year grading stacks of essays that don't accurately reflect students' learning, and that are pretty demoralizing for everyone.
With LearnArgument, you'll...
  • Save all that time and stress by utilizing our ready-made materials to engage students online with just one click.
  • Hone in on exactly the skills students need to start the year off strong, and monitor their progress at a glance.
  • Build students' foundations with our multimedia lessons that use popular media as central texts.  (They'll love it.) 
  • Dedicate more time to building meaningful relationships with students while you leverage our resources for instruction at the start of the year.
  • Monitor student progress from your dashboard, and check for certificates of completion when they're done. There's nothing to grade!

Our resources are being used in over 6,000 schools, in over 30 countries, trusted by tens of thousands of educators.

What does LearnArgument look like in action?

Six units comprised of engaging video modules, pop culture analyses, and formative assessments that were designed to foster close reading, rhetorical analysis, and critical thinking skills.

The units were designed to be completed over four to six weeks in order to optimize retention. The modules are self-paced so that ​students can learn at the pace that's right for them.

Formative assessments are baked into the learning process, which culminates with a "certificate of completion."  Nothing for teachers to grade, aside from any optional diagnostic assessments.

We recommend starting the year off with a writing sample (e.g. a released writing prompt from an old AP exam) to better understand your students' new baseline.  Students will start the year stronger than ever before.

Just one more thing...

Paired Texts

Register now to receive free access to Paired Texts: A Virtual Anthology of Popular Texts for Discussion, Analysis, and Synthesis for you and your students.

Paired Texts will appear in the LearnArgument dashboard, and will offer compelling companion pieces (pop songs, embedded music videos, speeches, and more) to supplement and supercharge your existing curriculum.

*This offer is only valid for quotes requested by 11/15/20. 

Select the plan that best meets your needs!

Single Class

The easy and fast way to level-up your entire class.



  • Up to 30 students
  • Full access all course modules
  • Self-paced learning for students
  • Extended access (10 months)
Every Class

Empower your students across an entire grade level, or building!



  • Up to 1000 students
  • Full access all course modules
  • Self-paced learning for students
  • Extended access (10 months)


So how does this work?

It's incredibly simple -- and that's the point!

Just let your students know that they must complete the online learning modules at, and that's that.  You can ask students to do this in parts, or all at once (self-paced).

You'll also be able to monitor students' progress as they engage with the online learning modules.  When students complete the program, they will receive a certificate of completion which can be collected or checked for credit.  

There's nothing to grade, but we do encourage teachers to give an assessment to students at the start of the year to measure their newly honed skills.  To that end, the last two modules of the LearnArgument online course prompt students to compose written analyses of two different text sets.  

When you register as a group, you will have access to a special teacher dashboard that enables you to view the progress your students are making, their scores on quizzes, and their writing submissions!

 To request a quote for a school purchase, click here!

Do I get any reports or analytics?


You'll have access to a special teacher dashboard.  This will enable you to invite students to the program, to monitor their progress as they complete the course, to see their quiz scores, and to view their writing submissions.

That said, it's important to keep in mind that LearnArgument's coursework is designed to teach for mastery, which means that students can take (and retake, and retake) assessments until they demonstrate an understanding of the concepts or skills being taught.  

The certificate that students earn upon finishing of the course is their proof of completion, and can be checked for credit at the start of the school year.

In the final modules of the course, students are informed that the writing they submit won't be "checked" before generating a certificate of completion, but that their teacher may be able to view and score their writing.  (If this is something you intend to do, we encourage you to reinforce this with your students!)

Can I try this before I assign it?


If you're familiar with TeachArgument's teacher resources and lesson plans, then you already have an idea as to what this coursework looks like -- but we recommend trying LearnArgument firsthand so that you know exactly what your students will be experiencing.  

Simply scroll up and click on the green "TRY IT NOW" button to request special access!

Do I have to be a member of TeachArgument to use this?

No, you do not have to be a member of the TeachArgument Community to use LearnArgument -- but, if your school is paying for LearnArgument, you do have the option to bundle the cost of your TeachArgument Community registration.  

Members of the TeachArgument Community have unlimited access to a wealth of resources that make it a piece of cake to continue engaging students in close reading and rhetorical analysis using popular media, pop songs, advertisements, and other compelling mediums as central texts.  (It's really good stuff!)  

You can request to bundle your TeachArgument membership when you request a quote!

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