The way I use it, is to slip my students in groups (Breakout Rooms) and I assign one literary term to each group. They have a blank slide with the name of the literary resource and the definition. Their task is to find an example from the text, highlight or underline the specific section that demonstrates the use of that term and then explain it to the class (after we come back to the main session).
I think this is one of the best ways to help them analyze and get use to finding things on their own, especially because they will have to do that in such a short amount of time during the test.
I have added my own examples to help you teachers... You will find at least one example for each literary term with the sections underlined and sometimes a brief explanation on the side. You can share this with your students to explain the literary term further or give it to them as an answer sheet.
I hope this helps you and your students practice for the AP Exam.