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D1-The-Ultimate-Student’s-Guide-to-Preparing-for-the-AP-Spanish-Language-Exam-v2.pdf

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2. Science and Technology. This theme discusses basic aspects of science and its effects on the other themes. 3. Contemporary Life. Here, you must describe your daily life and habits, including events, school, holidays, and using the internet. 4. Personal and Public Identity. This theme describes social and personal roles and interests, like hobbies or jobs. 5. Families and Communities. For this theme, describe the relationships in a family and community and special events that occur throughout the year. This is similar to the Contemporary Life theme. 6. Beauty and Aesthetics. In this theme, you must discuss objects and their qualities, including things like art, beauty and architecture, as well as poetry and literature.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 111 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] What You Need for this Guide The most important resource is access to Albert.io’s AP Spanish Language study guide. This resource provides a large number of multiple choice practice questions and review material so you know what to expect on exam day. The guide is organized by the 6 themes and includes reading comprehension questions for each central theme. Specific sections will be suggested in this study schedule, but try to do as many as you can. A notecard app like Quizlet or physical notecards, whatever works best for you. This will help you review your vocabulary words and any irregular or stem changing verbs you come across during your review. Pen and paper, or better yet a notebook dedicated entirely to practicing multiple choice questions and writing prompts. Include a “Topics to Review” list on the first page with a list of things you are not entirely comfortable with to review over the weeks. Also create a page for each of the themes listed above where you can write topics that fall under each broad theme, and make notes on how they relate to each other. The CollegeBoard AP Spanish Language guide gives information on the specific format and topics covered on the exam, so it’s nice to have as reference. The website also has a host of study resources including all the frqs from the past exams and select multiple choice practice questions. Specific sample questions from this website will be assigned throughout this study guide. A Spanish/English dictionary, either a print book or online . Keep this on your desk as you study for quick and easy reference.
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One-Month AP Spanish Language Study Guide Cont. 112 Interested in an Albert license? E-mail us at [email protected] Optional (but helpful) Materials A source for reading and listening material. A large part of the exam is listening and reading comprehension, so getting as much exposure to the language before the exam will definitely help. Great resources include BBC Mundo and Spanish Listening . Some specific resources will be assigned throughout the schedule, but extra practice will make the listening and reading assignments so much easier on test day.
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